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10 Different Ways To Eat Your Eggs

Gordon's eggs Benedict

Gordon Ramsay's breakfast classic is the ideal way to begin an indulgent weekend.

Stuffed Potato Skin Skillet Hash with Fried Eggs

Cooking Channel serves up this Stuffed Potato Skin Skillet Hash with Fried Eggs recipe from Kelsey Nixon.

Bacon, Spinach, and Goat Cheese Frittata

Frittata. Sounds fancy, but it’s not. Sounds potentially unhealthy…but it’s not! But it's the best thing on earth.

Italian-Style Frittata with Bacon, Spinach and Goats' Cheese

This wholesome breakfast is very healthy and nutritious.

Baked Eggs in Creamy Polenta and Pepperoni Tomato Sauce

Baking these eggs in individual dishes creates an intimate presentation--each egg is nestled in its own serving of creamy polenta and tomato sauce. And since the eggs are finished in the oven, they don't require last-minute attention or fussing to get them perfectly cooked.

Chesapeake Bay

These deviled egg recipes suit everyone's tastes, whether classically creamy or packed with spice, these deviled egg recipes will ready guests for the feast ahead.

Fork-and-Knife Soft-Boiled Egg Sandwiches with Anchovy Aioli

Why the "fork and knife?" This generous sandwich is a real challenge to eat neatly with your hands--between the juicy tomatoes, the lush avocado, the oozing egg and the aioli. So make it easy on yourself and use utensils. And keep a napkin handy.

Breakfast Tacos with Crispy Potatoes, Chorizo, and Fried Egg

Soft tortillas wrapped around soft potatoes does not make for a satisfying bite; In order for potato tacos to be successful, there needs to be some sort of crispy element to them.

Poached Eggs with Crab Salad and English Muffins : Recipes : Cooking Channel

Poached Eggs with Crab Salad and English Muffins recipe from Michael Symon is a superb breakfast meal.

Simple Frittata

This unfolded Italian omelet is perfect for brunch or a quick weeknight dinner. Fill with leftover cooked vegetables, potatoes or even rice.