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Old 08-02-2012, 07:30 PM   #31
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I love eggs almost any style, but I'd have to say my favorite would be an omelette with any combination of ingredients folded in. Meats, veggies, mushrooms, and of course cheese. Then topped with hot sauce, avocado, and sour cream.


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Old 08-02-2012, 07:36 PM   #32
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I'm not a huge egg fan, but I will eat them almost any way (except deviled eggs). I normally eat them over easy, but lately I have been poaching eggs at home.


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Old 08-02-2012, 07:44 PM   #33
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Huevos Rancheros is my favorite egg style at the moment.

I usually have them for lunch at least once a week.
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Old 08-02-2012, 07:45 PM   #34
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Anyone ever have a turkey egg? My parents have a few laying turkeys on their ranch.
When I was younger my father raised turkies , geese , ducks and chickens. Eggs from all of them made their way on my plate, but nothing beats a free range turkey egg sunny side up with sausage and toast for dipping. I like eggs prepared almost any way except boiled
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Make a grilled cheese. Fry an egg over easy on top and spoon the sauce below over it.

Sauce:
1 tbs hoison
1 tbs sambal
1 tsp oyster sauce (optional)
1/4 cup soy sauce
1/4 cup balsamic vinegar

Put a small amount of oil in a pan and get it hot (~350F) add the hoison, sambal and oyster sauce. Cook for about 10 seconds. Add the soy sauce and vinegar.

Reduce until consistency you like it. I like it slightly thickened so it sticks to food but runny enough to still mix with the egg yolk.

I made that sauce up awhile ago and have had it on pasta with a poached egg on top as well. Something about it makes it work with lots of starchy goodness.
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Old 08-02-2012, 07:49 PM   #36
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I love eggs. Fried in butter or bacon grease & overeasy does it.
We've been saving bacon grease and using it for so many things. Oh, what a glorious thing it is!
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Over easy, on top of a waffle with plenty of syrup. Damn good. Otherwise, if it has to be directly on a plate, over easy, so I can eat all the whites and leave the yolk intact and eat it whole. I can't stand to waste any of the yolky deliciousness across the plate.
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Man I am hungry for some eggs now! Just got a dozen and a half from a guy at work who has chickens. If I only had some bacon grease and a small pan and some bread and a toaster...
this is how I've been getting eggs for the last year! all I can say is that cage free eggs have the best most creamy yokes and have a beautiful orange color that I'm now drooling for there's a app called "my perfect egg timer" that is damn accurate for soft boiled.. my favorite is over easy eggs in a basket
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I've had lots of friends tell me how they like egg'n a basket (or one eye'd jacks). But I haven't tried it that way yet. There's probably lots of names for it.
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I've had lots of friends tell me how they like egg'n a basket (or one eye'd jacks). But I haven't tried it that way yet. There's probably lots of names for it.
I've heard:

Hole-in-one eggs
Volcano eggs
Nest Eggs

And some 13 year old genius when I was growing up came up with "Tumors".


Any which way you call 'em, if you like fried eggs and you like buttered toast, its a home run.


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