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What are your favorite condiments with EGGS?

I am an absolute fanatic about everything eggs. I still can't think of a single egg dish that I do not like - I LOVE scrambled eggs, omelettes, poached, pan-fried, frittata, you name it. What I found interesting is that for each type of egg dish, I use a different kind of condiment(s). For scrambled eggs, I like just salt and pepper; omelettes I add ketchup and hot sauce; I like to add sweet soy sauce on my pan-fried (i know it is weird), and sometime mayo on my tamago-yaki (Japanese style omelette).

What about you? What are your favorite condiments with your eggs?

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  1. Lots of black pepper and Melinda's XXX habañero sauce.

    1. Ketchup and Tabasco.





      1. Texas Pete Hot Sauce. It adds heat, but isn't as scorching as Tabasco.

        1. HP sauce on fried eggs.
          I don't understand, but my husband like it.
          maybe daddy's sauce (?),too.

          1. Hot sauce( depends what I feel like): Crystal, Tobasco, Melinda's


            salsa or picante sauce.

            1. I honestly love sunny side up, heavliy seasoned with no other additions(well maybe ww or rye). However, for scrambled eggs, in order of preference:

              1. Goat cheese.
              2. Tabasco Chipotle hot sauce.
              3. Truffle oil, black pepper and a few shavings of parm

              In an omelette( I'm talking the JC version-thin, buttery, tender and just barley set), I don't think you can beat sauted mushrooms...

              1. Sunny side up eggs: with a baguette and shoyu
                Scrambled eggs: with rice and furikake

                1. For sunny side up, salt, pepper, and maybe a little ketchip UNLESS I use the eggs in huevos rancheros or on top of stacked (not rolled) enchiladas.

                  For poached eggs, sometimes as Benedict, but I prefer Bearnaise to Hollandaise, or sometimes on waffles with maple syrup over them and butter under them.

                  anything except brains or tripe in a quiche.

                  For omlettes, I do anyutying from simple cheeses like brie, camembert, chevre, or even Stilton, to a sauteed filling that can include onions, bell peppers, mushrooms, truffles, just plain butter-fried tomatoes, to sausages on occasion. And then there are dessert omlettes... jellies, jams, preserves, candied fruit, stewed fruit, fresh fruit, truffles (the chocolate kind diced), candied chestnuts, nuts, custard. chocolate sauce, real from scratch whipped cream, or anything that seems decadent but good. For some strange reason, most people are surprised when I make dessert omlettes, but they are really good!

                  Oh! Egg salad. With lots of mayonnaise and dill. And maybe a little wasabi.

                  Oh my goodness! It's almost Christmas. How could I forget oeufs a la neige or floating island dessert? Great for Christmas Eve!

                  Eggs. A rich way to entertain on a really tight budget!

                  1. I love soy sauce or maggi on scrambled eggs or fried eggs or any type of eggs. Salsa is always great and a traditional ketchup and hot sauce is perfect. You really can't go wrong with any type of condiment with eggs except for maybe relish.

                    1. I use a drop or 2 of smoked Tabasco on omelets and scrambled eggs.

                      1. Let's see:

                        1 - bacon
                        2 - bacon
                        3 - sausage
                        4 - english muffin with salted butter and strawberry jam
                        5 - hash browns
                        6 - a good cup of coffee

                        May not be condiments, but that's the perfect jfood breakfast with his eggs.

                        Oh and the best condiment, good conversation with mrs jfood.

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                        1. re: jfood

                          Yup, jfood,
                          bacon is not only one of the basic food groups, it is also one of the greatest spices around...I believe it's in the same category as butter...whadduhya think?

                          "Oh and the best condiment, good conversation with mrs jfood."
                          That is the sweetest thing to read.

                          My favorite condiment with my eggs:
                          #1. Salt
                          #2. Bacon (for eating and for the yummy drippings for cooking the eggs)
                          #3. Butter (can be used in place of #2, but no matter how much bacon is involved, I will still butter the taost I serve with the eggs)

                          1. re: jfood

                            Oh yeah, baby! You said it, Jfood. I'd also through in some o'briend homefries and a piece of buttered rye toast. I love EGGS! Sorry.

                            Tyler Florence recently said, "What is life w/o bacon?" I would add eggs to that.

                            (If the eggs are scrambled, I love folding in some cream cheese)

                            1. re: lynnlato

                              jfood made a cream cheese omelette when he was 15 and noone believed how good it was. creamy and delicious.

                              thanks L

                              1. re: jfood

                                I love a cream cheese omelette! Even one made with egg whites 'cause you used the yolks for something like creme brulee.

                            2. re: jfood

                              Bacon, scallions, cream cheese sea salt and cracked pepper, that's 5.
                              Tossed in my perfectly (softly as in gently) scrambled eggs.
                              oh, and pico pica sauce!

                            3. Whether cheesy- scrambled, fried, omelette, or migas, I usually top them with a generous heap of fresh pico de gallo: coarsely chopped roma tomato, onion, jalapeno, a little lime juice, maybe a little cilantro. Takes 5 seconds in the Handy Little Chopper.

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                              1. re: Veggo

                                yes on the pico....a staple in my kitchen!

                              2. When I was a kid, thanks to my South African father, we always had Worcestshire sauce on our eggs, along with ketchup. I still like it, but these days, if I don't feel like that, sometimes I'll use Sriracha instead of ketchup. Sometimes just S&P.

                                1. try branston pickle! (the finer chopped version)

                                  1. 1. Omelettes with caviar and my homemade yogurt inside, served with good German bread
                                    2. Poached with Tabasco and served with plain bagel
                                    3. Scrambled with green onion, spring onion, chili flakes, shoyu served with hot rice (gohan)
                                    4. American breakfast of bacon, hash browns, pancakes, and sausage--the scrambled eggs have to have black pepper, bit of salt, ketchup, and Tabasco
                                    5. Boiled--dip in a mix of salt, black pepper, and chili powder
                                    6. Japanese omelette--serve with dipping sauce of shoyu, honey, and chopped fresh chili, serve with hot gohan

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                                    1. re: Sam Fujisaka

                                      what is a japanese omelette? is it what is served with sushi (tamago)?

                                      1. re: alex8alot

                                        Made with a bit of mirin and usually in a rectangual Japanese omelette pan, then cut up and included in things like sushi, mixed pan-cooked dishes, with rice...

                                    2. 1. Sunnyside up mixed into stone ground grits with lots of butter and black pepper.

                                      2. Scrambled or over easy with Salsa Jalepena.

                                      3. Over easy with mayo and black pepper on toast and a slice of double-Glouchester cheese.

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                                      1. re: bkhuna

                                        DAMN! All three sound delicious!

                                      2. My younger brother loves scrambled eggs with paprika. I have no idea where he got this. I think we happened to have a container of paprika in the back of the cupboard (I don't know for what) and he threw it on his eggs. This seems really, really odd to me.

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                                        1. re: Anita Drink

                                          i always season my scrambled eggs with paprika! before cooking though.

                                          as for condiments:

                                          on omelettes or scrambles, it's hot sauce, hot sauce, and more hot sauce...type/brand is determined by the flavors inside.

                                          if it's a mexican or spanish omelette i cut back on the hot sauce & add a little salsa as well.

                                          indian-style curried eggs get harissa and a tomato chutney.

                                          mediterranean frittata gets a mustard-based sauce.

                                          on pocket eggs, tamari-sesame sauce.

                                          and there ALWAYS has to be some sort of tomato on the side.

                                          1. re: goodhealthgourmet

                                            You got me on this one. Is this the kind of "pocket eggs" you're talking about? I've never heard of them.

                                            1. re: Caroline1

                                              that's the one! it's delicious.

                                              of course i modified it, as i always do...i use 6 large whites +1 yolk, whisk together & just pour it all in & cook like an omelette, with only 1 tsp. canola [as oppose to the 4 the recipe calls for]...and i use wheat-free tamari instead of soy because i'm gluten-intolerant.

                                              i love to serve it with sauteed spinach, baby bok choy, or chinese broccoli garnished with toasted sesame seeds & a drizzle of the extra sauce.

                                              1. re: goodhealthgourmet

                                                hmmm... Any clue why the dish is called "pocket" eggs? In reading the recipe, I don't see any indication of anything that will cause the eggs to form a pocket, though the recipe does sound kind of eccentric when it insists on cracking the eggs into two seperate containers, then simultaneously pouring them into opposite sides of the frying pan. Does this somehow form a pocket, or am I just being too literal?

                                                Not particularly liking the "crisp" (rubbery in my book) edges eggs get when I drop them into too hot a frying pan, I'm a bit hesitant about trying the recipe, but on your recommendation, I just might try it once... '-).

                                                1. re: Caroline1

                                                  all in know about the history of the dish is that the particular method of cooking eggs originated in wuhan, china, and that eggs were a valuable commodity during the chinese cultural revolution due to food rationing. the woman credited with this particular recipe in "eating well" magazine [ying chang compestine] may have named the recipe herself...i don't know that it's necessarily an official name or commonly used term.

                                                  oh, and re: the "doneness" issue...i know what you mean, it's a fine line [a few seconds, max] between good crisp and shoe leather. i'd say try it, because i love the flavor...but please don't hold it against me if you don't like it! :)

                                        2. Basically, salt and pepper. Tabasco Sauce or some Salsa Cosecha Purépecha in the Chipotle variety.
                                          Fried egg sandwich: mustard and a little mayo.

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                                          1. re: Anonimo

                                            Salsa Cosecha Purepecha Chipotle is amazing stuff, makes eggs sing. If I can't have that, then some fresh salsa verde works almost as well.

                                            I also love sauteed red onions and green bell peppers with scrambled eggs. Or chopped, cooked broccoli and cheddar stirred into scrambled eggs at the last minute. And a pancake sandwich, do pancakes count as a condiment? Don't forget to pass the ketchup with that fried egg sandwich, which is all the better if it's got a slice of Vermont cheddar w/horseradish on it, horseradish and egg works too.

                                          2. Not a big fan of cheese with eggs, unless it's a few shavings of hard, parmesan-style cheese.

                                            I do love:
                                            ketchup (it's a classic)
                                            chili-garlic sauce
                                            ponzu or just tamari
                                            pesto or gremolata
                                            peanut sauce (just try it)
                                            jam/maple syrup, mostly on omelettes
                                            mango chutney
                                            chunky pasta sauce
                                            curry sauce

                                            1. I cant eat eggs any way except scrambled. Tennesee sunshine hot sauce. Crispy bacon. Bob Evans link sausage. Rye toast with salted butter and strawberry jam.

                                              1. McCormicks makes this roasted garlic sprinkly herb thing (like their Montreal seasoning, but not) that my mom gave me over some poached eggs on Thankgiving weekend. Heaven, I swear. Esp. served over english muffins. MMM.

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                                                1. re: diablo

                                                  diablo, this it?:
                                                  roasted garlic and bell pepper blend

                                                  or this:
                                                  roasted garlic blend....

                                                  1. re: alkapal

                                                    It was the roasted garlic and bell pepper blend. I was a little skeptical about her suggestion to use it on eggs, but (as usual) she was right :)

                                                    1. re: diablo

                                                      thanks, i'll check it out. love salt alternatives....mrs.dash, etc.

                                                2. OK, here is one I haven't seen on the lists thus far. Fried egg sandwhich with Hoisin sauce. So yummy!

                                                  Scrambled, over easy, fried, etc...in other words for breakfast, pepper and salsa fresca or pico de gallo.

                                                  I also like to eat fresh, piping hot white rice with a raw egg yolk and butter cracked and mixed into the rice. Yum! now I'm hungry.

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                                                  1. re: justagthing

                                                    "...fresh, piping hot white rice with a raw egg yolk and butter cracked and mixed into the rice"

                                                    That sounds amazingly simple and delicious.

                                                    1. re: NovoCuisine

                                                      It is, simple pleasures are the best!

                                                  2. The smoked paprika of Spain -- pimenton a la Vera. Comes in hot, mild and sweet.
                                                    Outstanding, especially on eggs over easy or poached eggs.

                                                      1. S & P, ketchup, sweet chili sauce, dill & sour cream, maggi

                                                        1. Scrambled eggs with strawberry jelly on top and toasted white bread with creamy peanutbutter. yum

                                                          1. I had egg salad made with white truffle oil, OUT of this world! Perfect match!

                                                            1. Lately I've taken to Tapatio on hard scrambled eggs (how my honey makes them).

                                                              I make scrambled eggs low and slow so they come out soft and custardy. Just some chives and some good salt and I'm happy.

                                                              Then there's my very favorite--an "over easy" egg over a piece of chocolate layer cake. But everyone thinks I'm crazy when I mention that one.

                                                              1. Furikake and (this may be an acquired taste) Indian Lime Pickle. (Not together).

                                                                1. Scrambled eggs with feta, tomato, and fresh basil.

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                                                                  1. re: byeCalihelloBahamas

                                                                    try thin slice of feta added to sunnyside up frying egg so melts into yolk....

                                                                  2. Tapanade spread on toast for poached, soft-boiled or sunny-side up eggs.

                                                                    1. Mixture of salt, pepper, ketchup and sriacha.

                                                                      1. #1 condiment is great, fresh salsa and/or cholula hot sauce.

                                                                        Not necessarily my favorite but when you're in the mood for something different or want some eggs other than at breakfast time...

                                                                        The kids' sitter, from Nicaragua, made some scrambled eggs once with some worcestershire sauce (may be some soy too) & some torn pieces of corn tortilla thrown in & all fried together. It worked!

                                                                        Also, I remember fondly an egg foo yung dish I used to order at a hole-in-the-wall take out near my work some 19yrs. ago.

                                                                        1. I use mostly ketchup and hot sauce. My "secret ingredient" for scrambled eggs is original Mrs. Dash.

                                                                          1. Ooh interesting. I use to hate eggs but now that I enjoy them (mostly sunny side up or occasionnnally in an omelette) I rarely use condiments. I'll use ketchup when I eat an egg sunny side up with hash browns and just kind of meld all the flavors together. I never season my eggs.

                                                                            Your soy sauce on the pan-fried type sounds delicious though!

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                                                                            1. re: Chew on That

                                                                              I'm surprised no one's said Sriracha, yet...haven't put it on "naked" eggs yet, but it sure makes a Sausage McMuffin with Egg way better.

                                                                              I haven't used Sriracha on my Cap'n Crunch yet, but I won't rule it out. :)

                                                                              1. re: annagranfors

                                                                                >>>>I'm surprised no one's said Sriracha, yet...

                                                                                Oh, but it has...three times before your post. But the fourth time may be the charm.

                                                                                1. re: maria lorraine

                                                                                  oops. bleary, pre-coffee eyes...sorry! :)

                                                                              1. Every morning I make an omelette with salsa, salt, pepper, 21 seasoning mix from TJ's, onion flakes, bacon bits and a little low fat cheddar. It's so delicious and filling.

                                                                                1. ohhh...one more, a moco loco...rice, hamburger patty, fried egg and good gravy!

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                                                                                  1. re: justagthing

                                                                                    At the Hawaiian coffee shop where I was introduced to this, they included sauteed onions between the rice and the patty.

                                                                                  2. McIlhenny's Green, which I discovered while eating at Heaven On Seven in Chicago.

                                                                                    To make the perfect scrambled egg breakfast (or dinner) you need the scrambled eggs and McIlhenney's, some toast (using really good bread with a lot of crust) and a huge glass of grapefruit juice.

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                                                                                      1. re: justagthing

                                                                                        I think jillp is referring to Green Tabasco (Tabasco sauce is made by McIlhenny Company).

                                                                                    1. I like old bay on a sunny side up egg. It must be a maryland thing...but it tastes fantastic

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                                                                                      1. re: bitsubeats

                                                                                        Oh! I forgot about Old Bay! My sister always puts them on her eggs, and I always look at her plate with envy when she does!

                                                                                      2. Salsa with scrambled eggs, which are of course salted and peppered during cooking. Or if I'm having the eggs with pancakes or waffles I dump maple syrup on the whole mess. Actually, I guess I have been known on occasion to have the syrup on the eggs without the pancake or waffle.

                                                                                        My husband likes either Tabasco or that green-not-found-in-nature habanero sauce on his. Except if it's an omelet, in which case he dumps so much salsa on it that you can't find the eggs at all.

                                                                                        1. Salt and pepper, that's all they need for me!

                                                                                          1. Oh, I almost forgot... one of my fave's is a sunny side up egg over a buttered and syruped pancake! I love how the yolk oozes over the pancake and mixes w/ the syrup.

                                                                                            And of course nothing like a croque madam... ham, swiss and good bread are great egg condiments too!

                                                                                              1. i guess cooking in hot bacon grease isn't really a condiment, but.....it's required for fried eggs!

                                                                                                1. Maybe I missed it but my husband loves anchovy sauce with his scrambled eggs. It's a British import I think - we found it in a specialty shop.

                                                                                                  1. Any hot sauce that delivers hot flaming death. Melinda's Red Savina, Melinda's XXXX Reserve, or CaJohn's Sauce 10.

                                                                                                    1. My favourite condiments with eggs are sour cream and salsa with loads of cheddar cheese. MMMMM! Eggs also go well with nicotine and caffeine, if those count as condiments!

                                                                                                      1. Scrambled: love them drowned in ridiculous amounts of hot sauce and ketchup. Occasionally brown sauce. Have been known to indulge in sambal oelek, cream cheese with salmon, salsa with tons of cilantro, chipotle crema, sour cream and chives, Tony Cachere's.

                                                                                                        Hard-boiled: curry sauce, soy sauce + vinegar + sugar + garlic, Sriracha

                                                                                                        Sunny-side-up: Utterly divine when fried crispy on the bottom, topped with sliced bird's eye chilies, scallions and good oyster sauce.

                                                                                                        1. A friend gave me a jar of hot sauce with lime from a Caribbean grocery. I forget the brand. But I like it with eggs.

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                                                                                                          1. re: NYCkaren

                                                                                                            Penzey's FoxPoint blend with some diced Kosher Hebrew National Salami...serve with brown mustard.

                                                                                                          2. one of my favorite things of all time is a very thin slice of crispy toast, well-buttered, with a hot scrambled egg on top, topped with pepper, ketchup and sriracha... it's a magical combination!

                                                                                                            1. Eggs fried in bacon fat. Sunny side up eggs served on crispy polenta slices. I love spinach with scrambled eggs or in an omelette. I love roasted red peppers with eggs! A little hot sauce mixed in can be great. Mushrooms, eggs, sage and cheese! I'm one of those that doesn't believe that ketchup belongs at the breakfast table for some reason, though it is ok with eggs.

                                                                                                              1. super-extra fresh grassy olive oil w salt and peppar on poached eggs.
                                                                                                                or dash of katsup manis.
                                                                                                                for scramble... stirred, long and slow w butter and a little cream. omg.
                                                                                                                boiled... butter with crunchy maldon salt flakes and fresh pepper.
                                                                                                                marmite and buttered toast with any egg can't be beat.
                                                                                                                fried in bacon or sausage dripping from the ongoing dripping jar in the fridge.

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                                                                                                                1. re: eggimedusa

                                                                                                                  mr. alka adores that method of scrambling eggs. calls it "french" i call it amazingly delicious!

                                                                                                                2. black pepper, seasoned salt, and hot sauce

                                                                                                                  1. speaking strictly condiments, Jane's Crazy Salt - Great on eggs and most other things

                                                                                                                    1. Dad says that you can tell how far away from Boston a person was born based on the amount of pepper he uses. Apparently "In the old days" the Bostonians used LOTS of pepper and the 'burbs not as much. Whenever I cook eggs for him I can't see them due to the amount of pepper he puts on.

                                                                                                                      1. Eggs, one of my favorite things to eat!

                                                                                                                        Scrambled: Salt and fresh cracked pepper. Sometimes Louisiana Hot Sauce. Sometimes (on special occasions) cream cheese melted in with the eggs while they cook. Heavenly!

                                                                                                                        Over Easy: Salt, pepper, and slices of that horrible yellow cheese product melted and served on a toasted English muffin: Addictive!

                                                                                                                        Omelette: Sauteed mushrooms, cheese, scallions, anything I can find to toss in there!

                                                                                                                        Hard boiled: Diced and made into sandwiches with mayo, salt, pepper, finely diced onion and green pepper and maybe some dried basil.

                                                                                                                        Deviled eggs: (See hard boiled eggs) with or without a sprinkle of curry powder

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                                                                                                                        1. re: MysticYoYo

                                                                                                                          Thanks for (finally) a reasonable response! I cannot imagine peanut butter, jam, syrup or some of the other things mentioned on my eggs! But, I love eggs. Usually cooked in butter and basted or scrambled, with some course salt and plenty of pepper and served with crusty buttered toast. I like omelets, especially cheese, spinach and mushrooms. I love poached with hollandaise (Benedict or Florentine) and like huevos rancheros occasionally. Sometimes I make myself a McMuffinish thing, or a tortilla española. But usually, I love that flavor of eggs and butter, with just s&p.

                                                                                                                          1. re: MazDee

                                                                                                                            Scrambled and omelettes: ketchup and jelly, at the same time.

                                                                                                                            Boiled: mayo and relish/chopped pickle.

                                                                                                                            Poached: jelly.

                                                                                                                            Fried/over easy: ketchup, jelly and crushed red pepper/cayenne.

                                                                                                                            Eggs. Yum.

                                                                                                                        2. My absolute favorite is scrambled eggs with a can of Kelly's pork brains in milk gravy! I could eat them every day, but then keel over from a heart attack in a month.

                                                                                                                          Don't knock it 'til ya try it!

                                                                                                                          P.S. I always saute the brains first to bring them up to a good temp.

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                                                                                                                          1. re: Its Still Mooing

                                                                                                                            Pork-brains-in-milk-gravy. Now THAT is the first time I have ever read that in my life.


                                                                                                                            I can't say I wouldn't try them, though. I just wouldn't want to be the one opening the can.

                                                                                                                              1. re: kobetobiko

                                                                                                                                I can always go to my local Schnuk's, Kroger, or Piggly Wiggly - though I usually find them at my neighborhood grocer. Armour makes them as well.

                                                                                                                                1. re: Its Still Mooing

                                                                                                                                  You must be from North Carolina. My mom used to cook up some "brains and eggs". I never tried them.

                                                                                                                            1. Over easy: Worcestershire and catsup mixed in with the yolk.

                                                                                                                              1. good quality soy sauce with hard boiled or pan-fried eggs .... delicious match made in heaven!

                                                                                                                                1. Hafta have Tapatio. I should carry it in my purse, because I am always sorely disappointed when a breakfast spot only offers Tabasco. I will accept Chalula or Valentina as substitutes. I also love Siracha on my eggs. Yum!

                                                                                                                                  And, of course, cheese makes everything better. Especially eggs.

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                                                                                                                                  1. re: burritobelle

                                                                                                                                    Oh my goodness, I forgot cheese, especially Cheddar. Not tiny bits, shredded, either but big globs of it. I always ask for an omelette with extra cheese but very seldom get it.

                                                                                                                                    I once stood in a buffet line and bypassed all the other offerings at the egg station. I just instructed the omelette maker: more cheese. He kept trying to stop, but I finally got it the way I wanted.

                                                                                                                                    Cheese, glorious cheese.

                                                                                                                                    1. re: dolores

                                                                                                                                      aside from grated parmesan, i don't think cheese qualifies as a condiment...it's an essential main ingredient!

                                                                                                                                      1. re: goodhealthgourmet

                                                                                                                                        When I make our omelets now I always add some Vermont Harvest Smokin' Garlic Tomato Spread to the onions/peppers as they're cooking. My husband likes to put some over the top of his omelet too. It's a fabulous combination of sweet n' spicy n' smoky. I also don't make a grilled cheese sandwich without it. Luckily when we bought it the last time we bought 6 jars cause everybody who tries it wants to take some home! You can find it online here http://www.vtharvest.com/index.html - bet you'll never use ketchup again!

                                                                                                                                        1. re: Axalady

                                                                                                                                          i don't know whether to thank you or curse you for that link...their products sound fabulous! i see an addiction to that tomato spread in my future...

                                                                                                                                          1. re: goodhealthgourmet

                                                                                                                                            I can guarantee you won't be disappointed.

                                                                                                                                  2. I only like eggs over easy and I love lots of black pepper and some hot sauce. YUMMMMM

                                                                                                                                    1. cholula hot sauce.our favorite.

                                                                                                                                      1. Scrambled, I like tzaziki on the side.

                                                                                                                                        Over-easy......on top of hot rice with hot sauce (I like Frank's or Pickapeppa) or soy sauce

                                                                                                                                        or on cheese grits !

                                                                                                                                        1. I would really like mine with ham... and sitting in a tree with Sam-I-am.

                                                                                                                                          1. fried: in butter, with salt and pepper, pepper grinder on fine. Maybe a little tabasco on the yolk. Over easy.

                                                                                                                                            Boiled: just hard, dipped into salt and pepper piled on the edge of the dish, eaten out of hand. Slightly warm is best.

                                                                                                                                            Boiled: cooked just short of hard, peeled while hot, and then chopped with a knife in a bowl with a tblsp of sweet or salt butter and a sliced scallion per egg. Butter melts, spread on toast, salt n pepper to taste, eat with knife and fork. This is really good, got it from Louella Shouer's great cookbook Quick and Easy Meals for Two.

                                                                                                                                            I also like fried eggs in almost deep fat, like a half inch of oil and butter in a little pan, fried hot so the edges get crispy, garnish with a chicken enchilada :)

                                                                                                                                            1. Lately I've gotten hooked on smoked Spanish paprika with eggs, especially mixed into scrambled eggs.

                                                                                                                                              1. Hot sauce with Sriracha or a verde hot sauce preferred but any will do! Aldi hot sauce is good too! Thick and not ultra spicy.

                                                                                                                                                  1. With hard cooked eggs, homemade mayonnaise.

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                                                                                                                                                    1. Crystal or Tabasco. Oh, and a strip steak (black and blue), cheese grits, rye toast w/butter and raspberry jam, vodka and fresh grapefruit juice, black coffee. Eggs up.

                                                                                                                                                      1. Hard boiled: soy sauce
                                                                                                                                                        Scrambled/Omelettes: Ketchup (It's also really good to add mustard and/or mayo to the eggs before cooking them.)
                                                                                                                                                        Fried: Salt

                                                                                                                                                          1. Yummy, eggs. Here's a few ways I like mine..

                                                                                                                                                            Fried, with the yolk still runny, topped with s&p, a pinch of cumin and some grated cheese. Or fresh herbs and feta. Basically egg + cheese + herb/spice

                                                                                                                                                            Soft boiled, with a bit of truffle salt (actually, truffle salt with eggs in any form)

                                                                                                                                                            Omelet, with cheese and tomato jam and/or red onion relish

                                                                                                                                                            Baked - in the cavity of an avocado - scoop out some of the avocado to snack on first or it'll overflow. Top with a couple of dashes of hot sauce.

                                                                                                                                                            1. Chilaquiles with salsa verde and a fried egg on top.
                                                                                                                                                              I love it.
                                                                                                                                                              Green salsa is my fav but red salsa will be just as good.

                                                                                                                                                              Hard boiled egg with a pat of butter is pretty great.

                                                                                                                                                              1. I often eat and enjoy scrambled eggs w/cheese in a whole wheat wrap with sirracha