I really liked Saveur's roundup of egg-cooking tips for their practicality and the clear illustrations. I'm in charge of breakfast in our family, and I get up early every morning for it. I love getting everything (cappuccinos and a babycino, porridge, toast) hot and on the table at the same moment, which requires the planning, forethought and experimentation of a really hard Portal level. Adding eggs -- which require a lot of close attention and precision timing -- is a great challenge for days when I'm feeling cocky.
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