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    Default How Do You Take Your Eggs?

    I like mine scrambled. Nice and fluffy. Topped with a bit of shredded cheese.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LexInVA View Post
    I like mine scrambled. Nice and fluffy. Topped with a bit of shredded cheese.
    are you testing your questions for e-Harmony?
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    Personally, I think the moderate use of shock collars in training humans should be allowed.


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    I'm fairly sure eHarmony doesn't cover breakfast.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LexInVA View Post
    I like mine scrambled. Nice and fluffy. Topped with a bit of shredded cheese.
    Quote Originally Posted by Alagirl View Post
    are you testing your questions for e-Harmony?
    Yeah, I'm wondering if it's something like that-- especially with your post about what you like to do on a date, Lex!
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    Unfertilized, please .

    If we're talking about breakfast though I like mine scrambled or fried. Hard boiled eggs are a delicious healthy snack throughout the day
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    This is the Off-Topic forum. I can talk about eggs, dates, cookies, rootbeer, or any other subject that I feel warrants discussion, thank you very much!
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    Scrambled with muenster cheese.
    "We can judge the heart of a man by his treatment of animals." ~Immanuel Kant


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    Quote Originally Posted by LexInVA View Post
    This is the Off-Topic forum. I can talk about eggs, dates, cookies, rootbeer, or any other subject that I feel warrants discussion, thank you very much!
    Me thinks the gent protests too much....
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    Over easy on top of something that'll go great with gooey broken yolks
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    Favorite - Soft boiled with toast!

    But most breakfast diners don't do that really, I often order eggs Benedict (poached egg) with the hollandaise on the side.



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    Quote Originally Posted by LexInVA View Post
    This is the Off-Topic forum. I can talk about eggs, dates, cookies, rootbeer, or any other subject that I feel warrants discussion, thank you very much!
    OK. I like my eggs with a good date. The morning after.

    (Actually, I like my eggs scrambled! Or in an omelet. )
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    I love egg whites baked in a muffin tin with TONS of cinnamon or kale and green onions. Mmmmmmm.
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    Scrambled, lightly - NOT overdone, with a pinch of salt, and always extra for the dog...!
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    Scrambled, over easy, soft-boiled, deviled.. I love eggs, especially if the yolk is runny!!


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    Soft scrambled and over easy-NOM!
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    Fresh from Chicken Noodle and Chicken McNugget....ham and cheese omelet with seeded rye toast and turkey bacon...



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    Egg whites with Penzey's Parisian herb seasoning mix, covered in a layer of fresh raw spinach, with soft goat cheese added on top when the eggs are almost done, and then folded in half like an omelet.
    "In order to really enjoy a dog, one doesn’t merely train him to be semi-human. The point of it is to open oneself to the possibility of becoming part dog."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wayside View Post
    Egg whites with Penzey's Parisian herb seasoning mix, covered in a layer of fresh raw spinach, with soft goat cheese added on top when the eggs are almost done, and then folded in half like an omelet.
    Fancy! Sounds good though. I like scrambled, over easy, soft boiled, hard boiled but with a soft-ish yolk (cooked around the edges but kind of darker yellow in the middle if that makes sense), poached, fried....
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    Fresh from under my hens, then either scrambled with a touch of sharp Tillamook cheddar or just simply scrambled in butter with salt.

    Or...fried fairly hard (I know, sacrilegious!) and slopped onto lightly toasted bread spread with mayo, then cut into quarters--a tradition of my dear, sweet nanny Missy Lange, from my childhood!
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    Quote Originally Posted by DottieHQ View Post
    Fancy! Sounds good though.
    Thanks! I enjoy it, and it's not nearly as involved as it sounds, lol
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