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    A cheap easy breakfast!

    I got laughing in another thread and said I should start one here.

    Butter, bread, and egg.

    Can't get much better and easier than this. I did add a little smoked salt to mine and that brought it up a notch.

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    One tip for eggs, or any use of a pan, is to heat the pan first the add butter. Makes a world of difference for decreasing sticking.

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    My Mom called them Moons over Miami. Always a good quick snack when all else sounds like drek.
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    I love over-easy on top of toast. Gotta try this. Butter. Mebbe lightly toast one side, flip, add egg.
    Til right.
    Should work? About 3 ofem.......Bacon will be required.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sharptonn View Post
    I love over-easy on top of toast. Gotta try this. Butter. Mebbe lightly toast one side, flip, add egg.
    Til right.
    Should work? About 3 ofem.......Bacon will be required.
    Back when I was in Boy Scouts we'd butter the bread on both sides, then cut a circle out of the middle and put the bread circle in a pan to brown on both sides and after they were all done we'd put the bread with the hole in the same pan but buttered then put the bread in and then crack the egg into the hole.

    Once the egg had started to 'set' we'd flip it over for just a bit and then remove it.

    Took awhile but damn was it good.
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    Nice job Tim!
    Me, if I’m doing over easy, it’s like Tim showed, but my kids like sunny up so they toast one side then flip and add the egg, salt bacon etc..
    Good stuff either way.
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    whats sunny side up mean?
    over easy must mean undercooked.

    I thought i was the king of scrambled eggs until i met my girlfriend. She cooks them with spring onions ,chinese style.
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    Sunny side up is only cooked from one side.

    Over easy is flipped and quickly cooked to seal both sides but the yolk is still raw.
    Tim

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    I like my eggs cooked solid. What's that called?
    I cannot deal with the aftertaste of yolk nower days.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JOB15 View Post
    I like my eggs cooked solid. What's that called?
    I cannot deal with the aftertaste of yolk nower days.
    Overcooked
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