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I like mine cooked in a cast-iron skillet with a little salt and pepper and just a sprinkling of Dill on  top. But when the weather is all Stormie outside (I love it when it is stormie) I like them scrambled served with pancakes and syrup (I love it when a little bit of syrup get on my eggs... yummy).

So what to you think, how do you like your eggs? Is there a certain recipe that brings you inner peace or does the whole idea of eating something that came out of a chicken just crack you up?

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I'd like them soaked with tea overnight before they're boiled into perfection. Boiled eggs must then be diced into small pieces so I can add it into my chicken congee with a little drops of sesame oil.

 

Meanwhile at a pick up bar....

Man: "How do you like your eggs?"
Woman: "Preferably unfertilised."

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Over easy, crispy bacon, fresh sliced tomato, all chopped to bite size and mixed in the plate, and a good splash or 2 of Tabasco sauce. 

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The latest in my ever changing scrambly egg concoctions is with mushrooms, onions, tomatoes, fresh basil and fresh grated parmesan sprinked on top.

(I love it when a little syrup gets on my eggs too)

 

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Easy over in a cast skillet with a little fresh ground pepper and salt.  I'd skip the dill, but pancakes and syrup with it are good in colder weather.  A little syrup getting mixed with the egg is a definite plus.

 

Or take the easy over egg, put it on cong you bing (a sort of flatbread with green onions), break the yolk and spread it over the flatbread and season with a few drops of soy and sesame.

 

 

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Has anyone ever had pickled eggs? (hard boiled) :matte-motes-inlove:

We used to get them after a hard days trek through the far north queensland hills from the Mountain View Hotel.

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Maryanne Solo wrote:

Has anyone ever had pickled eggs? (hard boiled) :matte-motes-inlove:

We used to get them after a hard days trek through the far north queensland hills from the Mountain View Hotel.


some pubs sell them here, huge jars full of eggs and of course vinegar.

with a pint of ale, yum :)

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Willow Danube wrote:

I *know*, she's already adopting you..... :smileyindifferent:

i thought your last post was verging on spite but i decided to be nice and ignore it.

i was right, you were being spiteful.

 

 

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Dogboat Taurog wrote:


Willow Danube wrote:

I *know*, she's already adopting you..... :smileyindifferent:

i thought your last post was verging on spite but i decided to be nice and ignore it.

i was right, you were being spiteful.

I'm learning from you. It's a compliment, accept it.

PS: But don't worry Ii'll give you the permission to have the last word.

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My eggs should stay where they are for the past 50 many  years, that's how i like them! :matte-motes-big-grin-squint:

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Willow Danube wrote:


Dogboat Taurog wrote:


Willow Danube wrote:

I *know*, she's already adopting you..... :smileyindifferent:

i thought your last post was verging on spite but i decided to be nice and ignore it.

i was right, you were being spiteful.

I'm learning from you. It's a compliment, accept it.

PS: But don't worry Ii'll give you the permission to have the last word.

lesson #2

righteous indignation.

:smileyvery-happy:

there are only 2 people that could beat chuck norrris in a fight, i'm both of them.

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