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Old 07-16-2009, 11:39 PM   #27
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Jigen, are you married?
I am, but I can get a divorce if you are cooking the food in those pictures!



Side note: When you tell us Yanks to scramble two eggs, we call scrambled eggs cooking eggs in a skillet that have been broken and stirred up. The eggs are cooked until soft scrambled or hard scrambled and served usually for breakfast with bacon or sausage and toast.

I am pretty sure what you are calling for in your recipes is for two eggs to be "beaten". For that we use a whisk or a fork. For scrambling, we usually cook the eggs alone and it would make them useless for your recipes.
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