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10 Great Ways to Cook Eggs - Easy, Different Egg Recipes

Watching her mom as a kid, Vicki came by cooking easily. Kids Cook Monday offers simple recipes kids can help with.

Eggs, eggs, eggs!

I love eggs. There are so many different ways to cook eggs. I love their versatility, and I love their price. Eggs are usually pretty cheap. Right now I have three dozen eggs in my refrigerator, because my favorite grocery store, Aldi, keeps selling them for 65 cents. 65 cents per dozen! That's unheard of. How can I pass them up?

Needless to say, I've been eating a lot of eggs. A quick scramble, over-easy, an omelet, whatever. Sometimes I put the scrambled ones in a tortilla wrap. With so many eggs in my fridge, I'm got to be creative to use them up. When the price goes up past 65 cents, perhaps I'll move on to something else to eat for a while, but for now . . . it's eggs!

Sometimes folding the omelet can be tricky. What I do is load the filling on one side of the omelet. That way, you can easily get your spatula under the empty side to fold it over.

Sometimes folding the omelet can be tricky. What I do is load the filling on one side of the omelet. That way, you can easily get your spatula under the empty side to fold it over.

10 Different Ways to Cook Eggs

Eggs really are one of the most versatile foods around. They can be used in recipes for baked goods or casseroles, but they also stand alone as a great food by themselves. I can make a whole meal out of them. I already mentioned that they are cheap. They are also low in calories--depending on how they are made. Here are ten of my favorite ways to cook eggs.

1. Scrambled Eggs

This is easy. Throw several eggs in a non-stick pan, pour in a little bit of milk, and mix. Stir occasionally until eggs are thickened. Add salt and pepper to taste. You can also spice scrambled eggs up with chopped jalapenos or tomatoes, and even top them off with cheese or salsa.

2. Egg Over-Easy (or fried)

Well, we called it a fried egg where I grew up. Put an egg in grease or oil and cook it on both sides until cooked. I always liked them cooked just enough to cook the white part but leave the yolk soft. Others like them cooked longer so that the yolk hardens. You pick! Then add salt and pepper to taste.

A fried egg might be “country talk” for an egg over-easy, which involves cooking an egg on one side, and then turning it over once during the cooking process. An egg that is cooked sunny-side up is not turned, but some cooks baste the top by splashing the oil up onto the yolk.

Get your own Nonstick Egg Poacher

3. Poached Eggs

I didn’t really discover the wonderfulness of poached eggs until I was an adult--and now? I love them! I feel I've been missing out all these years! My boyfriend (now ex) made them for me, and I was hooked. I bought a four-egg poacher for myself. The eggs go into round holders in the pan, and water boils underneath. I bought a poacher for my boyfriend since he loved making them, and sadly, the eggs stuck like crazy. The poacher pan I had bought at Aldi worked great, so when my b/f became an ex, I was glad that I had kept my own poacher so that I wouldn't have to depend on him for delicious poached eggs.

Take the eggs out when they are just past the slimy stage. Eat them with a little salt and pepper. Also, try mixing them with crushed crackers.That's my favorite way. You can also try them with cut up toast for variety.

Chef Paul shows you how to make a poached egg if you don't have an egg poacher.

My Favorite Omelets

Everyone needs an omelet pan!

4. Omelets

Omelets are a bit more complicated, but, boy, are they yummy! I like to take three eggs for a good-sized omelet. Mix eggs with a little milk. Pour into non-stick pan sprayed with cooking spray. Cook slowly so as not to burn. Have your ingredients ready beforehand that you want to put in your omelet. Once the bottom of the omelet starts to hold together, you can add your fillings.

The possibilities are endless. Use any combination of cheese, mushrooms, bell peppers, onions, scallions, tomatoes, jalapenos, black or green olives, bacon, ham, or any other of your favorite fillers. Be creative. I love a spinach and cheese omelet! Take spatula and fold one side of omelet onto the other side. Let it cook until egg is no longer runny. You can top your creation with sour cream (my personal favorite), salsa, or even a Hollandaise sauce.

5. Boiled Eggs

If you can boil water, you can make this easy treat. Put water in a pan, bring water to a boil, and boil as many eggs as you want for seven minutes. Perfect every time.

Eat these eggs plain or chop up in salads. Boiled eggs make an excellent quick high-protein breakfast. You can also make deviled eggs or egg salad and other “salads,” which I will discuss shortly.

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6. Fried Egg Sandwich

Simple and filling! Just fry an egg like we talked about earlier. Cook it enough so that the yolk isn’t too soft and spilling out of your sandwich. Put the egg between two pieces of your favorite bread with mayonnaise (or Miracle Whip, if that’s your preference). Add cheese, if you’d like. Even a thin piece of ham is tasty on an egg sandwich. Make your own egg sandwich once, and you will be hooked!

Deviled Egg Serving Plate

7. Deviled Eggs

These little "devils" sure are tasty! Run cold water over your boiled eggs. Peel and half them. Separate yolk with spoon. Mix with mayo, a squirt of mustard, and sweet pickle relish (to your taste). Add salt and pepper. Spoon into halved egg whites. Sprinkle with paprika.

Oh, I love these little guys. I could eat a whole tray of them myself!

And is it worth it to have a deviled egg tray to serve these guys in? I think so. I inherited an old ceramic deviled egg plate from my mom, and since then my step-mother has given me a plastic container with a lid that's great to take places. My brother even borrowed it! I make deviled eggs enough that I think it's worth it to have specialized containers.

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8. Egg (and other) Salads

For egg salad, chop up your boiled eggs with mayo, a squirt of mustard, salt and pepper, and your choice of the following: sweet or dill relish, chopped dill pickles, or green olives. I’ve tried them all, and they are all excellent…or should I say eggs-cellent! For other "salads," follow these instructions, but add ham, chicken, turkey, or tuna, to make ham

9. French Toast

With French toast, you don’t taste the egg as much, but this is a great treat! Mix up about one egg per two or three pieces of bread. Add milk and vanilla flavoring to egg mixture. Sop bread with it and fry in small amount of oil or cooking spray. Turn to get both sides browned. Sprinkle with cinnamon and/or powdered sugar. Top with syrup.

Eggs Poll


Now we’re getting more complicated. Find recipes in your favorite cookbooks or through Google searches if you want to challenge yourself with these egg recipes.

I’ve made several quiches. They’re not really difficult. They just take a little more time and sometimes more ingredients.

When you search for a recipe online, type in the ingredients you want in a quiche, breakfast casserole, or other item. I have a favorite spinach quiche with Swiss cheese that I love to make any time!

What have I left out? What are some of your favorite ways to cook eggs? There are so many different ways! Whatever you decide upon, enjoy your eggs!


Tony Sky from London UK on May 17, 2020:

I clicked "other" in the poll, as I like the occasional raw egg!

Organic of course!

peachy from Home Sweet Home on May 17, 2020:

i have never hands on poach eggs.

gonna try.this weekend

lovely hub

Victoria Lynn (author) from Arkansas, USA on August 20, 2017:

Angel, french toast is awesome! Make it!

Angel Guzman from Joliet, Illinois on June 19, 2017:

I never knew how to make french toast before. Great read! :)

Victoria Lynn (author) from Arkansas, USA on March 19, 2015:

Kristen--8 times to hard boil eggs? Just had to get the timing right, I guess? There are certainly lots of eggscellent (ha!) ways to make eggs!

Kristen Howe from Northeast Ohio on March 09, 2015:

Great hub on how to cook eggs. It took me 8 times to hard boil eggs. I would try the others, one dish at a time.

Victoria Lynn (author) from Arkansas, USA on October 10, 2014:

Thanks so much for sharing, sunilkunnoth2012!

Victoria Lynn (author) from Arkansas, USA on October 05, 2014:

You're welcome, vocalcoach! The eggs were 69 cents for a while. Now they're a whopping 90 cents! Awesome! They never get above much more than a dollar. I love that store. And I love eggs! Thanks for reading!

Victoria Lynn (author) from Arkansas, USA on October 05, 2014:

Better Yourself--I love eggs, too! so many different ways. Thanks for the comments!

Victoria Lynn (author) from Arkansas, USA on October 05, 2014:

DreamerMeg, those sound like neat omelet alternatives! I especially like the idea of cream cheese!

Victoria Lynn (author) from Arkansas, USA on October 02, 2014:

Perspycacious--$3 or the omelet maker??? Wow! I love omelets!!!!! And easy cleaning!

Sunil Kumar Kunnoth from Calicut (Kozhikode, South India) on September 30, 2014:

Good job. I just loved it and wish to share with my friends.

Victoria Lynn (author) from Arkansas, USA on September 30, 2014:

Melinda--I love the fried egg sandwich. I have one almost every week!

Audrey Hunt from Pahrump NV on September 30, 2014:

I wish we had an Aldi's in my area. Sixty-nine cents for a dozen eggs is amazing. Thanks Vickie for these great ways to fix these high protein healthy wonders. Sharing.

Better Yourself from North Carolina on September 29, 2014:

I sure do love the incredible, edible egg :) And picking a favorite way of eating it is tough b/c I enjoy them all! Great hub!

DreamerMeg from Northern Ireland on September 29, 2014:

I love eggs done any way, but especially in an omelette.I like to do my omelette very quickly, without adding milk and then adding a filling such as cream cheese in a dollop just before turning it out. With this technique, you move the egg around in the frying pan to get the bottom to set faster (without actually turning it into scrambled eggs). Once the bottom has set, the omelette is almost ready and needs very little more cooking. I have also done scrambled eggs in the microwave. They take 90 seconds and the bowl is easier to clean than a saucepan. I whisk up 3 eggs in a glass jug, add a knob of butter and seasoning to taste, then put on "high" for 90 seconds. I stop it at one minute and mix it up well, then return for the rest of the time. You may need to experiment a little with the timings in your microwave.

Demas W Jasper from Today's America and The World Beyond on September 28, 2014:

I have come across, and now have, a microwaveable omelet maker which will do omelets in 3.5 minutes for duck or chicken eggs, two at a time with ingredients. and almost as importantly: it cleans easily, and is ready for the next omelet. Price: about $3.

Melinda Longoria MSM from Garland, Texas on September 28, 2014:

Yummy! All these ideas sound great. One staple in my house is the fried egg sandwich. When we run out of lunch meat, that's what's for lunch. :-)

Victoria Lynn (author) from Arkansas, USA on September 28, 2014:

Have fun, peachpurple! I love eggs!!!

peachy from Home Sweet Home on September 25, 2014:

wow, you have named all those methods that i will bookmark into my list. thanks n voted up

Victoria Lynn (author) from Arkansas, USA on March 21, 2014:

anonymous--The eggs were fine. It was a special they ran for a while. They are back up in price now, unfortunately. :-( Thank for commenting!

anonymous on March 21, 2014:

I cannot imagine that your eggs are of good quality at 65 cents a dozen. Remember you are what you eat!

Victoria Lynn (author) from Arkansas, USA on September 05, 2013:

bestentryDSLR--Yes, there are so many things to do with eggs!

bestentryDSLR on September 05, 2013:

It's crazy to me how eggs taste differently based on the way they are prepared. I will have to try some of these different types of eggs. Thanks! Voted up!

Victoria Lynn (author) from Arkansas, USA on July 14, 2013:

This hub used to get over 100 views per day! My best hub! What has happened? Enjoy some eggs, people. heehee :-)

Victoria Lynn (author) from Arkansas, USA on December 17, 2012:

Thanks, vocalcoach for the read and shares! I love eggs just about any way. Even runny is fine, as long as it isn't the white part. :-)

Audrey Hunt from Pahrump NV on December 16, 2012:

Thanks so much Victoria for all of these delectable egg recipes. I am mad about eggs as long as they are cooked well done. And the fact that eggs are easy on the budget makes them a class act for my wallet. Big vote up and across with a share here and their:)

Victoria Lynn (author) from Arkansas, USA on December 04, 2012:

KerryAnita--those ideas sound great! Thanks. I'm always willing to try new ways with eggs!

KerryAnita from Satellite Beach, Florida on December 04, 2012:

mmmm! I love eggs. I make my spinach and laughing cow cheese omelets at least once a week....Here's the recipe if your interested!

On special occasions, I also like to makes eggs in a blanket. Basically you butter a piece of bread, cut out a hole in the center, and place the bread on a hot frying pan. Then fry an egg in the middle of the buttery toast. Not to healthy, but soooo delish!!

Victoria Lynn (author) from Arkansas, USA on December 03, 2012:

Wow, mrs. urvashi ahuja! 75 varieties of eggs! You will have a great restaurant!

mrs. urvashi ahuja on December 03, 2012:

i liked it but i kn 75 varieties of eggs & now i want 2 start my resturant only of eggs varieties in london, thanks for ur concept.

Victoria Lynn (author) from Arkansas, USA on December 02, 2012:

LOL, Adbul. I did just have poached eggs this morning! Delicious!

Victoria Lynn (author) from Arkansas, USA on December 01, 2012:

KDeus--I've never tried feta in an omelet, and I love feta! I'm going to have to try it with spinach!

Abdul Wahab from Yanbu Al-Bahar, Al Madinah, Saudi Arabia on December 01, 2012:

Am i the only one who can smell your egg right now, Nice article.

Keely Deuschle from Florida on November 30, 2012:

Yummy! My favorite type of egg is an omelet with some spinach and feta cheese inside!

Victoria Lynn (author) from Arkansas, USA on November 30, 2012:

compu-smart--I think I agree with you on that one!

Victoria Lynn (author) from Arkansas, USA on November 30, 2012:

Peggy--great list! I love it all! :-)

Tony Sky from London UK on November 30, 2012:

i love eggs and find under cooked scrambled eggs is much tastier than over cooked,

Peggy Woods from Houston, Texas on November 29, 2012:

Hi Vicki,

Eggs are so versatile an ingredient. We often enjoy omelets at home and as you mentioned...the list of ingredients can be up to one's imagination. I often use minced onions, peppers, grated zucchini and some cheese. Mushrooms are also a great ingredient as are tomatoes. Then there is spinach....the list goes on! Up and useful votes.

Victoria Lynn (author) from Arkansas, USA on November 29, 2012:

F Slovenec--Glad you liked the reminder! I love eggs!

Frank Slovenec from San Francisco, CA on November 29, 2012:

Nice to have the reminder, even though we know this, it is nice to be reminded to bring variety for that next breakfast get together..thank you

Victoria Lynn (author) from Arkansas, USA on November 28, 2012:

Eddy, that must be some recipe book! Thanks! :-)

Eiddwen from Wales on November 28, 2012:

Another for my recipe book.

Thanks for sharing.


Victoria Lynn (author) from Arkansas, USA on November 19, 2012:

So true, lemonkerz! that's cheap food for a week, too!

lemonkerdz from LIMA, PERU on November 18, 2012:

After reading this hub there should be no more boring breakfasts. gat a dozen eggs and enjoy he week. thanks for a incitive hub

Victoria Lynn (author) from Arkansas, USA on November 15, 2012:

beingwell--It sounds like you make a variety of eggs and just need an egg poacher. I know you can get some with timers! :-)

Victoria Lynn (author) from Arkansas, USA on November 15, 2012:

foodietaylor--I agree! An egg sandwich is filling and satisfying!

beingwell from Bangkok on November 15, 2012:

Shared this one! I just love eggs! I have them every morning! I would have to look for those egg poacher gizmos! I don't know how to make them. I only know eggs over easy, fried eggs, scrambled, omelette with cheese and spices... that's it. And yeah, hard-boiled eggs! That one's easy!hiihihi...

Taylor Tamblin from WA State on November 15, 2012:

I make egg sandwiches all the time! Very satisfying and keep you full for a while :)

Victoria Lynn (author) from Arkansas, USA on November 14, 2012:

Yum, brblog! Those eggs sound great! Dunk'n eggs! I love all the ideas from other folks on this hub's comments!

Victoria Lynn (author) from Arkansas, USA on November 14, 2012:

Thanks, alocsin! Eggs are great! Thanks for sharing this. :-)

Bruce from Chicago, Illinois on November 14, 2012:

My dad use to make us the best “basted” eggs. That is when you cook them sunnyside-up and then add a bit of water (some use fat) to cook the tops. They are not as runny as sunnyside-up but still have soft yokes. They looked perfect and tasted great. We called them “dunk’n eggs” as we would dunk our toast into the yolk.

Aurelio Locsin from Orange County, CA on November 14, 2012:

My partner is a big fan of eggs, so I'll forward this to him. He'll appreciate the variety in preparation. Voting this Up and Useful.

Victoria Lynn (author) from Arkansas, USA on November 13, 2012:

ImKarn--Glad you like! Well, about the comments, this hub was one of my earlier ones (over a year ago), and it's my most popular, so there ya go . . . . :-) Maybe throw in something about eggs with your ass stuff. LOL. I love your stuff. :-)

Karen Silverman on November 13, 2012:

l love almost anything and everything you can do with an egg - including every single option you listed! Victoria - HOW exactly is there '313 MORE comments?? Please - teach me your secret..(it probably has something to do with stuff like...being politically correct, and..not saying ASS...and stuff like


Victoria Lynn (author) from Arkansas, USA on November 13, 2012:

vocalcoach--Hi, there! I like runny, except when it's the egg white that is runny. Eeeewwww! I love omelets! Turmeric, huh? What does that do for the flavor. I'll have to try that. I've heard it's really healthy. Thanks for reading!

Victoria Lynn (author) from Arkansas, USA on November 13, 2012:

ahorseback--LOL. No poached, huh? That's okay. I forgive you! :-)

Audrey Hunt from Pahrump NV on November 13, 2012:

I love eggs as long as they are cooked all the way through. No runny stuff for this kid:) I have an omelet each morning, using organic egg whites. I sprinkle Turmeric on eggs to make them look yellow.

Your recipes are wonderful. Thanks! Up and more.

ahorseback on November 13, 2012:

Vick , I AM an egg fool ! Gimme , gimme , all but poached ! .......+++++

Victoria Lynn (author) from Arkansas, USA on November 13, 2012:

Cathy--I love your gas house eggs! I'll have to try that. What a neat idea. Thanks!

Victoria Lynn (author) from Arkansas, USA on November 13, 2012:

mary--I need to take a picture next time my boyfriend makes poached eggs. He's the expert--does a great job! I'll check out your deviled eggs hub. Sounds interesting! Thanks!

Ms. Immortal from NJ on November 12, 2012:

This post has made me hungry, that's how good it was.

I grew up on my dad's gas house eggs. I don't know if that is the proper name for them. It is bread with a whole in the center fried with and egg inside. My mom had here specialty too, deviled eggs, one of my favs.

Thanks again, voted up.

Mary Hyatt from Florida on November 12, 2012:

I love eggs made just any ole way! I need to work on my method of poaching eggs; mine never look very good.

When you have some time, check out my Hub on how to make deviled eggs look like baby chicks. I think you will like it.

I voted this UP, etc.

Victoria Lynn (author) from Arkansas, USA on November 05, 2012:

Thanks, Eddy. I'm glad I could add to your recipes!

Eiddwen from Wales on November 05, 2012:

Brilliant Victoria and here's another for that recipe book of mine.

Thanks for sharing.


Victoria Lynn (author) from Arkansas, USA on October 31, 2012:

daisydayz--I love eggs, too, just about any way they are made! :-) Thanks for reading.

Victoria Lynn (author) from Arkansas, USA on October 31, 2012:

ryanjhoe--I agree that omelets are wonderful!!

Victoria Lynn (author) from Arkansas, USA on October 31, 2012:

Jean Rogers--Interesting about the egg on the oatmeal! maybe I'll be brave enough to try it! :-)

Chantele Cross-Jones from Cardiff on October 31, 2012:

Eggs are just so versatile! Good list here, the simple boiled egg is probably my favourite although I just love eggs in general to be honest!

ryanjhoe from Somewhere over the rainbow on October 31, 2012:

Interesting article you have. Egg is delicious. I love make omelet then add it with melted cheese after it cooked :)

Jean Rogers on October 31, 2012:

Yum! My husband likes to put an over-easy egg on top of his oatmeal (only on savory, not sweet, oatmeal) and mix it up in his bowl. Kind of strange, but he makes it for the kids and they like it too.

Victoria Lynn (author) from Arkansas, USA on October 30, 2012:

shin . . . French toast is so awesome. You sure were an industrious 11 year old! :-)

Victoria Lynn (author) from Arkansas, USA on October 30, 2012:

loveofnight--Yeah, try some different ways, and maybe you'll like eggs better than you now do! :-)

shin_rocka04 from Maryland on October 30, 2012:

Eggs are always a great look. I think I learned how to make French Toast at the age of 11. It's always a good treat to have every once in a while.

Victoria Lynn (author) from Arkansas, USA on October 29, 2012:

dwk52163--Glad you found the hub useful and interesting. Thanks!

Victoria Lynn (author) from Arkansas, USA on October 29, 2012:

owhorspecial--Glad you enjoyed the hub. Sure, you can share it. Just link it back to the original or to my hubpages profile. Thanks!

Loveofnight Anderson from Baltimore, Maryland on October 29, 2012:

Nice hub, you have stimulated my creative juices for sure. Although I am not a big fan of eggs I do eat them often, they are cheap. Finding different ways to prepare them will help to keep my attention.Thanks for the share

David King from Akron, Ohio on October 29, 2012:

Thanx, I also love eggs, almost anyway they can be cooked. I found it veery useful and interesting.

owhorspecial from Nigeria. on October 29, 2012:

Great HUB Victoria,Voted Useful. Permission to share on my blog?

Victoria Lynn (author) from Arkansas, USA on October 28, 2012:

mpropp--I haven't tried soft boiled eggs. I use hard boiled for recipes, but I'm not sure the purpose of soft boiled if they're like poached? Just to eat? or for recipes? I don't know, but you have gotten my interest. I may have to research that. Thanks!

Melissa Propp from Minnesota on October 28, 2012:

I enjoyed your hub. I love eggs too, and not being much of a cook---these cheap and easy items are something that I can actually make! Have you tried the soft boiled eggs? Those are different than the poached eggs right? I think soft boiled are still runny...don't know if I could hang with that, but I was just curious. Very informative hub!

Victoria Lynn (author) from Arkansas, USA on October 28, 2012:

Marlene--Thanks for the input. Too bad about your daughter! Regarding boiling, I boil mine that long every time, and they always get cooked through. Thanks for the comments!

Victoria Lynn (author) from Arkansas, USA on October 28, 2012:

themadimadimadi--Great idea! Cream cheese, cheddar, spinach leaves. Yummy! Must try. Thanks!

Marlene Bertrand from USA on October 28, 2012:

You are so right, eggs are very versitile. I could eat egs every day of the week and not get tired of them. I have a daughter who is allergic to eggs. I feel sorry for her. But, when I make potato salad, which includes boilded eggs (chopped), I make a separate batch for her without the eggs. Poor thing... she doesn't get the full enjoyment of meals made with eggs. Thank you for the helpful hint about how long to boil eggs. I think I have been boiling mine too long.

Victoria Lynn (author) from Arkansas, USA on October 28, 2012:

coolshine--I love tomatoes, too, so eggs and tomatoes sound like a great combination. I'm not familiar with Millet--will have to look that up. Thanks for reading and commenting!

Victoria Lynn (author) from Arkansas, USA on October 28, 2012:

Gloshei--Variety is fun. I need to remember to do more variety, too, such as the french toast more often! Thanks for commenting.

Victoria Lynn (author) from Arkansas, USA on October 27, 2012:

tebo--And I've never had the curried eggs. I might have to try those, too. I don't make french toast often, but I love it when I do. I should make it more often!!! Thanks for coming by!

Madison Gardiner. from Denver, Colorado on October 27, 2012:

mmm! I love eggs. Great hub, great recipes, I can't wait to try several of them out!

My favorite way to make scrambled eggs, add some cream cheese, sharp cheddar cheese, and a few spinach leaves. Just thought I'd share with you too!

Victoria Lynn (author) from Arkansas, USA on October 27, 2012:

lovedoctor--Oh, I like your ideas, too. I think that eggs are good with just about anything!!!

coolshine from beijing on October 27, 2012:

I love eggs.In china,tomato and eggs is the most common dish.I love it very much. Eggs and Millet are only food for one full month after giving birth in China.

Gloria from France on October 27, 2012:

Interesting use of eggs, we all tend to stick to the same thing love french toast must try it again. I always put a cheese slice with scrambled egg and do them in the mike, I must try your way it is handy for quickness.

Thanks again

tebo from New Zealand on October 26, 2012:

Hi Victoria Lynn - good reminder of how many ways we can cook eggs. I have tried curried eggs, but not deviled eggs - they sound yum - I must try them out, and the french toast - I always forget about that. Thanks for recipes.

Victoria Lynn (author) from Arkansas, USA on October 26, 2012:

F slovenec==I agree 100%! Thanks!

Victoria Lynn (author) from Arkansas, USA on October 26, 2012:

ftclick--Interesting about the perception of egg salad, but I can see that. Sometimes foods from other cultures can seem strange to us at first. Thanks for your input.

lovedoctor926 on October 25, 2012:

awesome! I love scrambled eggs with ham as well as fried eggs with white rice, omelets are delicious as well as deviled eggs. I am hungry now.

Victoria Lynn (author) from Arkansas, USA on October 25, 2012:

A Bary--Funny, huh? Interesting. I like that!

Victoria Lynn (author) from Arkansas, USA on October 25, 2012:

chamonixfirst--That sounds wonderful! I love hollandaise sauce! Sounds like Eggs Benedict!

Frank Slovenec from San Francisco, CA on October 25, 2012:

Eggs are some of or possibly the most versatile food. There are so many good ways to serve and enjoy eggs..thank you

ftclick on October 25, 2012:

Great I know 5 ways. Omelet, scrambled, over easy, french toast, and egg salad which foreign people thought was odd the first time they saw it.

Victoria Lynn (author) from Arkansas, USA on October 25, 2012:

khmohsin--Perhaps I'll add more pictures, per your indication! Thanks for sharing!

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