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100 folds in your hat? Prove yourself worthy!

post #1 of 44
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OK friends. There are 100 folds in a chef's hat. They're supposed to symbolize the 100 ways to prepare eggs and I don't mean poached, fried, over easy, or boiled! So can we collectively name 100 classic egg dishes? :)

I'll start..

Eggs Benedict. :D
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Eggs Sardou
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post #4 of 44
Thread Starter 
Denver Omelet. I think that qualifies because it's an American classic no?
post #5 of 44
There are all different kinds of French Omelets,

oh yeah and Quiches.
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Fried eggs over easy with ham and hash browns.

Ok I failed already :D

With chipotle chiles in adobo sauce.
post #7 of 44
Do egg noodles qualify? I know how to make them from eggs and semolina. And then at least 100 recipes for them.
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Egg McMuffin
Huevoes Rancheros
Steak n Eggs

Cat Man
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eggs

Frittata (w/ sauteed veggies)
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post #10 of 44
eggs en cocotte
eggs mimosa
hard boiled eggs in kedgeree
eggs florentine
coddled eggs
piperade
post #11 of 44
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Scotch eggs
Eggs florentine
Eggs mousseline
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-Gran Mere Omlette (Tarragon, bacon, gruyere, and Mornay Sauce)
-Custard
-Fritatta de Mare
-Eggs Oscar
-Ciambatta (sp?) Italian breakfast sandwich of Eggs, italian sausage, peppers, potato
-Souffle
Oh yeah Deviled too.
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huevos divorciados.......Ole!
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Chawanmushi
Toad in a hole
Deviled eggs
Egg salad
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post #15 of 44
souffle?
creamed eggs
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Egg curry--eggs boiled, shelled, then deep fried for a browned outside, then simmered in a curry sauce
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100 year old eggs
Hopple-popple (eggs scrambled with kosher salami)
Egg crepes
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post #18 of 44
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Pickled eggs. :D
post #19 of 44
Thread Starter 
Green eggs and ham? Does that count?
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-Quiche
-Dropped (ie Egg drop soup)
-Easter Bread Italian Easter bread tradition that utilizes whole eggs and Fennel baked into bread. Shame I can't remember the name and all I can remember is Easter Bread.
-Sauce Hollandaise
-Sauce Bernaise
-Sauce Choron
-As a Liason (okay... that's yolks but it is part of an egg. LOL)
-Chocolate Mousse (yeah I know that using eggs in a mousse has been debated here but I always use them)
post #21 of 44
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Hey those don't count! The egg must be the center of attraction, so to speak.

Eggs Mornay
oeuf a la nage

I wonder if you just add the name of the garnish, like

eggs "oscar" or eggs perigord.
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British style pork pie with whole boiled eggs in the middle of the pork meat.
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-Souffle omelet (ok someone said omelette but its a bit different)
-Egg nog
- Russian eggs (hard boiled with caviar on top)
- Avgolemono (Greek chicken-egg-lemon soup)
- Soy eggs
- eggy bread
- caramelised egg yolK (Ferran Adria)
- pavlova (well no egg yolks but...)
- egg foo yung
- convent eggs (baked eggs with cream)

...the list is endless

- does egg white face mask count? :)

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post #24 of 44
poached eggs

caramel flan

Easter eggs that are still pink or purple or gray or whatever even after you shell them, with salt and pepper

creme brulee--does that count?
post #25 of 44
If Green eggs and ham counts.......... Then those do too. HA!:bounce::rolleyes::look:
post #26 of 44
If the eggs were green, I would notice them more than anything else
post #27 of 44
Croque Monsieur
Chinese style '100 year old' eggs
post #28 of 44
Is it me or is it getting a bit "gassy" in here? ;) :D bwahahahaahahaha! Eggs eggs, the musical fruit the more you eat, the more you...oh wait that's not eggs that's beans! But there should be one for eggs too! :D
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Balut! LOL! :)

Really, are we stuck here? We haven't even gotten to 50 yet.
post #30 of 44
creme Anglaise
blancmange
cheese souffle
pudding souffles
Bearnaise sauce
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