Chairman’s Blog – Meeting Thursday 15th November 2012
Relatively low turn out this week with 23 members and 1 guest, Richard Everett, a Contract Carpet Cleaner.
The highlight for breakfast was the beautifully soft scrambled egg. Whilst eating this exquisite delicacy I discovered a method of testing for softness (or otherwise) without tasting or even pushing a fork through it. It involves dropping a mushroom into the pile of egg from a height of about 3 inches. If the mushroom bounces or rolls off the egg is firm to hard. If it drops into the mixture with a satisfying plop….and stays there it becomes one of those tantalising breakfast pleasures that so frequently escapes me. Are you “hard eggers” sufficiently stung to respond? Talking of eggs – don’t forget your nominations for “Good Egg of the Month” as requested by Howard Bullock.