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Old 02-17-2015, 07:40 PM   #1
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Best Thing We Ever Ate - Eggs

Tell us about the best egg dish you have ever had and where the rest of us can go to get it.

We have 2 and both are in the Seattle area.

1) Patty's Egg Nest Bothell location. Fantastic omelets with many limited time only additions. all are served with a massive mound coarse grate hashbrowns. Fresh squeezed (as in right there on the spot) orange juice. Always a wait.


2) 13 Coins (downtown Seattle location) SEAFOOD FRITTATA. Sit at the counter if you can and you get a great floor show while you wait/eat. You will have to walk a bit if you're in a big coach.
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Scallops and egg omelets 24th st cafe bakersifeld ca
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Old 02-17-2015, 09:46 PM   #3
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Hang town fry. Eggs and oysters. Somewhere on the gulf coast.


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Old 02-17-2015, 09:56 PM   #4
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Bacon, Eggs, Fried grilled potatoes. My house.
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Bacon.
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Expertly prepared Eggs Benedict - wherever you can find it. Lightly poached eggs. Fluffy English muffin. Perfect hollandaise. Lean and tender lightly smoked Canadian bacon. Can't be beat - and dare I say it - no bacon necessary.
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Bacon, Eggs, Fried grilled potatoes. My house.
You just invited everyone over ya know.
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Expertly prepared Eggs Benedict - wherever you can find it. Lightly poached eggs. Fluffy English muffin. Perfect hollandaise. Lean and tender lightly smoked Canadian bacon. Can't be beat - and dare I say it - no bacon necessary.

Wut? Bacon NOT neccessary?
Sacrilege.
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Wut? Bacon NOT neccessary?
Sacrilege.
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Benedict needs no bacon (cept Canadian) and vice versa... this is eggs we're talking here... the bacon is like the cheese - stands alone...
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Benedict needs no bacon (cept Canadian) and vice versa... this is eggs we're talking here... the bacon is like the cheese - stands alone...

Hollandaise on anything is good.
'Specially bacon. They can stand sooo well together. Eggs are optional.
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We rarely find a restaurant that really knows how to prepare and cook eggs. Peabody's in Palm Springs CA sure does, their huevos rancheros is the best I have had.
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Just about anywhere in the Carolinas they know how to cook bacon and eggs with southern grits with lots of butter.
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My mother's kitchen, but.. yes.. Nobody cooks as good as Mother.
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Loco-moco ,white rice, big hamburg Pattie, brown gravy, EGGS on top!


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