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How ya want ya eggs?
1. Scrambled 0%  0%  [ 0 ]
2. Hawd berled 0%  0%  [ 0 ]
3. Sunny side up 0%  0%  [ 0 ]
4. Omelette 20%  20%  [ 2 ]
5. Over easy 10%  10%  [ 1 ]
6. Over medium 10%  10%  [ 1 ]
7. Over hawd 0%  0%  [ 0 ]
8. Poached 10%  10%  [ 1 ]
9. Deviled 50%  50%  [ 5 ]
10. Soft berled 0%  0%  [ 0 ]
Total votes : 10
 
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 Post subject: Lollygram - Favorite Form of Eggs
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Choose only one. Sorry, no pitchas, and I really changed Lolly's cherces.

And after a couple of votes including mines, I edited the list to add soft berled.

That wiped out all the prior voting, so if you voted before, vote again.


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 Post subject: Re: Lollygram - Favorite Form of Eggs
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As voted: Deviled-- and one of the few times I'll use mustard with eggs: a mix of mynez and hot mustard and with a skee dash of Crystal's. T'row in some chopped salad shrimp, thank you!


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An "omelet" is a very wide ranging description for me. It means put all sorts of things in a medium pan:
-meats - bacon, ham, beef, chicken, salmon,
-veggies - onions (all colors), celery, bell peppers, carrots, cabbage, spinach, tomatoes,
-cheeses, herbs, salt, pepper,
all chopped or sliced or diced, then fry, braze, or cook in some way,
then add an appropriate amount of beaten eggs to bind it all together.
Cook very slow with a lid and serve.
I generally don't repeat, but try a different combination of stuff each time.


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 Post subject: Re: Lollygram - Favorite Form of Eggs
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I'm not that fond of eggs but I do like deviled eggs. Dats how I voted.


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 Post subject: Re: Lollygram - Favorite Form of Eggs
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Heh! The Stuff and Thangs that some ears might hear when food is the subject: Well, a double "Heh" (Heh! Heh!), SharkysPal: Umma-lete this this out; and I ain't cracking wise! Some weeks back, I rolled up to one of my favorite places to eat, a diner. seemed new to the area; but I hadn't been that way since a few. Turns out, it had only been there about five-six months. It was a few miles from two vocational schools, which might explain My "Heh! Heh!'s up there. I placed my order which included "A Denver Omelete...." "Uh, sir. Say again?"

"Denver Omelete," I quizzically replied. "Well, that is not on our menu, sir"

"Yes, but your menu reads '...And omelets, to order.' "So, I'll try this one. May I have a Western Omelete?"

The waitress, seemingly exasperated to no end, said, "Sir, let me get my chef-- oh, er, no, my manager."

After his inquiry and my response, he said something along the lines of 'I've heard of a Denver omelet before but not that other one you mentioned. But what is it you want in your omelet?" I explained.

Said he: "Well all of that comes under our 'Build Your Own Omelete Section.'"

I suppose that those two terms are Yesterday's News to some of these Whippersnappers....(Pssst: Between Y'awll and me and the telephone post, the word on the streets is that (and I can certify) the chain, iHOP, known for its generous portions, serves up a Denver Omelete that, for some, requires a geaux box!

For truth in posting, I do recall, while traveling Hither and Yon that some iHOP outlets used the term "The Colorado Omelete."...So, well, maybe might oughta ease up on those Whippersnappers.


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 Post subject: Re: Lollygram - Favorite Form of Eggs
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:( :( :(

Why Ya gotta an X by Poached

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aboy wrote:
:( :( :(

Why Ya gotta an X by Poached

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I don't gotta x by poached. You do. It's the poll software showing you how you voted. I gotta x by deviled.


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aboy, chawlie, y'all are CRACKing me up.


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