How do you like your eggs?

Caiphus

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I like my eggs like I like my women

Warm, soft, and in my mouth
 

Diddy_Mao

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Scrambled, Fried (Over Medium), Soft Boiled, Poached and/or Deviled.

Usually with Toast, Potatoes or Biscuits.
 

GeneralBigG

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I like my eggs like I like my women...
With lots of soldiers dunked in them
 

Tsun Tzu

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I prefer mine between cheese, bacon, and sadness, please.

Heavy on the bacon and sadness. Light on the cheese.

Note: In this thought experiment, sadness is embodied by "toast."
 

giles

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All this "I like my eggs like I like my women" ... and I don't like eggs at all...
 

Barbas

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On a plate with rice, char siu and soy sauce. A good way to start the morning.

Jux said:
Over easy with tabasco sauce and black pepper. And don't leave out the steak, texas toast or orange juice.
That sounds absolutely m***erf***ing delicious.
 

The White Hunter

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Barbas said:
On a plate with rice, char siu and soy sauce. A good way to start the morning.

Jux said:
Over easy with tabasco sauce and black pepper. And don't leave out the steak, texas toast or orange juice.
That sounds absolutely m***erf***ing delicious.
I must start eating that for breakfast.
 

templar1138a

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I guess the term is over hard. I put them in the pan, use the spatula to break the yolks, salt them lightly, then fry them until they get brown and crispy. I don't know how to effectively communicate this to wait staff, so when I have eggs in a restaurant, I just order them scrambled.
 

Me55enger

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My eggs must be eggcellent, no yolk.

And like my women: small, unstampted and tasteless.
 

Brutal Peanut

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Poached - over rice (cooked in chicken or beef stock), with steamed or roasted vegetables on the side. It's a standard meal at our house. I think it's puuuuurdy good. However, if I'm lazy that day, we'll have them over-easy.
 

TallanKhan

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I am a big fan of eggs but if I had to choose one in particular I would say: sliced in sandwiches.

Or fried, I do love me some artery clogging goodness.
 

Zombie_Fish

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I like my eggs like I like my women.

I prefer sausages.

Serious answer: Scrambled is my favourite, though I really want to try this omelette recipe [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fIfoazNdrCY] at some point.
 

Colour Scientist

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I like my eggs like I like my women...

In the freezer

[sub][sub]I realise someone already basically posted this but bah to them, bah I say![/sub][/sub]
 

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Fried over hard and seasoned with black pepper, a pinch of sea salt and chives. If I have the option, garnish with bacon baked at 350º for 15 minutes after being marinated in a turkey gravy demi-glace over night.

Daddy likes his bacon chewy. Mmm, bacon.
 

omega 616

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You know that joke of "I would like pepper ... more ... more ... more ... more ... more ... too much take it back!", like that but without the take it back and scrambled!

I used to get like 12 large eggs, scramble them all in one go, then add a fuck tonne of white pepper, I mean just an obscene amount (so it made my lips tingle) and just eat that! Haven't done it in a while, might do it tomorrow now.
 

Jeff Gibson

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Incubated. And then raised. And then beheaded. And then plucked. And then cut up. And then put onto a grill. And then put onto a bun. Damn, it's gonna take a while...

Scrambled.
 

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Fried and with cheese in a toast sandwich. Though some restaurants do scrambled eggs that I gobble up.