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  1. #21
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    Cooked any way except hard fried. Have a special liking for sunny side up with a 'frill' around the white, which, apparently is wrong - they were doing sunnyside up eggs for Master Chef the other night and the judges howled long and loud over the frill, said it was burnt. Also love hardboiled as a snack.
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    In the garbage. I hate eggs more than any food ever. Seriously - if the only thing between me and starvation were an egg, I'd starve. I've sent food back to the kitchen at restaurants because they forgot to leave the egg off my breakfast plate. I don't want to look at or smell a cooked egg and I don't want it touching my food. Oddly enough I can handle raw ones long enough to mix them into batter and the like. (That's the only way I'll eat them - if they are totally disguised. Custards and quiches are out, though - too eggy).



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    Mara, don't hold back LOL!!!!

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    Depends on the location and the era we're talking about. Back in college my favorite style of egg was raw in the microwave set for 5 min. Enough time to get out of the enemy dorm's kitchen and safely in the getaway car.



  5. #25
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    Sunny side up, with some yummy crusty bread lightly toasted. Even better if my husband has cooked them.
    "We are all doing the best we can from our own level of consciousness.”
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    Sunny side up... or hard boiled on my salad!
    Proudly living in my "let's save the world bubble"!



  7. #27
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    Poached (soft yolk) on buttered white toast! My ultimate comfort food!


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    Scrambled - whipped with a whisk for 2 minutes then add a splash of half and half and whisk some more, maybe add some chives. Cook in butter OR bacon fat :-) low and soooo slow - gives the proteins time to break down. Gentle constant fluffing. Kosher salt and pepper. Good toast with fresh unsalted butter. Killer.



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    In a big warm chocolate chip cookie
    “Management is doing things right; leadership is doing the right things.” Peter Drucker


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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnDeere View Post
    In a big warm chocolate chip cookie
    hoho. great answer.



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    Any way DH wants to fix them :-). We do make what we call a Big Scramble"-diced potatoes (microwave first) and then the proverbial kitchen sink tossed in: tomatoes, onions, bacon or anything from a pig, peppers, broccoli. Lots of eggs for a nice fluffy meal, and topped with shredded cheese, of course. Plus toast, OJ, coffee and served for any meal.
    We also loooove fried eggs over black beans and rice-- Costa Rican breakfast. Yum.



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    Scrambled with cheese, over medium, poached, hard boiled, soft boiled, omelette with lots of veggies, or tamago. Really all kinds of eggs are good with me.



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    Scrambled the Gordon Ramsay way, with cheddar cheese and a little sea salt and cracked pepper on top. Best served open faced on a nice pumpernickel bread.

    Or poached and smashed on an open-faced sandwich atop a bed of wilted spinach and chevre. It depends how motivated I feel in the morning.
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    I'm with Coanteen - over easy with something starchy and delicious to sop up all the delicious yolk!


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    Baked on a thin crust pizza with spinach, thick chunks of primo bacon and gouda cheese! YUM!

    I also vote over easy on dry toast. And hard boiled eggs are my easy travel go-to protein food for those 'hiking around the course days.'
    About the only time losing is more fun than winning is when you're fighting temptation.
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    Deviled eggs. (From very spoiled chickens)
    I LOVE my Chickens!



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    Microwaved!
    Beat 3 eggs in a microwave safe bowl, add a bit of water, a slice of American cheese and Wegman's garlic cheese butter. Zap for 1 min, stir and zap for 45 seconds.
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    Scrambled, omelet, or occasionally fried. I HATED eggs for a long, long time. I still find the smell of a hard boiled egg fairly repulsive. But I appreciate them now, and I'm slowly becoming a fan of a slightly runny yolk on fried egg.

    Best eggs I ever had was during the blizzard a few years ago. We were cleaning out the fridge in the house I was staying, and we scrambled eggs with goat cheese and smoked salmon. Holy hell, those were GOOD!!!



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    I love eggs!
    Over medium, scrambled with cheese, hard boiled, poached
    Yum!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Calvincrowe View Post
    Fresh from under my hens
    You beat me to it!
    Still warm, do they come any fresher?

    happymom: I have a Noodle too!
    also an Xtra-Crispy & (RIP) Salad

    Then any way will do, I loves me some egg : 9
    Yolk must be soft, runny for sopping up with toast or English muffin or just set for over easy.
    DH could sunnyside an egg to within an inch of its life, me - not so much

    Lex;
    Have you tried nuking scrambled eggs?
    Melt some butter in a bowl, add beaten eggs then cook @ Med-High for a minute (for 2 eggs), stir,with a fork, add some cubed cream cheese & cook another 30sec. Stir again and dive into fluffy, creamy eggs {drool}
    You can toss your shredded cheese on top as soon as you take the eggs from the microwave & stir that last time and the heat will melt it.
    You may have to experiment with times as M(icrowave)MMV
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