View Poll Results: How do you like your eggs?

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  • Scrambled

    14 31.11%
  • Poached

    3 6.67%
  • Sunny-side up

    9 20.00%
  • Benedict

    5 11.11%
  • Deviled

    0 0%
  • No thanks, I'll have a bagel

    6 13.33%
  • Over Easy

    3 6.67%
  • Over Medium

    2 4.44%
  • Over Hard

    2 4.44%
  • Omelete please!

    1 2.22%
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Thread: How do you like your eggs?

  1. #1
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    How do you like your eggs?

    Ya, another one of Skip's silly threads. Humor me.

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    How I like my eggs.....

    Stirred, not shaken and preferably in ‘Nog.

    are ya humored?

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    My mom made the BEST deviled eggs EVER. My sister makes them too. And lucky for me my brother in law has somehow mastered them as well so there will be pleny o dose hors douvres on Thursday (Thanksgiving).

    As far as breakfast goes, I like my eggs over easy. Love to mop up the spilled yolk with a hot piece of wheat toast. Mmmmm, sooo goooood!

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    Raw, from a glass at the break of day before I work out for my next fight. Wait......that's Rocky.

    Actually, I like mine well done...boiled or over hard. (not on the list)

    My wife orders them basted. I think it's like poached, but with butter spooned on top. It goes well with corned beef hash.

    Yum...time for breakfast.



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    Like mine eggs all a scramble.

    Toast? Make mine sourdough - it was invented specifically to be spread with butter and Marmite. Mmmmmmm.

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    egg-cellent ?????

    That's a tough one.. because I am one of those silly people who if they think about what they are eating ..I get all grossed out and my cats benefit fom my stupid, silly ,behavior ... (refer to the "what's this song about ?" thread for refrence) But I am in agreement with Debash,, scrambled .. or an omlet.. the less they look like the orginal form the better!!!!!! Sourdough with plenty of butter and homemade jam... YUM... Now I am hungry.. Jeanne

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    Is the sourdough bread is a San Fransisco thing?

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    Well, SF and west coast. Much easier to find it out here, it seems, than in the rest of the country. Yum!

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    I always loved my breakfast in the usa, getting as much coffee i can drink , some orangejuice and scrambled eggs with ham or sausages and toast. But I never eat that when I am back in germany. I like to stay in bed as long as possible so i am always in a hurry to get to work. There is just time for a short coffee and a muesli...

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    I like mine usually scrambled but I also like them sunny side up and like Steve said, with some toast to soak up the yolk (but I like white bread instead of wheat). Hard boiled is good too, either in sandwiches or just even plain sometimes.

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    I make the best toasted over easy egg sandwich you ever had
    and I'll use sour dough bread for you bay area people.

    I got this off some bread history site:Here in the United States, sourdough bread really came into being during the early history of California. During the gold rush days of the mid-1800s, prospectors carried sours in their knapsacks as starters for leavened bread baked in their encampments. Indeed, the term "sourdough" was so linked with this period in our history that the connation of "sourdough" was used to describe these early prospectors.
    Last edited by skip63; 11-21-2004 at 11:02 PM.

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    Scrambled!!!!!!!!!!!!! My dad makes the best scrambled eggs...

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    scrambled, preferably inside a breakfast burrito, or with salsa on them with a thick slice of ham on the side. . . now why y'all gotta be talkin' about breakfast and I am doomed to bad breakfast hell with preschoolers???

    lmao



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    Love Eggs!!

    Gotta be suuny side up so I can soak up the yoke with wheat toast as much as possible. I always always do that. A few restaurants offer sour dough, but it's not as popular as regular white, wheat or rye toast in my area. I love breakfast burritos, but good ones are hard to find here. Like omelettes too. The only thing I don't like are bagels. I just don't understand their popularity.

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    I like mine over medium, which is fried with the yolk still runny but the white completely done. Can't stand runny white! Then I smash them up and pour ketchup over them, sopping up the whole mess with a biscuit. Scrumptious!

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