Tuesday, February 2, 2010

The next day...

Many foods are almost always better the next day, with some exceptions.  Scrambled eggs, for example, should not be reheated; they will never be anything but yellow rubber.  There is no way to return a scrambled egg back to warm, buttery deliciousness after it has turned cold.   French Fries, golden, crispy, salty bites of happiness made wonderful by simply heating them in oil and topping with salt, shouldn't be re-heated from a cold state--ever--in my opinion.   Then we return to just about everything else, the foods that once cold undergo some magic.  Maybe it's refrigerator fairies or just simply time in a cold dark box, whatever it is, food is almost always better the next day. 
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