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    WTH is wrong with sunny side up!? huh? Nothing. that's what. Problem solved.

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    I think I made 1 order sunny, the whole time I was there. Also people are very scared of eggs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Crothcipt View Post
    I think I made 1 order sunny, the whole time I was there. Also people are very scared of eggs.
    Scared of eggs? They ought to be scared of toast.
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    I knew it wasn't common, but didn't realize it was that uncommon. I haven't ordered a fried egg other than sunny in 15+ years (2-4 times/month).

    Re safety, I think only 1 in 20,000 is infected. Anyway, that's well off-topic...back to your regularly scheduled programming.
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    practice practice practice. only way to get it right. =D

    not very good at it myself but i am with you on the hollering when doing it right. lol.

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    Having not flipped eggs in a while (mostly when I saute) I do this from time to time. Exp. when you know your just gonna have one that wont quorate.
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    For me it was paying more attention to temp than technique. The ideal pan heat will keep high viscosity...cook fast enough to hold everything in place but slow enough to be even and not sputter. Too low and they cook nicely but wolnt jump out if the pan, too high and they scorch. Cooking breakfast in Ak starting at 3 am may 1st compaired noon in july on the island you had to change the gas level to keep things proper. And when you found pans liked you had to hide them from from night crew. After your first 1k you hardly break any at all.

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    Almost page 3 and no one has used yet some of us are slipping.

    Ya when you start getting everything else right the flip gets easier. Still there is that 1 that won't behave exp. in a busy hour. Still won't cook breakfast unless I have too.
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    One thing to mention is to make sure that the pan your using is designed to make it easy for you.
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