The Wind Attack stopped in Portland for a few days on a voyage up the West Coast from Los Angeles. On his way up, he scored a $40 ostrich egg from OstrichLand USA in Solvang so we decided to cook it for the Greek Feaster dinner party. The egg shell then traveled up to Seattle to become a fascinator.
I cooked up my first ostrich egg last summer, preparing it scrambled, and making several fritattas from one egg, but we had other ideas how to prepare this particular dino egg - contemplating a soufflé and deviled egg. We couldn't decide. Finally, we waited until the guests came and went for the last ditch effort bold-move sunny side up method. It went something like this:
I only know how to use tools for cracking eggs plus Andy has good aim so this part was all smiles.
You can find real footage of the cracking here.
|Mild coronaries pouring egg out of shell|