Sheltons Organic Turkey

if I empty out all the unimportant stuff here, maybe there'll be more room in my head for important things

name: shelton brett
location: western u.s.

Wednesday, May 18, 2005

a chicken and egg problem

Except that literally, this time, it's a chicken and egg problem. The question being: why doesn't chicken taste more like egg? Or perhaps the question should be: why doesn't egg taste more like chicken? I mean, shouldn't egg salad taste similar to chicken salad (and vice-versa)?

Along those lines, shouldn't the same things taste good on both? So, shouldn't we be rolling eggs around in Shake-n-Bake before we fry them? People use Tobasco and salsa with eggs, sometimes, but it's not really the same kind of buffalo sauce they use on hot wings. And why don't we drink white wine with eggs like we do with chicken? We eat sausage or bacon with eggs, but not with chicken. That would be "two kinds of meat." So why aren't eggs considered meat?

which came first no one
can say, let's fire the grill and
barbeque some eggs