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Alright, Serious Question of The Day: How Do You Like Your Eggs?

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  1. carolinachurchwarden

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    Alright, time to get serious this morning. I get real serious when it comes to breakfast. It's my favorite meal of the day and sometimes even have it for supper.

    I love mine over easy, but scrambled with a little thyme ain't bad either. I love to make hash browns and put my over easy egg on top and break the yolk over the top.

    So, the serious question of the day this time, is how do you like your eggs?

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    Over easy on a cheesburger.

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    filled with Christmas Cheer or Irish Flake

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    Easy, hard boiled on pickled herring, fried with sausages and baked beans sunday mornings, scrambled on smoked salmon, they are good in all their glorious manifestations.

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    filled with Christmas Cheer or Irish Flake

    Touche Mike!

    Over easy on a cheesburger.

    Yep, that's a favorite of mine too!

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    filled with Christmas Cheer

    Like this?

    Easy, hard boiled on pickled herring

    That sounds amazing!

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    hard boiled on pickled herring

    Can't say as I've ever had it. I believe that's a Mid-West, Scandinavian dish, right? Now I used to eat them all the time scrambled in with salmon. It was from a can, but hey, that's how my great aunt liked it.

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    Growing up, my granddad would make me what he called "brains-n-eggs" which were these delicious pink scrambled eggs that had this ham-like flavor that just melted in your mouth. They were my absolute favorite. Later, I realized that they were pork brains mixed in with the eggs. But, by then I was hooked.
    Not wanting to buy pork brains in a can, and no good source for brains (ha ha), they remain a fond memory.

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    Ooh, that's a Southern staple right there. I also had a decent share of hog brains and eggs as a kid, and a few years back I saw them on the menu at a diner in Tennessee. When I tried to order them, the waitress said "um, you know that has like a month's worth of cholesterol in it, right?"

    Nowadays, I like mine scrambled hard with just black pepper.

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    Michael I used to eat the same thing growing up. My great aunt made "brains and eggs" in the mornings with grits, red eye gravy, fresh garden tomatoes, percolator coffee and toast. Never figured out if they were actually brains or not, but either way, it was delicious as hell.

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    When I tried to order them, the waitress said "um, you know that has like a month's worth of cholesterol in it, right?"

    Interesting. I bet they had sausage gravy on the menu. I wonder if she warns people of the same thing about that.

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    Darnit, now I am hungry, and all I had before heading out the door was a bowl of oatmeal, ha ha.

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    I can see it now. Every diner across the US has to stamp this on their hog brains:

    "Warning: this product contains cholesterol. Cholesterol is an addictive chemical"

    Shortly after you get the plain packaging laws, so children don't develop brand loyalty to hog brains...

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    My grandmother would cook a Spring pig for Thanksgiving, and other than the brains, everything was fair game. Go after the brains and you got rapped sharply on the noggin with her cane handle. Those were hers.

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    Darnit, now I am hungry, and all I had before heading out the door was a bowl of oatmeal, ha ha.

    Hell, I was getting ready to go to bed, now I'm getting eggs out to fry.

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    Poached laid on top of a pile of corned beef hash

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    Over easy, scrambled, hard boiled and deviled. Any way as long as they're not runny (Danny Thomas style).

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    Over easy cooked in the cast iron skillet with a good dab of bacon fat. Dash of cajun seasoning on top usually, then severed with toast and bacon.

    If I'm feeling fancy, then scrambled with two extra yolks and heavy cream, some fresh chives and finely shredded cheese. Gently tossed in the iron skillet with butter until just barely set.

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    I like eggs in almost any form: over easy with runny yolks for dipping my buttered toast. Scrambled with salt and pepper. Hard-boiled topped with salt. I enjoy a good omelet too, most often with ham & cheese mixed in.

    As for the brains-n-eggs, of course it's high cholesterol - the brain produces its own cholesterol and, at least in the human brain, contains about 20% of the body's cholesterol. I'm of the belief that folks make too much a fuss over cholesterol.

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    Like: Omelets, scrambled, hard boiled, deviled.
    Can't stand: Soft boiled, poached, fried.

    Does Hollandaise count as an egg dish? That I love.

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    Scrambled pretty hard, omelets, quiche, deviled. Just don't like poached, fried, runny. Fast food bacon, egg, and cheese biscuits etc. are usually okay. As a kid, I just didn't do eggs. I was out of the Navy and in grad school on GI Bill before I had scrambled eggs for breakfast. As a kid, it was always peanut butter and jam on toast with bacon, and often it still is.

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    I just pain like eggs doesn't matter how they are prepared I will eat them.

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    I like mine runny, even if I boil them I like them half raw. Omelette is a treat for late Sunday morning, and eggs Benedict is another good recipe - although that is highly unhealthy, especially with the Hollander sauce that I buy already made. I like eggs, I like em so much I could eat them every day ... fear of cholesterol keeps me down to about 6/week.

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    Sunny side up and few slices of toast to dip into that liquid gold
    Ohhhhh man !!!

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    Remember when eggs were very bad verboten cholesterol bombs? Heart killers? Then new research was done, and oops, eggs are a good source of protein and in a balanced diet perfectly wonderful and somewhat necessary. Butter and lard have experienced similar reconsiderations. You don't want to live on them entirely, but you can actually suffer from the absence and ill-considered substitutions for them. Whatever Grandma (or her surrogate in your life) fed you -- with some care exercised with meat products -- is probably pretty good, and especially the way she balanced the meals. She didn't over-think it, but she consolidated a few thousand years of trial and error pretty well, thank you very much.

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    Over medium, fried in butter or bacon grease.

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    Highly recommend. 9 min and the whites are firm and yolk is perfect. Called an egglette

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    I can't believe that nobody said this yet:

    Q: How Do You Like Your Eggs?
    A: Love Them Sons o' Bitches!

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    mso489 you may be right. Around here if you ask 5 doctors about the health benefits or downside of eggs, you get 5 different answers. And of course, if you ask the nutritionist he/she may have a totally different opinion from the 5 doctors. Screw them all, I love eggs Every so often we find quail eggs for sale, those are delicious.

    folanator pardon my ignorance, but how does that work? I would guess that you break the egg and pour in that plastic thing, and then the plastic thing goes in boiling water?

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    Fried in bacon grease.

    Those plastic abominations are for those who can't poach an egg. I believe they go into the micro-wave. Very sad!

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    They'd do the trick if I ran late and needed to make one at the office. I've even considered making eggs for lunch, but no feasible means to make them at the office that wouldn't piss off a fire marshall.

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    This

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    I think that the only reason bread exists is to be toasted to dip into a runny yolk. That said, I'm always iffy about ordering sunnyside up eggs at a restaurant. All too often, the eggs come out with uncooked whites around the yolk, which says to me that the cook, not the eggs, needs more seasoning.

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    scrambled with two extra yolks and heavy cream, some fresh chives

    Scrambled eggs with chives is a pleasure.

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    Fried in cast iron on a camp stove with a side of fried polenta/grits and brook trout.

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    Maddox, you crack the eggs and just spray a little pam or coat with butter so they don't stick. Then place in boiling water for 9 min if you like them runny, or 10 min if you like them firmer. As Greg said, I am not a fan of runny whites but like it when the yolks melt on the toast cheese and bacon.

    Perfect....now I'm hungry again.

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    Boiling food in a plastic bag isn't a good idea. The plasticizers leech out.

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    What blows my mind is that habit has sold us younger (under 90, ha ha) Americans on this idea that eggs have to be kept cold. But, I remember my grandmother keeping fresh eggs in the pantry, hundred of those things. And, I think that the US is the only place that refrigerates eggs. As much as I understand all of this... I just can't bring myself to let the eggs warm up. It's so ingrained that eggs "have" to be cold.

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    Part of the issue now, I would think, is in production of the eggs. They aren't produced like they used to be and are instead produced on such a scale and in mostly non-free range conditions that contaminants are more abundantly possible now. Also, eggs that are introduced to the cold, must be kept that way or you run the risk of increasing contaminants.

    I don't understand it either. I grew up with fresh eggs, having a chicken coup in the back yard. We had fresh eggs every morning and they were never refrigerated.

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    My understanding is that mass produced eggs are washed and that eliminates a protective membrane on the outer shell increasing the chance of bacteria entering the egg.

    Back in the 60's we would visit my great grandparents on a farm near Dyersburg, TN. and every morning they would grab eggs from the chicken coop before breakfast. What didn't get eaten for breakfast sat out on the table all day in a basket.

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    My understanding is that mass produced eggs are washed and that eliminates a protective membrane on the outer shell increasing the chance of bacteria entering the egg.

    I heard that too. I swear, leave it up to the FDA and the Department of Agriculture to make something unsafe by attempting to make it safer.

    What didn't get eaten for breakfast sat out on the table all day in a basket.

    Yep, or used to bake cakes and pies later in the day once my grandma decided we needed something sweet for after supper.

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    Hard boiled, then eaten by sprinkling lemon and salt on between each bite.

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    What I call "Egg Toast" or "Egg In A Basket". Put a hole in a piece of bread, drop in an egg and fry in butter. I add some crispy bacon when I chop it up.

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    Heck, chickens sit on eggs for 21 days, nice and warm, and they don't go bad.

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    Hey ray
    Around here we call those whole in the middles.
    And they are fantastic

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    Ray, my wife calls it a chicken nest.

    Woods, ...and day 21 you get a hybrid. Scrambled feathers or bloody omelettes.

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    Over easy!

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    What I call "Egg Toast" or "Egg In A Basket". Put a hole in a piece of bread, drop in an egg and fry in butter.

    We call them "One Eye Monsters". The kids loved them like that when they were little.

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    I recall when I was out in the bush and around the Chup'ik and Yup'ik folks that they would like gathering the duck and goose eggs after they had been incubated for awhile. Like to the point of a partially formed gosling inside the egg. Nice and chunky! Yum!

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    I order over easy when I'm out, but they're good any which way. I'm a little surprised no one has gone with soft boiled yet. You'd think that would be the pipe smoker's favorite: labor intensive and high maintenance.

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    Oh so many ways do I like my eggs! Two slices of bread with the center rounds cut out. Then fry all that in butter to crisp up on both sides and drop an egg in the hole. Nest eggs, farmers eggs or what ever you call them they're good. Three poached it a bowl, butter, chives, salt and pepper with hash and rye toast is a go to also.

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    Poached over scrapple is my current favorite, but when I was a kid, my dad would cube up buttered toast, put it in a mug and add two eggs over easy. Stir it up, add salt and pepper and you have the best before-school meal ever. Love them sons o' bitches!

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    Poached over scrapple

    Live(d) in or around Pennsylvania did you? I've only had scrapple once, but it was delicious. The girl I was dating at the time had an aunt from Pennsylvania. Learned it was Pennsylvania Dutch treat, very similar in nature to our liver mush/pudding, just with a little more of the remnants than just liver thrown in. It was pretty tasty stuff, when fried up right.

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    Yup. Born and raised Philadelphia. Every fall, the local Menonite churches have an Apple Butter Frolick, where you can see fresh scrapple being made, and get it served (loose, not fried) over bread with apple butter. I prefer it griddle fried, myself, with maple syrup.

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    I went to that same girls families church for something similar, but it didn't include the scrapple. It was simply just for making the apple butter, which was an all day affair. I loved it. All these little old women showed up and to thank me for stirring a big ass kettle full of apple butter for an entire day I was fed all the good food I could ever want. Plus it didn't hurt that I got to take home a whole case of apple butter. There's was always so damn good.

    Edit: Damn it! Now I'm in need of some scrapple with no where to know where I can even find it in NC. I think a loaf of some Neese's Liver Pudding might be in order, sliced and fried with some over easy eggs...

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    BTW, fried eggs are fried in butter. Salted butter. When I've been to England or Scotland I have been served eggs fried in motor oil or whatever it is they use for french fries and such. Not food!

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    carolinachurchwarden, PM me your address.

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    Ever eat their fried bread? It isn't too bad, if you're a hungry school lad.

    I wish I could eat soft-boiled, poached and fried eggs, but the scent of soft or runny egg yolk puts me off. Am I alone in this?

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    I like to dip my toast in the yolk. I can't eat an egg that's clear, slimey or snotty looking.

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    Hard Boiled with Salt and Pepper, or Well Done with the same, or maybe a sprinkling of Prince Albert over said dishes, for that woodsy, with a slight nuttiness down to earth flavor.


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    Do not leave me alone in a room with a plate of "deviled eggs!" Most especially if you will want one.

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    Cracked on the big end, of course.

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    I make breakfast burritos a lot. I’ll doctor up the scrambled eggs in different ways. Ham, churrizo, pickled jalapeños or green onions. Then re fried beans, cheese, sriracha sometimes. Another way I learned from my wife. Over easy egg over rice. You add a heaping tea spoon of oyster sauce on top. Then mix it all up and chow down. Kids love it. They also like Japanese omelette, hard boiled with salt or soy sauce hard boiled eggs. Luckily we keep chickens because the growing boys go through eggs like it’s nobody’s business.

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    Egg in a hole.

    Growing up in Hawaii, a popular dish was loco moco. A bed of rice with a burger, egg and gravy of some sort on top. Havnt had it in years but i loved it as a kid.

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    What I call "Egg Toast" or "Egg In A Basket"

    Called "Toad In A Hole" around here, only ever had it once.

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    It definitely depends on the rest of the dish. Can you imagine huevos rancheros with scrambled eggs? That would be a crime. I would say I most often go for over medium.

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    I always eat eggs in a basket on November 5th while watching V For Vendetta.

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    Fertile.

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    Scrambled or an omelette. So many different things you can add to each of those. But my favorite is scrambled with chorizo on a tortilla with cheese, salsa, and a bit of sour cream.... so freaking good!

    Arrrrr, shiver me timbers! International Talk Like a Pirate Day is September the 19th!!!
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