Magic Buns Day 2: Fried Egg

When the ingredients are good, the preparation should be simple. World’s best bun, toasted with Shatto butter, gets fried Campo Lindo egg. So good I made it twice.

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5 Responses to “Magic Buns Day 2: Fried Egg”

  1. May 31, 2012 at 11:18 am #

    You can’t go wrong with any combination of those ingredients. THIS IS THE TRIFECTA OF KC GLORY!

  2. May 31, 2012 at 12:41 pm #

    We recently made a similar sandwich–Farm to Market egg bun, fresh organic eggs and cheese with organic mayo–at the Brookside Farmer’s Market and called it Sunshine on a Bun. It was delicious too.

  3. paulasayles
    May 31, 2012 at 12:46 pm #

    We recently made a similar sandwich–fresh organic eggs and cheese on a Farm to Market egg bun with organic mayo–at the Brookside Farmer’s Market and called it “Sunshine on a Bun.” It was delicious too. We will try the brioche and some Campo Lindo eggs next time. If we put it on the menu, we will call it “The Magic Jeff,” in order to give credit where credit is due. (Smokin’ Fresh Streetside BBQ)

    • Jeff Akin
      June 6, 2012 at 5:30 pm #

      Paula, let me know if “The Magic Jeff” ever becomes reality. I’ll be all over that.

      • July 20, 2012 at 5:00 pm #

        Jeff, tomorrow morning at the Brookside Farmer’s Market, we will have your namesake sandwich on the menu. A limited number of Magic Jeff’s will be available. The sandwich is two organic eggs (Green Gate Farms is a market vendor) fried over medium, served on a Farm to Market brioche bun (sans seeds) with shatto butter. Those who order will have the opportunity to “make it golden” by adding cheese. If it is popular, we may add an option in the future to “make it perfect” by adding bacon. If you come out and introduce yourself, I will gift you one. Thanks for the inspiration!

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