order eggs for eating out

Posted by: family

order eggs for eating out - 04/30/13 12:09 PM

how do you order running eggs for restuarant like waffle house, steak and shake, etc.
Posted by: Sorta Blonde

Re: order eggs for eating out - 04/30/13 12:14 PM

If you are talking about a runny yolk that you can dip bread into, I always order mine 'over easy' or 'over medium' (egg is fried on both sides). Also you can get them soft boiled and the yolk will run. "Sunny Side Up" is another term for the runny yolk where they fry the egg only on one side. I love runny yolks with rye bread for dipping.
Posted by: family

Re: order eggs for eating out - 04/30/13 12:20 PM

thank you very much, that is what i am talking about, i always get mine dry, like they cook it too long.
Posted by: BrownEyedTigre

Re: order eggs for eating out - 04/30/13 01:49 PM

Here is a guide to what to ask for.

Many restaurants will not leave it too runny for fear of salmonella.
Posted by: family

Re: order eggs for eating out - 04/30/13 02:29 PM

okay thank you guys very much.
Posted by: Niki

Re: order eggs for eating out - 04/30/13 05:22 PM

do your restaurants offer poached eggs?
If so they always have a soft yolk
Posted by: family

Re: order eggs for eating out - 04/30/13 08:08 PM

i do not know i always leave it up to the restaurant, and regret it.
Posted by: niteowl07

Re: order eggs for eating out - 04/30/13 09:05 PM

sunnysides - as long as the white is solid with no liquid that runs when you tilt the plate slightly,the egg is safely heated through and should be safe to eat.if the white isn't cooked , just ask for another. hope that helps...
Posted by: Kaki's Sister

Re: order eggs for eating out - 05/01/13 05:35 AM

When my kids were little they would ask for a "dunked" egg!
Posted by: family

Re: order eggs for eating out - 05/01/13 07:31 PM

thanks everybody very much, and for helping.