This was a worknight dinner when I was too harried to do much. But I had farm fresh eggs (Cherry Grove), excellent spicy Neapolitan (or “Napoletano”) salami from Salumeria Biellese (they sometimes sell their products at local Slow Food events), and a jar of very simple marinara sauce. (I could have just used plain canned tomatoes, too.)
I cubed some salami and sautéed it briefly in a skillet with a splash of olive oil. I poured in some marinara sauce and as soon as it started to simmer, plopped two eggs into the sauce to poach, and covered it over low heat.
While that simmered gently for about 5 minutes, I toasted a thick slice of country bread (from Blue Rooster Bakery in Cranbury) and had that waiting in the bottom of my bowl (which I splurged on years ago in a French ceramics shop in Old Montreal). When the egg whites were just opaque, I slid the skilletfull over the bread and sprinkled on a little Parmesan. It was delicious, but I never even thought to take the picture until I was nearly through!