Caveman Cuisine: Caveman Eggs
The earliest stone tools were thought to have been created so our ancestors could crack open bones for their marrow. Eggs too would have been gathered and eaten whenever possible. So, I thought why not cook eggs in bone marrow? The result was a deep earthiness that spoke to my archaic soul. I imagine a family gathered around a communal fire, dividing up the days hunt and harvest, eating with their hands and sharing stories of the past.
1 cooked marrow bone (Learn how to prepare marrow bones here)
Fresh black pepper and sea salt
Scoop the marrow from the bone. Add to a small frying pan, and melt over medium heat. Add eggs and cover. When the eggs are mostly set, flip them and allow to cook for a few more seconds. Remove the eggs and enjoy.