This is more of a method than an actual recipe. I mean, it's just scrambled eggs. However! These are eggs according to how the master Gordon Ramsay cooks them (from his book [Gordon Ramsay Makes it Easy](http://www.amazon.com/Gordon-Ramsay-Makes-Easy/dp/0764598783)) and since it's more of a technique of cooking rather than a full-blown recipe, I hope he won't mind me paraphrasing the method here...
add to shopping list Ingredients
- 3 eggs
- decent wedge of butter
- splash of cream
- freshly ground salt & pepper
1. Break 3 eggs into a pan on the lowest heat possible. Stir to combine the yolks with the whites, then add half the butter. Keep stirring.
2. The trick, according to GR, is to not let the eggs get too hot so occasionally you will need to bring the pan off the heat entirely and give it a stir. When the eggs begin to set, add the rest of the butter.
3. Keep stirring and make sure you don't get huge chunks of egg - break them up if necessary. Finally add a splash of cream or creme fraiche, season with salt and pepper and serve on a slice of thick, toasted bread.
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