It took me a while to get used to finding other things, but now I'm blessed to have a husband who makes awesome french toast (the eggs only bother me if I can taste them) as well as one of my favorites...grilled tuna and cheese sandwich. For some reason people think that's an odd breakfast choice, I just think it's tasty! He makes it with chives and garlic on multi-grain bread and it's delicious.
A few fried shimp mixed in with the scrambled eggs are also great. With tuna boil the shrimp and allow to chill, add a little picklerelish and sliced egg, onion with a splash of diced celery and tiny pieces of cheddar cheese and of cource onion and mayo.
Funny you should mention this. My partner is making breakfast for us right now. I usually get a sausage and scrambled egg sandwich. But sometimes, we will have fried eggs, toast, bacon or sausage and juice.
There is a restaurant in Saugatuck, Michigan called the Calico Kitchen. They have the best darn breakfast buffet I have ever had. 5 different kinds of meat, including smoked Ham. Pancakes, french toast, waffles, and huge Cinnimon rolls. 3 different kinds of scrambled eggs, grits, hasbrowns, home fries, they also have something called a Calico Scramble which is awesome! and a apple fritter stew. Yum! And giant biscuits with gravy, and muffins. It's just a really good deal.
They also have a dinner buffet. But, the breakfast buffet is bigger, and better. It's also packed. Very hard to get a table if you have a large group. But, it's worth it.
Have you ever had egg in a nest? What you do is take a piece of bread, put a one inch diameter whole in the center of it. Put it in a skillet with a good amount of butter. Crack an egg into the hole of the bread which is already sizzling in the skillet. Cook for a couple minutes, salt, pepper, turn egg, cook some more. There you go. Very delicious!
I LOVE eggs. I am currently on a fried over-easy kick, but I like them scrambled, boiled, poached, in an omelet, pretty much any way you can think of. I will not eat tomatoes with eggs, though. It just tastes weird to me.
I like my eggs any way but over done and never when I first get up. Just can't face them, purely psychologcial. I love them at a late breakfast, brunch, lunch or even and especially dinner. Fried/over easy or over medium, eggs benedict, soft scrambled, egg salad, sliced egg sandwich, or even with those pesky tomatoes - but hold the ketchup. Never ketchup!
justine76 have you indeed, well last year I bought 6 hens, then I was given a Rooster, then one of my hens (clocked) this means sat on the eggs, however after 21 days all the babies were still born, so she started to clock again and this time she had six baby chics (no longer babies) in fact most have turned out to be baby roosters, I then bought two ducks....love the eggs...very good for you like most things in moderation....
If you have access to a hardware store, they're not too tough to build . The biggest thing is just making sure the eggs don't get too hot, I had one rigged up with a thermostat...though darned if I can remember how I built it now, it's been a LOOONG time.
I may not eat eggs that I can taste anymore, but when I find a permanent place (read: out of town, that I own) I plan on getting some chickens because I do a ton of baking, my husband and son both love eggs (my son has an egg, meat and cheese sandwich that my husband named after him, that's his special treat), and we have plenty of recipes for extra roosters and old hens
There was a movie that I watched ages ago about a girl who didn't know what kind of eggs she liked. I found it inconceivable that this could even take place. The movie was about her finding herself and being her own...