Eggs are always a fun topic in cooking because they are so simple, versatile, delicious, and yet they can be challenging to get just right. I was wondering what techniques you guys use for a sunny side up egg? I've experimented with different approaches. I personally do not like any runny egg white, so it's an extremely thin line for me between being under and over. I've arrived at just getting the pan (small non-stick skillet with just a little oil sprayed on it) up to a medium heat, adding the egg, and then immediately covering with a cloche. I used to add a little water to the pan towards the end but that usually causes the yolk to glaze over. Here's about as close as I can get. This egg had a large amount of egg white around the yolk. I used a free range (pasture) egg if that matters. Would love to hear your approach and see any pictures if you're going to cook yourself breakfast!