Normally, I use A1 sauce on my eggs. It's weird, but I like the savory kick it has.
I'm all out of A1, and my backup is usually ketchup, Worcestershire sauce, and garlic seasoning, but today I decided to tweak that a little.
Since its the being of summer, I've been craving a good crab feast, that means Old Bay.
Trust me when I say that Old Bay is good on everything; French fries, popcorn, tuna salad, any and all seafood, chicken, corn, pizza... Even icecream. Yup, icecream, and I'd recommend sprinkling Old Bay on vanilla.
But that's another topic.
Today I decided to make a Maryland style egg scramble with ingredients I had on hand: corn, bacon, cheese, and Old Bay in my egg sauce, instead of garlic. It was glorious. If I had crab, that would have gone in t tooo, and I'm sure that would make for a special breakfast.
Crabbing was a summer ritual growing up, and marked the end of the school year for my sister and me. I do miss living close to the water, where if you could get your hands on some chicken necks, string, and some patience, you could snag fresh crab. I'll have some crabs sometime soon, its high on my summertime to do list.
In the meantime, I'll continue to put Old Bay on just about everything I eat.