In a deep skillet fill three fourths with water. Add ¼ cup of white vinegar and bring to a boil. Once the water is boiling, reduce heat to stop the boil. This is when you need to poach the eggs. While your egg is poaching, lightly toast your English muffin and place on a plate. In a second skillet sear your ham about 30 seconds on each side with a little butter. Place the ham on top of the muffin. Next take your poached egg out of the water, drain with a slotted spoon, and place on top. Cover with Hollandaise Sauce. (For this morning's recipe I used packaged sauce. The link to the left is for a recipe if you want to make it on your own.)
Garnish with strawberries and chives.
The Gregg County Sheriff’s Department and a Gregg County Game Warden pulled a stolen car out of the Sabine River. It happened at the Highway 42 Bridge and took several hours to recover.More >>
McDonald's mishap was Twitter users gain Friday when the fast food giant flubbed a Black Friday tweet.More >>
Deputies with the Angelina County Sheriff’s Office have arrested a suspect in a Huntington-Area fire that damaged two homes Thursday evening.More >>
Authorities captured the man accused of shooting and killing a Texas state trooper in Freestone County late Thursday evening.More >>
An investigation is ongoing in the disappearance of a 38-year-old woman who was last seen in the Center area.More >>