So I thought that there are plenty of good cooks on here and was thinking it would be a good idea to share a few amongst ourselves. I will start with eggs 1 Turn the heat heat down I see a lot of people that get brown on their eggs and it is gross. Eggs are delicate take your time with them 2 Scrambled eggs need to be beaten like someone just stole your razor. Its not enough to just mix them up. Beating them longer will incorporate air making them lighter and fluffier. Also see #1 Pan trick If you have a stainless pan but you need it nonstick. Heat pan until smoking then wipe with a paper towel that has cooking oil on it. This will create a film that will make it non stick for a while. This is what they do on a breakfast buffet when the eggs are cooked to order. They don't go through 200 pans for breakfast. These examples might not not be that useful, but I am hoping all you fine folks can give some tricks that are useful. Thanks for indulging me .