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Ela
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quote:
Originally posted by Tante Shvester:
Vinegar eggs is the new Hatrack craze. Mine were yummy.

Yay! I started a craze! [Cool]

(I've been noticing how many people have tried eggs and vinegar - first time so many people at once tried a recipe I posted. [Smile] )

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The absolute best ever, are fried, over easy in an old military chow hall. You need to put them over grits (cooked all night, not the instant stuff.) and garnish with a dash of Christal blue hot sauce. However, since the old chow hall is fast becoming only a memory and I have to cook my own, I prefer eggs, poached in a little salt water, and served over mashed sweet potato.
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quote:
Originally posted by vonk:
ah Pixiest, a 'racker after my own heart. Combine the two breakfast cooking threads and you've got quite the treat.

fried, over easy, in bacon greese, cut up over two slices of white toast slathered in real butter, with more than the average amount of salt and pepper.

hmm, my left arm is numb and I taste copper....

LOL, this is how I eat them as well. The real butter is a must. My h ubby tells me it will kill me all the time.
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quote:
Originally posted by The Rabbit:
Poached. I have this lovely egg poaching pan With it I can make the tastiest eggs ever.


I also like omlet, with the works.

i have a similar contraption, it makes good eggs
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I don't care how they're cooked as long as there are no yolks.
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I like my eggs cooked over medium, scrambled, and cheddar cheese omelet.
The absolute best however, is the egg in a basket sandwich. Butter the pan a bit, then you rip a small hole into a piece of bread and crack the egg into the hole. Fry it up, put a piece of cheese on it, then do it with another piece of bread. The eggs should be over medium. Put the two piece of bread together and you have one messy, good tasting sandwich. (Most people I know cut it up with a knife and fork, I usually eat this treat alone, so I use my hands and make a big mess [Big Grin] )

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