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    All things Eggs

    Obviously, we can make many different simple meals and dishes with a common, affordable, easy to cook item: the egg.

    Please add your own!

    I'm eating 3 eggs w/ yoke 6 days a week and I'm looking for variety in how I make them, what combinations I mix them with different foods.

    Here's a good one. Simple, quick, and booty-licious.

    Semi-omellete, semic scrambled with gralic and cheese.


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    I make many types of frittata. Here is just one of many. Can put just about anything you have around in a frittata.

    Summer Squash Frittata Recipe | MyRecipes.com Mobile

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    A simple, quick, and delicious egg dish is poached egg on steamed asparagus with a sprinkle of Parmesan cheese. If feeling decadent, add crumbled bacon or a sprinkle of thyme.

    Mmmm. Poached eggs.

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    A merger with Mumsnet surely can't be far off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cold Pizza
    Simple, quick
    Kinda sums up.. You...... and your lazy assed everything nicked off You Tube approach to threads.

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    Duck eggs [not the processed store bought variety]

    Lovely. Rich in flavour.
    Slightly on the gamey side if not accustomed.


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    Duck eggs great for souffles.

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    Where the fvck is egg sardi gone

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    Quote Originally Posted by thaimeme View Post
    Duck eggs [not the processed store bought variety]

    Lovely. Rich in flavour.
    Slightly on the gamey side if not accustomed.

    My duck raising neighbor keeps me in fresh eggs. They are great until the ducks get fed some fish meal, then !

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    An egg pizza. Crust of made out of eggs.

    This guy tries to be funny, but he does a good presentation. He adds pepperoni and the usual toppings on it.


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    Fried egg sarnie, bye bye hangover

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    I love poached eggs on toast. Me mum made them occasionally, but I've never cooked them - until now!


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    I was always under the impression that eggs weren't very healthy. High in cholesterol and to be eaten sparingly.

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    More youtube crap. Post up something you made asshole.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cujo View Post
    I was always under the impression that eggs weren't very healthy. High in cholesterol and to be eaten sparingly.
    Eggs do not raise your cholesterol.

    Eggs are actually very healthy and the "unhealthy" myths have been debunked.


    Eggs away!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cujo View Post
    I was always under the impression that eggs weren't very healthy. High in cholesterol and to be eaten sparingly.
    Me too. That is an enduring idea, until pretty recently.

    Good Eggs: For Nutrition, They're Hard to Beat

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    Plain old eggs, Fried are nice.



    Or an omelette.



    Potatoes go well with eggs.


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    Had almost same tor dinner last night

    Spanish omelette, cottage fries and chorizo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bsnub View Post
    More youtube crap. Post up something you made asshole.
    You are misunderstanding this thread (no surprise).

    Dirty Dog, has posted many youtube recipes.

    See here --> The Kitchen Video Recipes - TeakDoor.com - The Thailand Forum


    Better to put an egg dish recipe here than separate them all.


    Lay off the booze.

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    I ate a boiled egg yesterday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neverna View Post
    I ate a boiled egg yesterday.
    So tell us Neverna: how do you hard boil your eggs?

    I started this technique about 2 years ago. A little different than what I did in the past.

    Now I:

    Get the pot of water to a rapid boil, off with the lid.

    Put the eggs in, but do not change the temperature.

    Lid stays off.

    I boil the eggs for 9:00 - temp off - scoop each egg with a ladel into a semi-cold ice bath.

    The middle of the yoke is a like moist, so it's sort of a mild/mini soft boil.


    Complete.

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    Oeufs Florentines

    Poached eggs with spinach. A good brunch meal.

    Boiling eggs, i put them in cold water and bring to the boil.

    Smoke a cig and the eggs are done!! I like mine runny so i can dip my marmite soldiers in.

    I think i spelt oeufs wrong?! Ooufs. Sound more posh that eggs. And probably costs twice the price in a restaurant. With the Gallic twist.
    Last edited by patsycat; 04-05-2016 at 04:59 PM.

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    put a dab of butter in a small rice bowl crack an egg in it, add a dash of salt and some finely chopped cilantro or parsley, give it a little whisk with a fork then bung it in the microwave for approx 1 minute.

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