here's how one of my books says to do them:
brush a ramekin with melted butter, line it with a slice of ham, crack 2 eggs on top, add salt/pepper, bake @ 325 until the eggs start to set up (~10mins according to the book), take them out of the oven, add a drop of cream & sprinkle grated cheese on top. put back in the oven until the eggs are done.
here's how i did them, since i didn't have any ham or a proper ramekin:
1/2 cook ~5 slices of bacon, line a plain old cereal bowl with the bacon slices, put 3 eggs on top, s/p, bake until eggs start to set up... etc etc. it took longer with 3 eggs because there's more to heat up i guess (~15mins for the 1st part) i used cheddar cause that's what i had; the book said use swiss. pretty easy, but one thing i found difficult with this was figuring out when the eggs are done because the cheese is on top.
edit: my book also says that chef's hats have 101 pleats on them because there are 101 ways to prepare eggs.
did anyone else know that?