Personality Test & How You Like Your Eggs Cooked

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GCD1962
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RE: Personality Test & How You Like Your Eggs Cooked 2006/09/27 23:01:08 (permalink)
How about if you like them basted?
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RE: Personality Test & How You Like Your Eggs Cooked 2006/09/29 16:11:09 (permalink)
Basted in what? My father-in-law likes to baste his in bacon fat. (His eggs are usually "swimming" in it).
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RE: Personality Test & How You Like Your Eggs Cooked 2007/01/17 09:11:23 (permalink)
I like my eggs poached or fried in a non-stick pan, on toast for breakfast.
Even better still, whith grilled bacon!.
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RE: Personality Test & How You Like Your Eggs Cooked 2007/01/17 10:01:37 (permalink)
I like them almost any way you can think of- except hard boiled- those need to be made into deviled eggs- but not for breakfast. And when I was young and foolish- pickled eggs and pigs feet were gourmet, especially after 1:00AM!
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RE: Personality Test & How You Like Your Eggs Cooked 2007/01/17 10:27:21 (permalink)
How about a raw egg in glass of beer?
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RE: Personality Test & How You Like Your Eggs Cooked 2007/01/18 09:22:15 (permalink)
OJ, protein powder, banana and two raw eggs in a blender.
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RE: Personality Test & How You Like Your Eggs Cooked 2007/01/18 09:24:34 (permalink)
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OJ, protein powder, banana and two raw eggs in a blender.


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RE: Personality Test & How You Like Your Eggs Cooked 2007/01/18 10:22:17 (permalink)
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Originally posted by desertdog

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Originally posted by V960

OJ, protein powder, banana and two raw eggs in a blender.





Ditto on the but O.J. in a blender sounds like a righteous idea. -pb
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RE: Personality Test & How You Like Your Eggs Cooked 2007/01/18 10:35:01 (permalink)
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Originally posted by porkbeaks

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Originally posted by desertdog

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Originally posted by V960

OJ, protein powder, banana and two raw eggs in a blender.





Ditto on the but O.J. in a blender sounds like a righteous idea. -pb


Even better, make a blender of Orange Julius! Heck, you could put an egg in there and never know it exsisted.
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RE: Personality Test & How You Like Your Eggs Cooked 2007/06/06 10:55:32 (permalink)
Hey, does anyone know of a place in Southern CT to get a Scotch egg? These have always sounded interesting to me, but I don't know where to get them/don't want to be bothered making them(the process seems rather lenghty).

Thanks in advance,
Steve
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RE: Personality Test & How You Like Your Eggs Cooked 2007/06/06 11:20:24 (permalink)
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Originally posted by dayle longMr. Hoffman,
raw eggs in a glass.
YUMMY!!!! I like that with a bit of milk and sugar, whipped until foamy, and with a sprinkle of cinaminamon on top. I think it's called eggnog.
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