Is The Rest Of Your Day Ruined If...

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  1. JJ

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    ... your fried egg yolk breaks before you place it on top of your fried bread?

    JJ :Cool:
     
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    No.
     
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    No, for me too.:Smile:
     
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    no i always turm mine so i dont drip yoke on my jumper or t shirt .
    dont wear a bib yet .
    plus i normally have an egg and a slice of bacon sarnie .
     
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    Doesn't ruin my day but I hate broken or solid yolks - got to be runny
     
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    A runny egg is a recipe for salmonella.:RollEyes:
     
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    I must have a stomach full of salmonella vaccine then :Laughing:
     
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    My God, you are a tolerant and patient lot who are mentally well equipped to deal with the major problems in life... :thumb:

    JJ :Cool:
     
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    Eaten runny yolks all my life - had salmonella once (really). Joking aside OH, me and our son got it, it actually put my son in hospital but this was about 18 years ago. Eaten many a runny yolk since then!
     
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    Oh yes indeed !!

    Me too, a broken fried egg is a recipe for disaster (excuse the pun !:Doh:) I immediately do another one and let the dog have the disaster egg !

    Even worse with a duck egg as their yolks are huge !!:Sad::Sad::Sad:
     
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    A post written by a wise man of quality who knows about the important things in life, the inner self and the purity of spirit (not the alcholic kind).

    Not the sort of non thinker who would brazenly walk on the cracks around the paving slabs on the pavement.

    JJ :Cool:
     
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    Usually x2 eggs cooked in the microwave at low power works ok for me-- but yesterday ,a huge bang and the inside of the microwave looked like someone threw up in there :Eeek:

    She said ,"you made it ,you clear it up "-- I can`t stand the feel of slimy egg white :cry:
     
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    JJ, You know what I think about broken fried eggs ..... OH NOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!


    And it's me ( when it's you ...I usually try not to be a pain and let you go away with it:RollEyes:) going to cook another one straight away! I won't through the broken one away though ...I'll have it too, I hate to through food away, but funsters, you've got to understand that if I had decided to have 2 runny ones I must have 2, even if one ended broken!

    It won't ruin the rest of my day though....otherwise, I would have been thrown out of a certain Hymer many a time:Laughing:!
     
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    Over easy for me JJ, it don't matter that much - there are more important things in life than a broken egg :Cool:
     
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    Are you being serious here Mr Keith?

    More important than a broken yolk on a fried egg... :Eeek:

    JJ :Cool:
     
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    Totally spoils and disrupts my day too! Do I get any understanding from Kath? Not on your life.
    How many egg removal slices can you have to get the damned things out of the pan in one piece that don't work :Angry: Also I don't see why she gets so angry when I'm still going on about it at bedtime. :Blush:
     
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    A perfectly cooked egg with a soft, runny yolk is also a thing of beauty as well as being a culinary delight.

    To be placed on top of golden brown, semi-crunchy fried bread and delicately seasoned with a modest dollop of ketchup on the side is a feast rarely bettered in any restaurant.

    There's a sense of completion when deciding to break the yolk and this is robbed and the eater rendered incomplete when the conscious act is taken away from him or her. It's a bit like unwrapping a new iPhone rather than being presented with the new item laid bare. Or having a new car delivered rather than collecting from the dealer. An invasion and robbery of decision, act and ownership.
     
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    I'd rather have a broken fried egg :Rofl1::Rofl1::Rofl1:
     
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    Oh Mr Bellini...

    I was nodding my head enthusiastically and going "yes, yes, yes" to your every word...

    Until you got to the phone bit...

    Ended up screaming... "No! No! No!"

    iPhone?

    I would rather use carrier pigeons with bird flu...


    JJ :Cool:
     
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    I don't eat fried eggs - to avoid that sort of dissapointment:thumb:
     
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