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View Poll Results: When beatings eggs do you want them completely blended?
Yes, no white blotches please 13 59.09%
No, I like my blotches 1 4.55%
Who cares, either way is good with me 8 36.36%
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Old 04-23-2012, 05:46 PM   #21
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Since we are no longer allowed to beat our spouses, kids or pets...

Is this what one does to a "bad egg?"
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Old 04-23-2012, 05:49 PM   #22
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Is this what one does to a "bad egg?"
I am suspecting eventually we will find the clutch of eggs the girls hid (grass eggs). We probably will use them to discourage deer around the garden...
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Old 04-23-2012, 06:10 PM   #23
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Is this what one does to a "bad egg?"
Just some bad eggs...
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Old 04-23-2012, 06:14 PM   #24
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ok, i've got a weird one.

when my boy was about 5 years old, he wanted to invent his own recipe. since i was making him eggs, i let him decide how to make them.

he cracks 2 eggs, seperating the whites and yolks into 2 bowls. the yolks are just broken and mixed a little while the whites are whisked briskly, adding freshly cracked black pepper to the whites as they become a little fluffy.
the whites and yolks are sort of foldedded together and it is all oured in a hot buttered pan to cook. as soon as it mostly sets, it's flipped to finish the top side for just a few seconds.

the result is a strangely good, spotty white and yellow egg, somewhat between fried and scrambled.

he calls them his spotted eggs.
You should check around--I'll bet there is a contest you could enter that recipe in (for your son).
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