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Discussion in 'The Iron Chef' started by Scott Bushey, Jan 27, 2007.
It's been forever since I had eggs like that. My Mom used to make us eggs like that when we were kids. I used to really like them. She used to make poached eggs too and I haven't eaten them like that in years.
I love poached on toast!
Hmmm...Yummy. And I have those very cups! Funny enough, soft boiled eggs remind me of my childhood in Sicily. So strange what can trigger a memory eh?
Need some buttered toasted Italian bread to dip into it.
Better still on burned cheese on toast...making me hungry just thinking about it.
It sounds yummy. I will have to remember that.
Oh it is...make sure you use mature chedar cheese.
"Give it to us RAW...and wiggling!..."
I like my eggs over-easy, w/salt & pepper. Then you can sop up the yolk with your toast. Ummmmmm!
Let's not forget good ol' omellettes, I especially like mine made with left over veggies such as broccoli, asparagus, and even artichoke hearts...oh and yes, don't forget the cheese!
Ok...now I'm really hungry!!
mixed in with grits
or in a burrito
or as huevos rancheros
---I just love eggs
No. I like eggs two ways...scrambled w/cheese and topped with ketchup or an omlette with mushrooms, onions and ham.
That is our Sunday breakfast, with fruit and coffee cake.
We have those same cups, too. We found a place near here that has them.
It amazes me how hard those are to come by. Where I lived in Africa for 2 years they were "a dime a dozen", and also came in various shapes, colors and materials.
I'm with you all the way...
...up to this point where we may have to go our separate ways.
My favorite is a soft-boiled egg, served on a toasted bagel with a layer of provolone cheese and cut-up sausage links, then topped with sharp cheese, melted for 20 seconds in the microwave...yum, yum.
Wow, Bob, you got it down to an art! Sounds great.
And tomatoes and onions and bell peppers and . . .
As for the OP, I cannot bring myself to eat an egg that is still moving, although I did try putting an egg in a beer. Didn't impress me at all.
I watched my Uncle do that when I was a kid...I was impressed...I thought it was funny!
My Uncle is a nut!...and a Missouri Synod Lutheran!!
One of my favorites in the Sushi restaurant is quail egg.
I want that egg (and all the cholesteral that comes with it), but what I REALLY want is that cigar in your avatar!!!!!!!!!!
Like to see someone do that with Hummingbird eggs!
Sunny side up for me, with a scattered, smothered, covered and topped set of hash browns.
I have never had a poached egg. My stepfather wouldn't allow it...claimed it was unsafe to eat. But then, we always licked the cake batter off of the beaters. Go figure.
Grace, you will have to introduce me to this delicacy.
I too am with you (almost)
Scrambled w/cheese.....YUMMMMMMMM! Ketchup......
The omlette sounds yummy so long as everything is cut up fine. I don't like large chunks of onions or mushrooms. I think its a texture thing.
How about having your eggs this way?
Does anyone north of the mason dixon line eat huevos rancheros? My mother is convinced no one east of El Paso knows how to make an enchilada. I tend to agree. When we would go out to New Mexico we'd stop in at La Posta and get real enchiladas, stacked like pancakes, and if you like, with a fried egg on top. And red sauce you can't get in run of the mill TexMex. Longtime since I've had that. Mmmh. Anyone know if you can get a flat enchilada in Dallas?
Okay! I could gain weight on this and feel good about it!!!
Ome rice is one of the Jacobs Family favorites we brought back from 6 years living in Japan.
As a matter of fact. When I get off from work I'm going to go home and make some tonight.
That's the way, uh huh, uh huh, I LIKE IT (uh huh, uh huh)!
Hey good imitation of KC there!
unfortunately hinting at the era in which I grew up (complete with goldenrod and lime-green striped pants and big yellow-framed sunglasses...)
I love soft boiled in a cup. My favorite has to be poached egg on toast with a slice of ham and hollandaise sauce. Especially since I got a hold of a blender hollandaise sauce recipe. Perfect hollandaise in about 3 mins. Creamy and wonderful. Anybody want the recipe?