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Poll: The best way to enjoy eggs is--
  • 24.4% - Scrambled 142
  • 6.2% - Poached 36
  • 18.4% - Over-Easy 107
  • 14.5% - Over-Medium 84
  • 4.1% - Over-Hard 24
  • 4.8% - Hard Boiled 28
  • 1.2% - Soft Boiled 7
  • 6% - As Egg Salad 35
  • 5.9% - In a Quiche 34
  • 6.5% - Sunny Side Up 38
  • 7.9% - Another Way 46
581 votes

Well, how do you fare compared to the Zeitgeist? Chat up your fellow wooters and let us know how lame this poll was or what obvious choices we missed. For example: Was this poll a) STUPID, b) DUMB, c) POINTLESS or d) ALL OF THE ABOVE?

sillstaw


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Omelette.

ardubu


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sillstaw wrote:Omelette.



+1

Ah, the hell with it.

Calgaltoal


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Frittata, I thought I invented it. I made it one day, only having eggs, an onion, 4 slices of bacon, a pepper and cheese. I assembled it after sautéing veggies and put it in the oven. I saw one the next month on a cooking show. Basically quiche without crust.

SteveCarl


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sillstaw wrote:Omelette.



absolutely

olperfesser


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sillstaw wrote:Omelette.



Definitely.

Inatangle


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Too many good choices. I wanted to vote for at least four of them.

jegandy


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Benedict. At the Terrace Point restaurant at the Wynn hotel in Vegas. Bar none. Worth the trip.

glynis37


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Another vote for fritatta. But, I confess that I usually cook my eggs in one of those slightly obscene vertical cookers so I can fix breakfast at my desk.

TaylorSwiftsHaircut


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glynis37 wrote:Another vote for fritatta. But, I confess that I usually cook my eggs in one of those slightly obscene vertical cookers so I can fix breakfast at my desk.



What is this device you speak of?

cainemarko


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The only way, in a chocolate cake!

moles1138


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Yes

Plus Fritatta & Deviled.

lumikko


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jegandy wrote:Benedict. At the Terrace Point restaurant at the Wynn hotel in Vegas. Bar none. Worth the trip.



Goldy's Breakfast Bistro in Boise has the best Benedicts ever.

bonessasan


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+1 to deviled.

jcbroyes


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sillstaw wrote:Omelette.


I am +4 as so many have added to this. I like mine with plenty of ham & cheese, some onion, & of course-BACON!

revoluciano


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DEVILED!

avsfan80526


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Poached... Benedict.

avsfan80526


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jegandy wrote:Benedict. At the Terrace Point restaurant at the Wynn hotel in Vegas. Bar none. Worth the trip.



I must try this! Best Benedict I've had is at Rise restaurant.

sharonkay


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sillstaw wrote:Omelette.



Ditto! Ham & Cheese --dry--and if it happened to have some bacon...that's ok too!

How about you?

luchmine1


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sillstaw wrote:Omelette.



+ another 1

PocketBrain


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Fritatta, now that I know what it is called. I thought I invented it, too. I called it a "baked omelette." My Mom called it "the Umlaut."

Thanks to up-to-the-minute tracking, I don't track my package so much as stalk it.

moles1138


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PocketBrain wrote:Fritatta, now that I know what it is called. I thought I invented it, too. I called it a "baked omelette." My Mom called it "the Umlaut."



Omlette - French
Fritatta - Italian
Umlaut - German

no1


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furiously licking the delivery chute

samsmom


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Calgaltoal wrote:Frittata, I thought I invented it. I made it one day, only having eggs, an onion, 4 slices of bacon, a pepper and cheese. I assembled it after sautéing veggies and put it in the oven. I saw one the next month on a cooking show. Basically quiche without crust.



That sounds good, but I make an Italian fritatta that my grandmother used to make. Left over spaghetti with eggs bacon and cheese. We sometimes top it with tomato sauce. It's like a spaghetti egg pie!

tadpole51


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Hatched, raised about six weeks, dipped in buttermilk, floured, and deep fat fried.

snarkyman


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Baked in a cake

Inatangle


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Eggs are delicious, but not for an entire week. How about another poll?

jegandy


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lumikko wrote:Goldy's Breakfast Bistro in Boise has the best Benedicts ever.



Yeah, Boise is way more fun than Las Vegas. /sarc

LaurieMyers


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SCRAMBLED EGGS----OR MICROWAVE IN A BOWL 3 EGGS, ADD 1/2 ONION CHOPPED, 1/2 GREEN, YELLOW AND/OR RED PEPPERS, COLOR IS "HEALTHY", 1 TSP OF COCONUT OIL, 1/2 TSP GREEK SEASONING, APPROX 1/3 PLUS LITTLE MORE OF YOUR FAVORITE CHEESE, STIR UP WELL, COVER W/PLASTIC WRAP---MICRO FOR 4 1/2 TO 5 MIN. LET SIT FOR 2 MIN--STIR UP WELL----TASTE & ADD WHAT YOU FEEL IT NEEDS---SALF/PEPPER MORE GREEK SEASONING.....EAT 1/2 FOR BREAKFAST & COVER IN FRIDGE FOR LUNCH OR AFTERNOON SNACK. YUMMY!!!!

TwentyCarlo


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cainemarko wrote:The only way, in a chocolate cake!



This is the straight and simple truth, in cake!