Rib Steak and Eggs

Steak and eggs for breakfast reminds me of all night diners in the wee hours of the morning.  They don’t have those in France.  Bummer.  Somebody should open up a breakfast restaurant here, not chain.  Or build a 5 star Sheraton on the outskirts of Sens that serves Sunday brunch, with champagne and the odd necessities.  There’s one in Ethiopia.  Rambling.  My husband’s coming on Monday!

Steak and Eggs

1 rib steak

1 egg

1 piece of country bread, toasted


Fry the steak to taste in butter, plate with the toast and set aside, keeping warm. Fry the egg in a clean skillet with butter and put on top of the toast.

Don’t eat lunch.

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15 Responses to Rib Steak and Eggs

  1. Good breakfast, but Ethiopia might be bridge too far for me:-)

  2. carolbean says:

    just want to quickly say i love your photos (like, a LOT), your wonderfully dry writing style and your brief but informative recipes. you are a total inspiration! keep ’em coming!

  3. What a pretty wee hours meal!

  4. Oh and I have some leftover steak. Thanks for the idea.

  5. Anastasia says:

    cholesterol + more cholesterol = crazy delicious!

  6. This looks delicious! I am in love with the pictures on your blog!

  7. Sometimes the simplest foods are best, and it’s almost impossible to top a simply cooked plate of steak and eggs. That’s a gorgeous picture.

  8. Ooooh! Steak and eggs is the best. It’s kind of crazy to think that there is a 5-star Sheraton in Ethiopia. The disparity of wealth is always so glaring in developing countries . . .

  9. Lannie says:

    omg…. sounds like my kind of breakfast. divine!

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