A Conversation for Hotels with great scrambled eggs (IMHO)
47318 - I am a number not a free man Started conversation Jul 2, 1999
One of the best hotels where I've had scrambled eggs is the Algonquin in New York.
Not only are they light and fluffy, they also contain added extras like bits of pepper as an added talking point.
DNA Posted Jul 2, 1999
The scrambled eggs are extremely good in the Grand Hyatt in Melbourne.
The Liquidator Posted Jul 2, 1999
I have to say, although I have never eaten in NY, I doubt if the quality of their scrambled eggs could possibly match that of the breakfast room at The Hotel de Paris, Monte Carlo. Not only do they taste creamy and remain light and fluffy, but they are served in a solid silver tureen, not unlike the one described by Ford Prefect on national TV this morning.
wingpig Posted Jul 5, 1999
I can't stand the things myself; ever since an injection as a child where the innoculum culture was grown in eggyolk. However, my friends seem to enjoy the eggs served at breakfast in the Auld Hoose on St. Leonard's St, Edinburgh.
OutRage - Researcher 50103 Posted Jul 18, 1999
Personally, I tend to eat on the move, but McDonald's scrambled eggs have a very... 'unique' texture and flavour, and I just love the way they sometimes taste of fish...
Putty Posted Nov 9, 1999
I agree entirely - a great hotel especially for English breakfast. But what about poached eggs. (See mine)
Scrambled Eggs? I can think of better.
Zaphod Posted Nov 14, 1999
A big meaty Lorne sausage in a buttered roll, with tomato ketchup, is what I really like in the morning.
Peregrin Posted Nov 15, 1999
In Switzerland, I had breakfast in a small village called Rotenegg.
I chose the continental breakfast.
Chalaza Researcher 16977 Posted Jan 25, 2000
I AM the quintessential Queen of scrambled eggs!
88425 (...older, and yet LESS wiser...???) Posted May 22, 2000
I cook scrambled eggs in the microwave. I find you get the best, lightest, fluffiest eggst that way.
njbarafustril Posted Mar 14, 2006
The microwave is, I believe, the McDonalds trade secret referred to earlier.. Several permutations of the 'breakfast sandwich' are possible using this method. A bit of water in the place of milk, a la omelette and there you are.
Pardon my French.
Would share more research on this topic, but this is ongoing...
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- 1: 47318 - I am a number not a free man (Jul 2, 1999)
- 2: DNA (Jul 2, 1999)
- 3: The Liquidator (Jul 2, 1999)
- 4: wingpig (Jul 5, 1999)
- 5: OutRage - Researcher 50103 (Jul 18, 1999)
- 6: Putty (Nov 9, 1999)
- 7: Zaphod (Nov 14, 1999)
- 8: Peregrin (Nov 15, 1999)
- 9: Chalaza Researcher 16977 (Jan 25, 2000)
- 10: 88425 (...older, and yet LESS wiser...???) (May 22, 2000)
- 11: njbarafustril (Mar 14, 2006)