Answer quick cheap and easy. And if you don't have him in your fridge already he probably should. Here are five easy ways to cook eggs. Presently every time. You don't need much for these first super preparations all you need is a good nonstick skillet doesn't have any scratches on it a rubber spatula some salt and pepper and a good amount of butter. You want to use non-stick skillet banks are notoriously sticky for them all the protein a lot of other. Stuff in there. And you also want make sure that you're not using any metal utensils on the pan itself. First scrambled eggs. One of my personal faves scrambled eggs. There's a lot of different ways to cook them. This is what we prefer to use the kitchen so greatly the Crocombe into a separate bowl. First one in case you have any big chunks of actual running shell does get into the bowl itself. Totally fine. Take an axe Shelvey you've just crack and use that to go in and get the shell out while it makes it easier to crack them into the pan and scramble them in there. It's not really a good even way to do it. You'll have some big chunks of egg whites and big chunks of ice yolk. Trust me it's easy to clean. Just throw him in a bowl first and scramble him in there. So instead of adding milk or cream we just use a lot of butter. You start with about two tablespoons of butter. Get it nice and foamy in the pan and it's pretty much all the way melted. We're in a season our eggs with a bit of salt pepper and the other seasonings you want and then into the pan. We want to keep our heat pretty low here and we're actually not going to move the bags at all until we kind of see a little bit of the eggs sitting on the sides of the pan. When you start to see a little bit of the eggs set that's when you want to take a rubber spatula. And from the outside and. Push the eggs towards the center and kind of all around the pan so that all the eggs are cooking pretty evenly when they're about three quarters of the way cooked. We're going to do a real sneaky trick here and add a few cubes of butter. Send us a tablespoon into fours or so we're going to melt those cubes of butter into the engineered cells. And they're going to kind of emulsify sort of like creamy nice melty ness into scrambled eggs and they add is a really beautiful creamy texture at the end. So we recommend taking them off a little bit before you think that residual heat was in the eggs will continue to cook them into the perfect stuff. Yes I mean it definitely takes an art and takes a little bit of time to get firm will die. Right. But there's just something so good about it just kind of like hits all those salty creamy fatty notes for me and I just really really love having scrambled eggs the fried egg. Thing people are afraid of fried eggs. I don't know. There's so many other ways to do it. Like should pan be high it should be low. How do you get that perfect color. We're going to do ours on a medium heat for the fried egg so add butter to the pan. Add your egg into the butter. So you want to be hot enough that the egg white is kind of setting when it goes in. Let us start cooking. And you want to make sure that it's not so hot that the egg white itself is like going all over and boiling like crazy. Just a few drops of water at this point and immediately covered with a lid that's not create a good amount of steam in the pan. So it's going to help cook the egg white without being on such a high heat that the egg yolk will construed as well at that point. Now once it's cooked for a few minutes you have the world's most picture perfect egg really yellow vibrant yolk the white it is cooked. There's none of that weird like snotty bit no one undercooked. It just takes maybe a minute or two with that steam on top. And then you have a picture perfect egg. I mean you could answer that. It's a million things on the internet like how to get the perfectly hard boiled egg. We've tested a whole bunch and this is our tried and true method to your perfect boiled egg everytime. When you put them over medium high heat because you want to bring them to a boil but you want it kind of happened slowly. So some one or two potatoes we're doing this because we want them to cook really evenly we don't want the outside to cook for the inside pan ones that are old and boil you want take it off the cover and set your timer between four and 16 minutes depending on how you like your yolks cooked and then once they're cut to your liking immediately take the eggs out and put them into an ice bath. That's going to stop the cooking right away to make sure that your joke is going to be cooked to your preference. If you leave them in that hot water or just like take them out of the hot water and don't call them down then you'll get that like really weird Chaki like grayish green yolk which we don't want and just as a visual here our eggs cooked at all of these different times you can see how much softer the milk is a four minutes we're 16 it's completely cooked for. Them Kind halves their quarters thrown right on top of the salad. They like a nice amount of color and freshness. I think there also a really good snack as well. But there's a million different recipes you can use for hard boiled eggs. All right. Poaching eggs which I honestly don't think is too scary. You want to use a big pot of water. There's just like more room for the egg to kind of move around and you want to make sure that your pot of water is. I know this sounds crazy but like a. Hard simmer. That you don't want it's so boiling that the water's really disruptive and it's going to shake the egg of a ton. But if it's not moving at all then that will just completely sink to the bottom and there won't be any movement. Rolling that egg white over the year. Similar to scrambled eggs. You're always going to want to make sure that you're cracking your eggs into a bowl first. And then we're into a little whirlpool trickster and stick your spoon and it's where all the water and then that center Whirlpool is where we're going to drop into as it's slowing down is when you want to add your egg. If it's still going to have the the Whirlpool's too fast then that she's going to you want to let that go and do its thing in there until you kind of can't see any of that translucent white. With a poached egg. You want the egg yolk to still be quite runny but again no one wants the White. And that. Is a Postbank. Are going to block it all the actual water off there. And then you're in it. So that's the traditional method. But if you were doing a whole bunch. We've got a trick for you. So instead of a big deep pot we're just going to use a saute pan that has flat sides like three or four inches deep that you can put some of these heat safe glass bowls and have them completely covered in water. And for this one I can do like three maybe even four at a time depending on how big your balls are and how big your pot is. And then same deal when it crack your eggs into a separate dish. What I'm going to do is actually go from one dish to another and what that bowl is going to do is it's going to keep the egg contained in that space. This is cool because you can get a nice rounded shape every time but it's going to look a little bit different than your classic poached egg. If you're just doing this for your friends and family at home. I don't think anyone will mind it'll still taste the same. It's easier for you to do a whole bunch of them and then it's a little less intimidating way to approach poached eggs. Really good nice soft delicate way to have an egg. And it's also kind of an impressive way to serve something that's pretty cheap. I love. Coccyx. Where's your favorite place. I think my problem is I don't have a favorite. I like them all. If I had children. I'd be x. Can't really choose one right. I'm a day.