Believe it or not, all this food was “down the hatch” in record time. I’m guessing that fighting cancer’s invasiveness takes a lot of nutrition, so a rather large volume of food is consumed at the place at the table next to mine. The white bowl is filled with strawberries and blackberries, covered in homemade yogurt, and a river of pure maple syrup. I heard him winding up his silverware, then the whir of the utensils filled the room. Soon everything was gone. ;->
Shown above is Egg #1. It was poached in the usual way in a pan of water. I had greased up the pan with coconut oil, and fortified with a splash of vinegar to hold the white together. This works really well.
BUT – upon spying my English muffin forms in a drawer, I thought – “Hey, why not?”. I always eat two poached eggs, so this might prove a useful way to keep them together. I was right! Here is how my two-egg portion came out.