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Voting closed: April 21, 2013, 06:51:35 AM
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Quote from: Luci45 on April 14, 2013, 11:34:41 AMQuote from: wonderfullyanonymous on April 14, 2013, 11:22:43 AMmy kids love chicken in a basketI forgot that one! We even ate at a resaurant once that offered them. Real butter, of course. They even did it right and toasted the center circle and left it askew on top.I felt like a kid again.I know what is for lunch!I think Chicken in a Basket was what we called egg in a hole when I was a child. Now I want that for lunch and we have everything to make it. Z
Quote from: wonderfullyanonymous on April 14, 2013, 11:22:43 AMmy kids love chicken in a basketI forgot that one! We even ate at a resaurant once that offered them. Real butter, of course. They even did it right and toasted the center circle and left it askew on top.I felt like a kid again.I know what is for lunch!
my kids love chicken in a basket
There should be an option for "all of the above"
Basted.You can still have a nice runny yolk while the egg white is cooked all the way through (no runny white on top.)Especially yummy when cooked in bacon grease and the edges of the white gets crispy.
I didn't vote because you didn't have an "Anyway at All" button. Eggs are delicious. I will eat them almost any way. However, my favorite is sort of fried. I use only a little oil and/or a tiny dab of butter. Heat, then add the eggs. Cook gently. I like the undersides with a sort of crust or soft, but the whites have to be cooked to just firm and the yolks still liquid. That's perfection. If I make an omelet, it has to be what I term "French Firmness," that is, just barely set. I don't like overcooked eggs.I haven't bought eggs at the market for at least five years now. I buy them from a woman at a local feed store who has chickens. The eggs are unwashed so they sit on the counter. A couple of years ago my doctor told me to cut out salt temporarily so I stopped topping my eggs with salt and Tabasco. But a few months later he said to go back to as much salt as I wanted. In the meantime I had become used to not salting food at the table and never did. I eat the eggs plain, and I have to say that I love them. They taste wonderful without any additions.
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