I prefer scrambled, with sauteed onions and ham. My mom always used to make them this way, and it brings back good memories. Also it's delicious.
You had a perfectly good opportunity to write "eggs for feggs" and you've squandered it. Shame on you.eggs = for feegs
eggs taste like ass and smell like my piss bottle collection.
Yes different animal eggs do taste different but in my experience not by much, Some are more meaty tasting others more musky or oily. The duck eggs I've had were basically identical to chicken eggs, just smaller since they haven't been industrialized to produce monster eggs. Ostrich eggs are good, when I tried them they were lower in sulfur than chicken eggs with a firm more protein-ish texture, but good luck finding 6 other people to share with. I've been told this has more to do with what you've fed the bird than what kind of bird it is though.Question: Do eggs from other birds or even animals taste different? Could you make a crocodile omelette? What's the right way to prepare duck eggs?
Eggs Benedict, if I want to impress a lady friend or just don't mind destroying the kitchen first thing in the morning. Just for myself, I cook them over medium, with the yolk halfway between runny and gooey. Fried in bacon grease, of course. Sometimes if I'm feeling spicy I'll make huevos rancheros. Scotch eggs are also badass.
First time I've ever heard of Eggs Benedict or Skotch eggs, they sound delightful. Thanks for furthering my culinary horizon, can't wait to try to make some in my trusty kitchen!Eggs Benedict, if I want to impress a lady friend or just don't mind destroying the kitchen first thing in the morning. Just for myself, I cook them over medium, with the yolk halfway between runny and gooey. Fried in bacon grease, of course. Sometimes if I'm feeling spicy I'll make huevos rancheros. Scotch eggs are also badass.
sunny side up Cooked on one side only, until the egg white is set, but the yolk remains liquid. This is often known simply as eggs up. Gently splashing the hot cooking oil or fat over the sunny side uncooked white (i.e., basting) may be done to thoroughly cook the white. Covering the frying pan with a lid during cooking (optionally adding a cover and half-teaspoon of water just before finishing) allows for a less "runny" egg, and is an alternative method to flipping for cooking an egg over easy (this is occasionally called sunny side down or basted). Sunny side up eggs are also commonly referred to as dippy eggs or dip eggs by Marylanders, by Pennsylvania Dutch people living in central Pennsylvania, in parts of Ohio, and in Pittsburgh mainly due to the practice of dipping toast into the yolk while eating. This term is also occasionally used in Canada.
Ha ha. It's funny how many people buy hens then suddenly realize that the eggs are covered in shit and they are like I'm not eating that.I actually had to teach my parents how to properly cook eggs. They overcook EVERYTHING, eggs included. It doesn't take very long to scramble some tasty eggs or fry up one over-easy. They were the first thing I learned how to cook.
I love hard-cooked too, for snacking.
Fresh, straight-from-the-chicken's-ass eggs are the best if you have access to them. They cook differently then refrigerated eggs, you can make the most perfect sunny-side-up egg with one.