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sunny-side up eggs
Sunny-side up are eggs fried on one side only, until the egg white is set, but the yolk remains liquid
Sunny-side up are eggs fried on one side only, until the egg white is set, but the yolk remains liquid. Gently splashing the hot cooking oil or fat over the sunny side uncooked white (i.e., basting) may be done to thoroughly cook the white. Covering the frying pan with a lid during cooking (optionally adding a cover and half-teaspoon of water just before finishing) allows for a less "runny" egg, and is an alternative method to flipping for cooking an egg over easy (this is occasionally called sunny side down or basted). Sunny side up eggs are also commonly referred to as dippy eggs or dip eggs by Pennsylvania Dutch people living in central Pennsylvania, in parts of Ohio, and in Pittsburgh mainly due to the practice of dipping toast into the yolk while eating. This term is also occasionally used in Canada
I recently thought my mini fridge might not be working right, because I didn't hear the motor running for some time. So I turned down the temperature to test it out.
I keep my eggs in the mini-fridge and went I went to do eggs and bacon this morning, I discovered the eggs froze. It seemed...