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Old 11-11-2013, 07:48 PM   #21
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I know that these recipes can be copied but I do not think the videos can be taken.

This is a good question!

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Ha! You called him a slob!

That is very funny!

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That's why I capitalized all the letters except for the "o" from "of" - so it would look less like "SLOB".
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Old 11-11-2013, 07:54 PM   #23
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Sure, you can save it. It's a youtube video.

Thanks for that Sir Loin......I'll never burn my fingers or mess with having shell in my soft boiled eggs again! Brilliant !
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That's why I capitalized all the letters except for the "o" from "of" - so it would look less like "SLOB".
We know you did, ma'am. If we offended you, we're sorry. We didn't mean to be offensive.

Thanks, y'all. I'll keep that in mind. And thanks for all the help!

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Old 11-11-2013, 09:39 PM   #25
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We know you did, ma'am. If we offended you, we're sorry. We didn't mean to be offensive.

Thanks, y'all. I'll keep that in mind. And thanks for all the help!

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Anyone who thinks I am insulted has never seen me eat! Some people brush their teeth after every meal. I change my shirt!
What? And rob the kitties of free grazing???
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Old 11-11-2013, 10:45 PM   #27
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I did the soft-boiled eggs in the microwave, last night. Worked perfectly.
Ditto here. Did it today. Very happy. One less pan to wash.
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With seeing two thumbs up, I am definitely going to try that tomorrow morning!
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Old 11-11-2013, 11:57 PM   #29
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Anyone who thinks I am insulted has never seen me eat! Some people brush their teeth after every meal. I change my shirt!
You are funny! I am very glad you were not offended. But you do know if you must change your shirt after every meal, you should look for a hole in your chin.

I think I have these when I eat ribs.

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Old 11-12-2013, 12:09 PM   #30
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I did the soft-boiled eggs in the microwave, last night. Worked perfectly.
Same here. Very clever that you don't even have to poke the yolk using this method.

I did find that one minute was just a bit too long. For me, 50 seconds produced the desired amount of "runniness".

So people may have to adjust times a bit for their own microwave ovens.
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I tried it also! It does work! This is very much easier.

We butter our toast before spooning the egg onto it. Do any of you do this also?

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You are funny! I am very glad you were not offended. But you do know if you must change your shirt after every meal, you should look for a hole in your chin.
I think I have these when I eat ribs.

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I tried it also! It does work! This is very much easier.

We butter our toast before spooning the egg onto it. Do any of you do this also?

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I do. I guess I won't be using my egg rings anymore.
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That's why I capitalized all the letters except for the "o" from "of" - so it would look less like "SLOB".

If you would consider SirLoin one word he would be SOB
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I haven't had a soft boiled egg since my mother made them for me when I was a little kid. Now I want one.
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If you would consider SirLoin one word he would be SOB

I'm confused. IS the slob an SOB or is the SOB a slob? Or did he choose that name because he knew it would generate this discussion?

I heard his real name is Chuck Roast.
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I'm confused. IS the slob an SOB or is the SOB a slob? Or did he choose that name because he knew it would generate this discussion?

I heard his real name is Chuck Roast.
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Old 11-13-2013, 06:16 PM   #38
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I tried the one egg in a cup of water the other day and it worked great. I like two eggs with my buttered toast pieces however so I used a cereal bowl and cracked two eggs into the water. For the two of them they needed 90 seconds on my microwave but they both came out just as perfectly. I drained the water, added the toast pieces on top and was all set for a quick and easy breakfast.
This is by far one of the best hints I've learned here at DC. Thanks again for finding it Sir.
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Old 11-13-2013, 08:35 PM   #39
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I'm confused. IS the slob an SOB or is the SOB a slob? Or did he choose that name because he knew it would generate this discussion?

I heard his real name is Chuck Roast.
Oh dear!

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I changed my name because I got sick of people asking me "What's up Chuck" and then get upset when I answer VOMIT!
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