Today's Subject: Sapporo Ichiban "Original Flavor" Soup (89 cents [how do you make a "cents" sign on the computer anyway?])
Hmmm, what's this: "3. Try adding an egg..." Try? TRY? Like you think I wouldn't be able to? I'll show you trying to add an egg!
I'm going to add a soft-boiled egg in you, ramen. That's what I'll do.
Boiled for approximately exactly 5 minutes 10 seconds, cooled, then peeled underwater, here sits my first soft-boiled egg. If everything went right what this will have a totally runny yolk.
I could not help it, I had to make an incision before introducing it to the soup. Looks like I may have pulled it off.
Blammo! Yep, I did it. I soft boiled an egg and I put it in my soup! Ha! Look how much I'm learning as a non-worker!
The ramen, itself: Very nice. I like the taste of original. I think I'm more likely to pick up a grip of these Sapporos than whatever it was I had yesterday. (See, I can't even remember its name this ramen was so perfectly acceptable)
Something else I want you to know. It regards breakfast.
When I was working every morning I had a carton of orange juice and a Clif Bar, but Clif Bars eventually began to compete with Balance Bare bars. I have not abandoned this routine, but local markets offer a far wider variety of Balance Bare bars than my cafeteria ever did.
I'm so down with starting my day in such a nice salty-peanut butter way.