[Sca-cooks] OOP: What are they teaching are kids?

Susan Lin susanrlin at gmail.com
Tue Jan 5 13:10:18 PST 2010

yes but butter tastes yummy!
I like both fried eggs (my favorite way is over a bed of fresh hot rice) and
poached although you have to be careful with poached eggs that you don't add
too much vinegar to the water.  I have little silicone cups that I put the
eggs into in the water - it helps keep them together and they're easier to
fish out.


On Tue, Jan 5, 2010 at 2:04 PM, Audrey Bergeron-Morin <
audreybmorin at gmail.com> wrote:

> > Well, any eggs overcooked or overheated can get rubbery, so I guess it
> > depends on the skills of the cook! I prefer my eggs this way because you
> > taste the egg, not the butter used to fry them. You eat them like you'd
> > I'm confused, you say you prefer your eggs "this way" which sounds like
> you
> > are speaking of poached and then describe a fried egg.
> > De
> >
> You're right, it looks like I wrote the second part of the message,
> then the first, while forgetting that you wouldn't have read the
> second part yet...
> In other words, I prefer my eggs poached because you eat them like you
> would eat fried eggs, but poached don't taste like butter the way
> fried do. And since poached have the runny yolks just like fried, you
> can use the yolk the same way, as a sauce, making extra sauce
> pointless in most cases... In other words I'm trying to say that you
> eat poached eggs the same way as fried eggs, but they don't taste like
> butter because they're not fried in it.
> Is it clearer?
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