It is not clear who was the first person to decide to scramble an egg; however, humans have been scrambling eggs for centuries. The Ancient Romans are documented as the earliest people to scramble eggs. More »

To oven-bake scrambled eggs, whisk together eggs, milk and seasonings into a bowl, then pour into a buttered baking pan. Place the eggs in a preheated oven and stir after about eight minutes. Continue cooking the eggs fo... More »

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Dogs can safely eat scrambled eggs and even experience some health benefits from doing so. Eggs provide a healthy source of protein and 13 vitamins and minerals, as well as calcium if the shell is fed. More »

Poaching an egg can take a few easy steps, such as heating water in a pan, placing cracked eggs in and then removing the eggs from the water when they are done. However, if the proper technique is not used, then eggs can... More »

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The typical ingredients in a basic egg custard that serves six people are four eggs, 3 cups of milk, 1/2 cup of sugar, 1 1/2 teaspoons of vanilla extract and 1/4 teaspoon of salt. A sprinkling of nutmeg or cinnamon is op... More »

Overnight egg bake – a combination quiche, fritatta and bread pudding – calls for 1 pound of cooked pork sausage or ham, a dozen eggs, 2 1/4 cups of milk, 2 cups of bread cubes and 8 ounces of shredded cheese. Common add... More »

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A double-yolk egg occurs when a chicken's eggs get backed up in their oviduct system, causing two yolks to be encased in a shell. The occurrence is very rare, happening in about one out of 1,000 eggs, which has lead some... More »