Date: February 7, 2017


Zion Eggs


  • 4 large eggs
  • 1 tablespoon miracle whip
  • 3 tablespoons mashed avocado
  • ¼ teaspoon yellow mustard
  • 1 teaspoon sweet del monte relish
  • 1 teaspoon chopped cilantro
  • Chefism ® Heated Fusion
  • lemon pepper
  • 8 raw tail-on shrimp
  • chives


  1. Place your eggs gently in a pot.  Fill the pot with cold water just enough to cover the eggs. Add a dash of kosher salt.
  2. Turn your flame on HIGH and start your clock AFTER the water starts to boil. Boil the eggs for 11-13 minutes. Remove from flame and run COLD water on your eggs until they are cool enough to touch. Then crack the eggs softly against the pot to break the shell, but try not to damage the egg itself. Presentation is the key with Zion Eggs.
  3. After the shell is cracked, allow the eggs to sit in the cool water for an additional 7 minutes. This trick will aid in removing the shell effortlessly.
  4. Peel the shell off each egg gently. Be careful with your babies – caress them with love and adoration.
  5. Place each egg on a paper towel to dry.
  6. Slice each egg in half at a 90-degree slant. This will help keep the eggs standing upright without tipping over.
  7. Take the yolks and place them all in a bowl. Place all egg bottoms in a quick ice bath to remove any left-over yolk pieces, this also helps keep the eggs cold.
  8. Mix your yolk with miracle whip, mashed avocado, mustard, sweet relish, and cilantro and LESS than 1 teaspoon of Chefism ® Heated Fusion (add a little and taste as you go); add a dash of kosher salt. Place mixture in a piping bag or if you don’t have one fill a plastic zip lock bag and cut the tip.
  9. Take each egg white bottom and roll it in Chefism ® Heated Fusion. I like to always make sure each part of the food holds flavor. Place on platter when done.
  10. Pipe the yolk filling into the egg white bottoms. Just take a second – look at the babies you’ve created. Cover them and place in the fridge.
  11. Fire up the skillet for your shrimp using 1-2 tablespoons of coconut oil.  Season the shrimp after you peel them with tail OFF and dry them. Butterfly the shrimp simply by cutting the back of them. Season one side with lemon pepper and the other with Chefism ® Heated Fusion. On high flame, sear the shrimp on all sides (2-3 minutes), then throw a cube of butter in your skillet. Melt it!!! You’re going to want to SLAP YO MAMA –I’m going to slap mine twice for coming up with this recipe!
  12. Set the shrimp aside to cool.  After they cool, place the shrimp on top of the Zion Egg.
  13. Garnish the Eggs to your liking.

Chefism Bonus: I garnish my Zion Eggs with minced green bell peppers, minced celery and minced serrano peppers. This mixture resembles Caviar. I then sprinkle chives and dusk the the top with Hungarian Paprika.


There once lived a bird all things beautiful, immortal and rare
Black patches tattooed around the eyes
Claws black as night and a body pure as white.
A bird of darkness, a bird of light.

Bound to a cage waiting for you to engage.
Her mind was light years ahead of yours

Her mind stretched far passed Zion
Limitless power to unlock soul passwords

Everyone reached for her
Touching her was writing standards on a never-ending page

Staring through her, they missed the real her
Leaving her emotions transparent, her body veiled

Losing that one person who unlocked her steel cage
Thanksgiving wasn’t the same without her burning sage

Different roads unleashed a monster who birthed nothing but rage
Sipping Jameson and pickle juice until her face came off – Nicholas Cage
Soaring to the sky exhaling every rampage

Counting up her values & self worth
Dipped in honey love crept in packaged in mirth
Soon came a rebirth

God gave her fuel, a new tank to gauge
The story is not ending, only a new page