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American Embassy Paris Scrambled Eggs
Yes, humble though they may be, they are vital to a successful breakfast that serves a scrambled egg. I learned this from the French cooks at the American Embassy Cafeteria in Paris, France. The eggs were scrambled on the spot as we waited for them. Robin's Nest guests have told her repeatedly that her scrambled eggs are the best they've ever had. Only buy "free-roaming" chickens' eggs or other best eggs you can find, as the yolks are a richer gold.
Melt the butter in the pan until it begins to bubble. Pour in your lightly beaten eggs. The secret is: Do not leave the eggs. They should take no more than 2 to 3 minutes to cook to the soft/firm stage. This should be the last item you do for breakfast. Serve immediately, although they do set well.
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