Over hard, break the yolks. Deviled. Hard boiled. Scrambled. Omelet. Is it time for breakfast yet!?!? 8^ )
I like sunny side up – no pressure on the cook. I also prefer runny yolks. My better half likes them like hockey pucks. Consequently I’m done with mine before herself even starts.
Runny yolks hard with whites completely done.
The answer here is for Luddie to have competition in the eating department.More than one cat in the house, usually, never leads to a fussy cat. At one time with many cats (taken in as homeless, spayed or neutered, and living together reasonably happily) in the home, there was never any argument as to whether they would eat the offerings of the evening. I’m sure they knew that if they didn’t eat, one of the others would.
If my Arlo says he can eat fifty eggs, he can eat fifty eggs.
Arlo’s smile makes me think that he prefers Janis’ eggs to cackle fruit.
One of my cats likes to have variety like Ludwig. The other one would eat anything that didn’t eat him first.
I had eggs for breakfast once in Portugal and there was a light green tinge to the yolk. No problem with the taste. Must have been something in their feed.
Poor Luddie. Arlo gets to order a la carte. For Luddie, it’s always the same du jour.
I like my eggs ova.
Sunny side up and ‘snotty’!
What? I never get half of this strip.
A whole week? More like one feeding and then they get finicky.
I like them sunny side up with no runny egg white!
With bacon, hash browns, biscuits and gravy please…..
When I get silk, my husband makes me soft boiled eggs and sourdough with garlic and parmesan toast “soldiers” to dip in my egg yolks. I dearly love that.
My father-in-law said if they get hungry enough they’ll eat potato peelings.
When my eldest daughter was a little girl I’d ask her if she wanted her eggs over easy and smashed. She’d say “yes, thanks dad”. Me, I’ve always been sunny side up.
I’m having that issue with my senior cat, sigh…
When my relatives came for a visit, I couldn’t get my young niece to eat eggs no matter how I fixed them. When she became a teen, she couldn’t wait to tell me that she finally ate eggs and she remembered how hard I tried to make her like them. (:~D)
dippy eggs over easy
Our local independent grocery store sold eggs that often had double yolks. They made delicious cookies.
But scrambled eggs aren’t fried eggs aren’t poached eggs aren’t omelettes. Mixed grill shreds are mixed grill shreds are mixed grill shreds.
Cook them anyway.
simply mark shell with a pencil on hers & start hers 3 min. before yours.