"My brother is too kind. He was eminent when my eminence was only imminent." -Niles Crane
Question #93364 posted on 10/21/2020 8:10 a.m.
Q:

Dear 100 Hour Board,

You know the breakfast dish where you cut a hole in a piece of break, put it in a frying pan, crack an egg in the hole, and fry them both? What do you, personally, call that thing? And did you actually eat it as a kid? What about as an adult?

-I call it this

A:

Dear "An egg in the hole is worth two in the carton",

When I saw it, my mind went to "bullseye eggs", although I have never eaten it. I think I've heard people call it that, and most of the names it's called make sense to me. Also, who knew it had so many names?

-Spooklings

A:

Dear person,

Toad in the hole. I had it as an adult when I was a missionary, I saw another missionary (from the Midwest) make it.

Suerte,

--Ardilla Feroz

A:

Dear friend,

I also call it egg in a hole. And I maybe had it once or twice as a kid. I forgot it existed until quarantine, when I discovered that you can use it as one of the pieces of bread for a sandwich, and then fill the sandwich with tomatoes and basil and mozzarella, and it's the most incredible thing. A little messy, but so worth it.

Best,

Josefina

A:

Dear Aziraphale,

I call it egg in a hole, and I never had this growing up. I think one of my college roommates introduced me to this food, and because they called it egg in a hole that's what I call it.

~Anathema

A:

Dear you,

I call it yummy. 

But what do you do with that circle of bread you pulled out?

-Sunday Night Banter