Eggs For Moose – Ivey’s In My Kitchen
“I have a friend, her name is Moose. Technically now, it’s Mimi. But back in the day, when I was a 13 yr old juvenille delinquent hanging out at REC, when I met her, her name was Moose. Now names can be deceiving, as in this case. Moose, in reality, is a feminine, attractive, petite, fairy of a girl, with a big mouth and an even bigger heart. She can whip your @$$ at Spades – which is usually why I try to get her as my partner – and when you’re feeling low, she can make you smile in no time. I have a very warm spot for her, can you tell? One of the things I love most about Moose is that she’s a wonderful Mother, the other is that her taste in food is a lot like mine. We love many of the same dishes and entertain ourselves and eachother talking about food. Since food is my lifes’ passion and work, we talk about it a great deal, as you might imagine. When my and Vicky’s ‘girls’ started laying their first eggs, we went absolutely crazy. Seriously, we treated each egg as if it were a precious gem. Each egg had to be cooked in a particular way to show off its special deliciousness. Believe me when I tell you, there was less discusion over the Cuban missle crisis. The first day we fried one in butter and hardboiled the other. Simply delicious! We got two again the next day and decided we would split them and cook them seperately. Vicky had her egg…”
CLICK HERE to continue reading this article (you will need Adobe Acrobat to view the article)
You can find this article and more in the latest issue of Boating on the Hudson Magazine! Pick up a FREE copy at your local Marina, favorite waterfront location or view them online HERE. Not sure where you can pick up a copy? Not close to the Hudson River? Want to have the magazine delivered right to your door? Feel free to email us, firstname.lastname@example.org!