Or fry an egg, cut in pieces and re-fry when I make fried rice.
I think those are the only things I eat that involves PURE EGGS and not mixed in a batter with milk or stuff. ( pancakes/cakes/etc )
I realize that tamagoyaki involves making a form of batter. But it's a batter where the eggs are still the main character.
scrambled, omelettes or fried. occasionally hard boiled but hardly ever
i have recently discovered the joys of fried eggs
and my friend makes SUCH GOOD OMELETTES
he made me and my other friend some this morning! green onions, seasoning salt, pepper, italian herbs, oregano, and some other stuff i don't remember and provolone
BUT WE GOT THOSE GREEN ONIONS FROM THE FARMER'S MARKET and ugh they are so ♥♥♥♥ing good
Pretty much what you like, but with the addition of poached eggs.
With the exception of scrambled and boiled eggs, I've only ever had fried eggs, poached eggs, and omelettes at my university or restaurants (ok, one exception for omelettes, because my sister tried to make one... and succeeded!).
Fried eggs are wonderful on sandwiches. My university had hard ones and soft ones. The latter had runny yolk. Not sure if it's the same as sunny side up or not, but I don't care for it. Give me hard fried eggs!
Scrambled eggs are best when infused with lots of cheese. My family has always used Velveeta as the cheese. Oh, and actually, they need little bits of ham to really be the best formulation.
Boiled eggs are best eaten hard and by themselves. My family lets them cool, but I prefer mine hot, like I'd get at my university while I was still there.
Omelettes are like salads for me: everything can go into or onto one. Cheese, ham, hash browns, peppers, salsa, sour cream, mmmmmmmmmmmmm. Unfortunately, the best omelette I ever had was at a 1950's -themed diner that closed due to lack of business. T_T
My university had poached eggs and would put them in little bowls. Good stuff, and I don't think I've had any since graduating.
I don't feel like talking about how to prepare the above. It's the end result that counts!