Just wanted to say that I added a fried egg to some leftover chicken/sausage/mushroom/kombu soup for breakfast... wonderful! I fried a duck egg in a puddle of butter until the white was crispy but yolk still runny. Heated up the soup and then dropped the egg on top (and drizzled the pan butter over the top for good measure). Just as promised, the yolk was a wonderful addition to the broth and I had the joy of the crispy white plus a few bites of creamy yolk edge. Nom nom noms!
Thanks for the suggestion, this made a really nice breakfast.
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