Most Amish have a plentiful supply of eggs on hand. Chickens are a useful and easy animal for Amish homesteaders to raise, with their penchant for eating food scraps and providing eggs. Hens rule the roost and eggs uses are varied and prized. From a simple scramble to a more elaborate omelet, the use of eggs after an Amish sunrise are as wide as the sky. Whether they are scrambled, shirred, poached, boiled, soft-cooked, medium-cooked, hard-cooked, fried, of stewed, eggs win the breakfast hearts of most Amish. Creations like Eggs La Golden or Hidden Eggs are just a few of the ways to enjoy these shell-covered, from-the-hen gems!