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Poll: How do you like your eggs?

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  1. I'm a Super Moderator johns0's Avatar
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    I like them over easy if i had to eat em.Thanks to budwzr for the poll.
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    Yolk broken....I think that is called Over Hard?
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    I like Garfield's choice. Hatched, raised to young chickenhood, then barbecued!!!!
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    allergic to eggs but when i could eat them.....had to be sunny side up.....
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    I love eggs!!!
    Chicken that is.....

    Scrambled or over easy.

    Gotta have that yolk for dunking toast

    And M Bruner's/Garfields version of egg preparation is also good
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    ^^^I use to break the yolk over rice and pour shoyu (soy sauce) all ova it....Yummy! Hahaha!
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  7. Omelettes - stuffed with bacon, cheese, mushrooms, parsley, chives, shrimp, green peppers, tomatoes, depending on what's available at the time.
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    when I do have them its scrambled.
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  9. I'm not a vegetarian but I don;t like to eat anything that never had a chance. Chicken, on the other hands, deserve to be eaten. Nasty birdies, IMO.

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    Originally Posted by Des View Post
    I'm not a vegetarian but I don;t like to eat anything that never had a chance. Chicken, on the other hands, deserve to be eaten. Nasty birdies, IMO.

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  11. Originally Posted by johns0 View Post
    Originally Posted by Des View Post
    I'm not a vegetarian but I don;t like to eat anything that never had a chance. Chicken, on the other hands, deserve to be eaten. Nasty birdies, IMO.

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    I know this was always my answer to my family when they would ridicule me for not liking eggs.

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  12. How do I like my eggs? Cooked. I don't much care how they're prepared as long as they're not raw. (Although I don't mind the yolk being runny.) And where's the option for "deviled"?
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    Originally Posted by gadgetguy View Post
    How do I like my eggs? Cooked. I don't much care how they're prepared as long as they're not raw. (Although I don't mind the yolk being runny.) And where's the option for "deviled"?
    I used to eat beef sukiyaki with a scramble raw egg.....yummy!

    Why isn't sunny side up as a option?
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    Eggs are good.
    I like them every way mentioned in the poll. The one way I don't like eggs is when they are split up. Either just yolks or just whites. That's not an egg anymore.

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    I forgot Benedict and Baloot too.
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  16. What a crazy topic for a poll, but I love eggs most anyway they're fixed (excluding raw). Fried, in plenty of bacon grease, yep - that's the best.
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    Glad I came after the SunnySideUp option ... that's what I always order at restaurants. At home, it's usually omelettes and sometimes egga-muffins (once in a while on on bagels).
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  18. Poached eggs on toast. Hard to beat.
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    Chocolate, dark, at Easter or any of the other days of the year.
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    Originally Posted by budwzr View Post
    I forgot Benedict and Baloot too.
    I used to eat baloot too, when I was in the Philippines. The trick is not to look at it. (hehe)
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    Over easy
    Over medium
    Scrambled

    Best ever: Inside French toast + over easy on the side -- YUM, YUM!!!
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    Because of this post, I decided to have eggs for dinner.
    Sort of a mix between scrambled and over medium because the egg turner is warped.

    With cinnamon sugar toast. And orange juice.

    Yum!
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    Mmmm....that cinnamon sugar toast sounds good. Is that with butter? Or no.

    Here's my gourmet scrambled egg recipe. It MUST be prepared exactly!

    1) Preheat a medium-size 6-8 " saucepan to medium heat throwing in a tablespoon of butter, not spread.
    2) Whisk up 3 eggs with a fork until frothy.
    3) Pour the eggs into the saucepan, wait until the edges start to form.
    4) Using a small spatula, "pull" one of the edges all the way across the pan. Raw egg will fill the gap.
    5) Pull the newly formed scramble back to the other side again. Repeat until no liquid is present.
    6) Flip your scramble and put a lid on the pan, and shut the flame. Let sit for a minute, and it will rise.

    Voila! Please eat while hot.
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    Originally Posted by budwzr View Post
    Mmmm....that cinnamon sugar toast sounds good. Is that with butter? Or no..
    Yes, just a very light hint of butter, so a good dusting sticks without running onto my plate or down my my shirt. I'd much rather have some maple sugar from Canada, but it's so hard to get here. I need to contact somebody I know up there, and get a care package sent.

    Eggs are terrible alone. It's the other part of the meal (and drink) that make it good.

    Deviled and smashed into egg salad are also really good, if you make it by hand.
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    1) cakes, pancakes and pies

    2) spaghetti, lasagna, gnocchi, etc.

    3) [pessimist alternative] boiled eggs

    Eggs are evil, period.
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