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    Egg Yolk Dippers

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    I love frying eggs and leaving the yolks runny, but only because I love how bread tastes dipped into the yolk. What are some other things that would taste good covered in runny yolk?

    I'm sick of scrambled eggs and I never cared for hard boiled eggs.

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    Bacon. It's great dipped into runny yolks.

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    Not really what your looking for but I make over easy eggs and put them on bunless cheese burgers with bacon. That way the yolk covers the burger and I don't use ketchup. I may be weird but I eat this for breakfast. Wicked good stuff.
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    I cook my eggs in butter or coconut oil. Very low heat leaving the Yolk runny. Then I eat the white around leaving the yolk intact. I put just a pinch of panchetta on the top of the warn yolk and take it up with a spoon and eat like an Oyster. OMG it is the best flavor and texture together.

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    Steak. 'Nuff said...

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    Pork rinds. You get the crunchy texture of toast, the rinds absorb some of the yolk and it tastes great!
    I think I'll have some of that for breakfast today....yummmmmm......

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    If you do dairy, these are amazing:

    Bacon Cheddar Cheese Scones

    1 1/4 cup almond flour (press down into cup to measure)
    1/4 tsp. baking soda
    1/4 tsp. salt
    1/2 c. grated sharp cheddar cheese
    4 slices bacon, cooked crisp and chopped (more would be good too)
    1/4 c. melted bacon fat
    2 large eggs, beaten

    Mix all thoroughly, make 5 balls and place on greased cookie sheet (I used a pie pan). Mash down a bit, or shape into scone shape (whatever that means to you).

    Bake at 350 degrees for 12-15 minutes, or until firm.

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    Your fingers! or your tongue! Yum! lick it up like Grok would!

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    Sausages....

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    Here's what I eat pretty much every day. It's basically a flax bread that resulted from tweaking the one minute muffin that's so popular on many low carb sites. The greatest thing about it is that it's quick and easy - a minute or so of nuking is all it takes! Here it is:

    1/3 cup flaxmeal
    1 egg
    pinch of baking soda
    salt (to taste)
    cracked black pepper (to taste)

    I also add a little bit of garlic powder, onion powder, dill weed and a couple teaspoons of golden flaxseed, but there are plenty of options. Love the crunch. I throw all of these ingredients into a small square tupperware bowl, nuke it for about 1:20, pop it out of the bowl onto a plate, slap a little mayo on it, cut it in half diagonally and put a fried egg on each half. I fry up an extra egg so that I have more runny yolk to dip into. YUM!
    Last edited by GoJenGo; 03-30-2011 at 08:33 AM.
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