I hollow out a tomato and fill it with beaten egg, onion, garlic, and ham. Once the filling sets, I melt cheese over the top. If the tomato is too ripe (as shown) the structural integrity of the tomato will be too weak. Thus it is necessary to remove the tomato from the oven and wet it as needed (causing it to cook in time with the egg) or the tomato’s hull will break and egg will be sucked out into the vacuum of space. I’ve been watching too much Star Trek.
In short, I baked an egg inside a tomato. What did you do today?