My brother came by the other day to put a new motherboard in my computer. He brought with him a dozen eggs from a friend of his who has hobby chickens. These eggs had been laid less than a week ago by free range, well cared for birds. They are so much better than supermarket eggs it's unbelievable. When you have eggs this fresh there is really only one thing to do. Sunnyside up with toast. Just a little salt and pepper, cooked covered for the last little bit. That way the whites on the top cook a bit more than normal sunnyside up, but the yolks stay runny.
I like to dip my toast in the yolk. That's definitely the best part. Now that, kids, is some serious deliciousness. I'm going to do a few more things with these, mostly featuring the eggs themselves since they are so good. I've got some awesome scrambled eggs coming up and... more stuff. Ok, I'm not sure what else I'm going to make, but it's going to be good! Expect more breakfast stuff this week.
I'm curious, where does everyone stand on runny yolks? I've known people who can't handle the tiniest jiggle in their eggs and people who barely cook them. I like them runny when the eggs are fried, but I like my scrambled eggs and omelets pretty firm. Of course, most of the time my omelets turn into scrambled eggs, but that's a different story altogether. Heh.