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Old 01-25-2004, 12:12 PM   #1
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How do you like your eggs?

the discussion that broke out on grits made me think of another food which everyone has a different way of eating--eggs.
i've seen so many people put things on their eggs that i consider 'weird': tabasco, ketchup, syrup, mayo, etc.
my favorite way to eat eggs is something my mom made for me when i was young: hard boiled, mashed up with lots of butter & salt. yum!

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damn carnivore, have you checked your cholesterol lately?
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Old 01-25-2004, 12:42 PM   #3
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I like my eggs either poached or soft boiled, the yolks HAVE to be runny. I can tolerate some coarsely ground black pepper on my eggs, but no other adulteration is necessary.

Oh and I love scrambled eggs, but made with cream.......I have never had my cholesterol checked......better not to know!!!!
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Old 01-25-2004, 12:42 PM   #4
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cholesterol?....what's that?
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Old 01-25-2004, 12:45 PM   #5
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Yup, that's good, Carnivore. But then so is soft boiled, poached,fried sunny-side up, scrambled, omelettes .............eggs are good!
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Old 01-25-2004, 01:06 PM   #6
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How do you like your eggs?

I like mine soft scrambled with cheese or about any type of omlette you can come up with. Or I should say I did...Doc says that I don't like sweets anymore, or junk food and to watch my carbs.He is no fun at all!
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I have to watch my cholesterol as there is heart disease in my family, so usually I'm very good about watching my fat & cholesterol intake - but one thing I first tried when we moved to the USA 4 years ago was Eggs Benedict - and it is now my No. 1 favourite way of eating eggs. I do limit myself to only having them on the rare occasions we eat breakfast out - about once every 3 months or so - a delectable treat!

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I like my eggs scrambled. I add 1 tablespoon of butter to the pan. I usually scramble 5 eggs with a little milk, pepper, garlic salt added. Once the are setting up a little I add sliced about 5 or 6 sliced green onions. then right before there done I add some shredded cheese. Let melt a little bit. Then they are good to go...Yummmy..!


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How do you like your eggs?

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Top that with salsa and I'll be right over!
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My grandpa (former chicken farmer) once said, and I quote: "there's no such thing as a bad egg, but some aren't quite as good as the others".

I, however, only like them if they are poached, fried, scrambled, dropped, deviled, etc. Back in the old days I was partial to the western or Denver omelette sandwich on toast with plenty salt and pepper. I was considerabley younger then.
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