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  1. #61
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    We have 17 laying hens so we eat a lot of eggs. I love them pretty much any way you cook them but I'd have to say my favorite is deviled. Next would come over easy with the yolks runny, perfect for dipping toast fingers in! Now I'm hungry.



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    Hard boiled mixed with a half of a avocado, chopped fresh tomato, fresh bell pepper, drizzled with coconut oil. Yes, I am a little strange but is sure is YUMMY



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    Well- Lucky - we have the eggs, fresh farm tomatoes, basil, ripe avo., with olive oil and balsamic - tonight's supper with some of last night's chicken wings. We are fixed for tonight!
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    Mon-Fri at the work cafeteria I get spinach and tomatoes with two scrambled eggs, tiny bit of cheddar and then feta sprinkled on at the end once the eggs are in the box.

    Deviled are yummy too

    I love the Julie Child's base recipe for quiche, lots of cream, eggs and cheese. I normally use swiss cheese and bacon. Sometimes spinach and cheddar. Or just jumbo lump crab meat and no cheese. I sometimes forget that a good quiche is not scrambled eggs in a crust and is lighter more custard like. Great with a nice spinach, goat cheese and strawberry salad.

    DH hates eggs. Closest he gets to eating eggs is French toast.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SonnysMom View Post
    DH hates eggs. Closest he gets to eating eggs is French toast.
    Yup. That sums up my household too—SO is allergic and I just find them kind of nasty. We, of course, get them in abundance thanks to our CSA box, so I try to use them for cakes or other baked goods. This whole thread has sort of grossed me out.



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    I take eggs on the sly, out of the back of the hen house or the back hole of the tree ...

    How I like to EAT them, however, is fried, or scrambled, or -- best of all -- deviled with a sprinkle of paprika on top!
    RoanPonyMare



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    Well Foxtrot, your my kind of person!



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    Poached.

    If there's a breakfast in heaven, it's a slice of french bread toast topped with a melted piece of fontina cheese topped with a poached egg drizzled with truffle oil. Mmmmmmm!
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    Also this strata never fails to get requests and compliments. Nobody has ever, not ONCE in may years, realized it wasn't real sausage. There's too much deliciousness going on in there for anyone to distinguish I suppose you can sub in real sausage if you insist

    2 TBSP unsalted butter
    1 medium vidalia onion, peeled and thinly sliced (1 1/2 cups)
    1 Box Morningstar vegetarian sausage patties, microwaved and crumbled (I like the "maple" flavored but any kind will do)
    2 cups whole milk
    6-7 large eggs
    1/2 tsp Kosher salt
    1/2 tsp freshly ground pepper
    1/8 tsp grated nutmeg
    2 cups shredded Gruyere cheese
    2 1/2 cups baby arugula, rinsed and drained
    1/2 lb. rustic French bread cut in 1-inch cubes (about 1/2 a regular size loaf)

    Melt the butter in a 10-12-inch skillet over medium heat. Add onion, stirring until limp and golden, about 10 min. Pour onion into a bowl. Add crumbled veggie sausage. In a bowl, whisk together milk, eggs, salt, pepper and nutmeg. Stir in cheese, arugula, onion, veggie sausage and bread. Stir gently to combine. Transfer to a greased pyrex dish (I usually use the 11x7 size, if you go with a different size it may affect cooking times). Bake uncovered at 375 F until top is golden brown and center is firm, turning once. I usually cook it for 35-40 min. Cover with foil if the top starts getting too brown while cooking.

    Serve hot out of the oven or warm/slightly hotter than room temperature.
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    I am surprised no one has mentioned Huevos Rancheros! I'll take mine spicy, thanks!
    "A horse gallops with his lungs, perseveres with his heart, and wins with his character." - Tesio



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    Well, Donkerbruin, if I knew what Huevos Rancheros was, I could comment.
    Let me guess - a Mexican egg dish they eat on Ranches??
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    I love eggs and I eat them all kinds of ways...hard-boiled, over easy, scrambled, omelets, deviled, pickled, egg salad, etc.

    Now I want an egg, haha.
    *Wendy* 4.17.73 - 12.20.05



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    OMGosh. I forgot about deviled eggs! I love deviled eggs!



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    Indeed, I can eat two dozen of them like candy. Just so good. I dunno why.
    Thus do we growl that our big toes have,
    at this moment, been thrown up from below!



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    I like mine baked into a nice chocolate cake.

    If I have to eat eggs, then fried crispy, whites only and on toast,. I do not like egg yolk.



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    Quote Originally Posted by HenryisBlaisin' View Post
    If I have to eat eggs, then fried crispy, whites only and on toast,. I do not like egg yolk.
    See, I *only* like yolk. Which is apparently strange since it's the most egg-y part of the egg. I also only like poached eggs with the whites just barely set or fried eggs with a runny yolk.



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