One of the most familiar forms of an egg, a scrambled egg is when the egg yolks and egg whites are beaten together and sautéed. Crawford tells us that the secret to scrambled eggs is that they have to be fluffy. "The key to fluffy scrambled eggs isto getair into the eggs with a utensil like a fork (maybe two) because air causes natural fluffiness," he says. "The fluffiness is what’s been lost in some flat scrambles. The product should look like whipped cream." The other important thing to remember when making scrambled eggs is to keep the heat at a moderate level so that they cook evenly and are evenly covered.