How do you like them eggs

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RE: How do you like them eggs 2004/09/12 18:45:54 (permalink)
Don't forget leftover homefries scrambled into eggs. I always make extra potatoes just for this. Frozen hashbrown patties are also pretty good for this purpose. Never cooked till dry.
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RE: How do you like them eggs 2004/09/12 20:10:08 (permalink)
1. Huevos con chorizo with hot flour tortillas and breakfast salsa.

2. Omlet with fresh tomatoes and feta cheese.

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RE: How do you like them eggs 2004/09/13 19:46:14 (permalink)
The Sundancer is certainly sinmple as I like eggs over hard sprinkled with salt and pepper. I like them fried in bacon grease.

This works great with my Atkins thing.

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RE: How do you like them eggs 2004/09/14 17:19:35 (permalink)
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Originally posted by Sundancer7

The Sundancer is certainly sinmple as I like eggs over hard sprinkled with salt and pepper. I like them fried in bacon grease.

I love them cooked in bacon grease, and I often do that. I like mine "over-medium"; the white has to be completely done, but I like the yolk as runny as possible.

It took me years, but I can cook eggs just like my wife and I like them. It requires my almost total attention, so I wait and do those last. I couldn't do it in a restaurant environment, because I'm not very fast in my preparation. I guess you could say I'm half-fast...
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RE: How do you like them eggs 2004/09/14 19:03:57 (permalink)
I do not like scrambled or omelet style unless mixed with something or smothered.I like omlettes with Thai peanut sauce.
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RE: How do you like them eggs 2004/09/14 21:51:19 (permalink)
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Originally posted by Bushie

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Originally posted by Sundancer7

The Sundancer is certainly sinmple as I like eggs over hard sprinkled with salt and pepper. I like them fried in bacon grease.

I love them cooked in bacon grease, and I often do that. I like mine "over-medium"; the white has to be completely done, but I like the yolk as runny as possible.

It took me years, but I can cook eggs just like my wife and I like them. It requires my almost total attention, so I wait and do those last. I couldn't do it in a restaurant environment, because I'm not very fast in my preparation. I guess you could say I'm half-fast...

Bushie,

My trick to doing basted eggs is to cook them almost to the point I want them before I baste them with the bacon grease. If you baste them too soon you can't tell how done they are.

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RE: How do you like them eggs 2004/09/15 17:28:55 (permalink)
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Bushie,

My trick to doing basted eggs is to cook them almost to the point I want them before I baste them with the bacon grease. If you baste them too soon you can't tell how done they are.

Cakes


Thanks, Cakes!
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RE: How do you like them eggs 2004/09/24 07:12:40 (permalink)
Oh Man! You guys are making me soo hungry! I'm new here,and this is my first post. I've been reading some of the forums here. I feel like Homer Simpson with his tongue hanging out, lol. I too love egg's prepared in many ways, but when I have them fried, I love it when they are swimming in real butter. Hum Hum Hum!
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RE: How do you like them eggs 2004/09/24 23:43:31 (permalink)
I haven't posted on this thread because, well, I didn't want to be a party pooper and say that I DO NOT LIKE EGGS! Me and a couple of my chef pals were talking today about certain foods that we really do not like to eat and we all agreed on eggs! Let me explain: imagine you are the chef in a large resort or hotel where there is a high volume Sunday Brunch. At my restaurant in the Grand Traverse Resort Village we did 1200 people on brunch every Sunday. JUST for eggs Benedict we cooked 3 cases (72 dz. /case)of eggs. If you don't have your calculator handy, that's 2,592 eggs. Then there were the 5 omelette stations....and the scrambled eggs on the buffet line........there was egg goo and ghiz from here to kingdom come! I fix eggs out on the boat or in the camper and manage to eat a little, but I got "egged out" during those hotel days.
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RE: How do you like them eggs 2004/10/04 08:51:14 (permalink)
I like eggs just about any way they're made. Every once in awhile something will stand out as really good. I've been going to a little place in Knox for Sunday brunch. I had a really good huevos rancheros the other week. It had corn tortillas stacked up like pancakes with eggs and meats in between the layers, etc. Really good.

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RE: How do you like them eggs 2004/10/04 10:16:10 (permalink)
So, Carlton, where is this place in Knoxville that you have been going for Sunday Brunch?

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RE: How do you like them eggs 2004/10/04 13:43:59 (permalink)
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Originally posted by Sundancer7

The Sundancer is certainly sinmple as I like eggs over hard sprinkled with salt and pepper. I like them fried in bacon grease.

This works great with my Atkins thing.

Paul E. smith
knoxville, TN


is there anything that doesn't taste better if you fry it in bacon grease?
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RE: How do you like them eggs 2004/10/04 14:00:46 (permalink)
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Originally posted by Goose

quote:
Originally posted by Sundancer7

The Sundancer is certainly sinmple as I like eggs over hard sprinkled with salt and pepper. I like them fried in bacon grease.

This works great with my Atkins thing.

Paul E. smith
knoxville, TN


is there anything that doesn't taste better if you fry it in bacon grease?


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RE: How do you like them eggs 2004/10/04 14:09:55 (permalink)
if you could figure out how to make it work...
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RE: How do you like them eggs 2004/10/04 14:18:26 (permalink)
I've been fried enough with just the gin.
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RE: How do you like them eggs 2004/10/04 14:21:49 (permalink)
maybe we should just slather you up in the bacon grease,then.
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RE: How do you like them eggs 2004/10/04 14:32:50 (permalink)
Only if you promise to use Velveeta, too.
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RE: How do you like them eggs 2004/10/04 14:43:17 (permalink)
i think that's a deal.

gin, grease, velveeta. 3 of the 4 food groups.
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RE: How do you like them eggs 2004/10/04 14:54:55 (permalink)
The fourth being Prozac? Turn it into Jell-O shots, and I think you would have a popular drink/confection with the younger crowd: The Goose Egg!
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RE: How do you like them eggs 2004/10/04 15:16:50 (permalink)
Sorry, no time to reply, I gotta get me to the patent office!
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RE: How do you like them eggs 2004/10/22 17:26:00 (permalink)
I make my scrambled eggs a little what some people say sounds crazy....I take 3 eggs, add 2 T cool Whip, salt & Pepper...beat with whisk and scramble them up in butter sprayed skillet....
Now some of you may lsnicker .... some might cringe ....
and some may turn your nose .....at the thot, but to all the sceptics who tried my creation all were happy ...cause they were yummy...
Someone recommended adding cool whip (instead of milk ) to oatmeal so I tried it in my scrambled eggs (in place of milk)... I never regretted it and only make mine like this now....yummy Ladybugplus
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RE: How do you like them eggs 2004/10/22 18:06:14 (permalink)
I think the perfect cheese to add to scrambled eggs is Colby-Jack. I shred an amount the size of an American slice and add it to 2-3 eggs and cook over med-high heat, stirring constantly. It not only tastes great, but the yellow and white marbling adds a nice color to the eggs.
I made these for my niece and nephew without telling them that I added the cheese, and they went wild, as if they discovered a new world!

Made with farm-fresh eggs and European style butter, you'll think you died and went to heaven! Don't forget the toast made from homemade bread.
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RE: How do you like them eggs 2004/10/23 03:41:07 (permalink)
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Originally posted by ladybugplus

I make my scrambled eggs a little what some people say sounds crazy....I take 3 eggs, add 2 T cool Whip, salt & Pepper...beat with whisk and scramble them up in butter sprayed skillet....
Now some of you may lsnicker .... some might cringe ....
and some may turn your nose .....at the thot, but to all the sceptics who tried my creation all were happy ...cause they were yummy...
Someone recommended adding cool whip (instead of milk ) to oatmeal so I tried it in my scrambled eggs (in place of milk)... I never regretted it and only make mine like this now....yummy
Ladybugplus


Hmmmm. I need to give that a try. My dad liked his with a little sour cream in them, but I've never thought of trying Cool Whip. Thanks for the info.

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RE: How do you like them eggs 2004/10/23 17:55:56 (permalink)
I like egg whites.
I saute a little minced garlic in olive oil, pour over a few egg whites and fry until done. Salt and pepper to taste.
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RE: How do you like them eggs 2006/04/20 13:41:48 (permalink)
Dad gum it! Today's poll just raises the same old spectres: definitions. I said "Over easy," but what I meant was, "runny yolk, hard white." And that wasn't an option.
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RE: How do you like them eggs 2006/04/21 11:13:06 (permalink)
Glad to see this thread revived! I like all of the above +, I love a fresh from the nest egg cracked in a glass w/ a few sprinkels of La. hot sauce.

Oh, a fast trick I make for my grandzillas, a few eggs in a bowl w/ some salsa verde, butter, and pepper jack cheese, nuke em but stir often.
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RE: How do you like them eggs 2006/04/21 13:06:54 (permalink)
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I love a fresh from the nest egg cracked in a glass w/ a few sprinkels of La. hot sauce.


*upchuck*
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RE: How do you like them eggs 2006/04/21 13:16:14 (permalink)
Capt, I really do crave raw eggs. My only prob is geting them fresh outa the nest. Don't knock it till uve tried one. If you don't like your first one you'll like your 100th one, kinda like raw oysters I guess. My bro and his Marine buds eat em a diff way. They pop the whole egg and lean their heads back and do the hot sauce. Then out comes a condensed thing that used to be the shell. Hey, I know thers a few more raw egg eaters here besides me.
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RE: How do you like them eggs 2006/04/21 13:51:00 (permalink)
Don't do raw oysters either. I think it's a texture aversion on my part. Slimy.
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RE: How do you like them eggs 2006/04/21 14:09:44 (permalink)
Capt, I have a real good friend that is a texture conches eater. I have tried to help him overcome this. He misses out on so much great stuff to eat. Boiled okra is a good place to start I think. Just squize it and let it kinda slide down.

I just thought I was and adventuresome eater till I read the posts from the "aquired tasts" thread I started in this heading.

Hmmm, boiled okra and eggs!
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