World Egg Day

World Egg Day

World Egg Day will be celebrated on 13 October 2017 this year. In conjunction with this celebration, we are going to write about the ways eggs can be cooked. When you visit a restaurant and especially if you order an egg for breakfast at the hotel’s buffet, they will ask you how you would like your egg. Here is how you can order your egg.



1.  Hard scrambled

The egg is fully cooked, meaning the white and yolk are cooked thoroughly and not runny. The white and yolk are broken and mixed together in a pan while they are being cooked.


2.  Soft scrambled

This version of scrambled egg is less dry than the hard scrambled. This can be done either by reducing the cooking time or by adding in milk/butter and whipping the egg before cooking it.


3.  Hard boiled

The egg is fully cooked by putting the whole egg in its shell form into boiling water. Ten to fifteen minutes would usually do the trick.


4. Soft boiled

The white is cooked but the yolk is still runny. The egg is cooked using the same method as hard boiled by putting the egg into boiling water but the cooking time is reduced.


5. Sunny side up

The egg yolk is facing upwards and surrounded by the egg white. The egg white is cooked, though some parts may still be runny, while the yolk is runny. The egg is cracked into a pan and cooked until the edges are brown. The egg is not flipped at all.


6. Over easy

The beginning part for cooking an over easy is the same as sunny side up, except that when the edges are brown, the egg will be flipped. The other side of the egg will then be cooked until a film is made over the yolk. The yolk and also maybe some of the whites will be runny.


7. Over medium

This uses the same cooking method as over easy, except the cooking time is longer. The film over the yolk is thicker and the whites are fully cooked. Only the yolk is runny.


8. Over hard

This uses the same method as both over easy and over medium, except the cooking time is much longer than both. The egg white and yolk are fully cooked.


9. Poached

The egg is boiled in water but without its shell. The egg yolk is still runny inside.


10. Basted

The way the egg is cooked is a mixture of frying and poaching the eggs. Hot fats or melted butter is spooned over the egg while it is being cooked, then just as the egg is about to set, water is poured over the egg and the pan is covered until the egg is cooked to your desired level of doneness. You can choose well done if you like your egg fully cooked or a shorter cooking time if you like your yolk runny.


11. Baked

The egg can be put into a dish or tin and baked in the oven. Other ingredients are usually added in, for example tomato. The egg will be fully cooked.


These are the ways eggs can be cooked and how you can order them at restaurants. There are many types of dishes made out of eggs for example and omelette, where it is using the scrambled method and the egg is folded over other ingredients. Egg are used for cooking and also for baking.


Previously we have done an event which had eggs as one of the main items for the event. It was for our event called Threeasure Hunt which was in conjunction with Myle Enterprise’s 3rd Anniversary. We gave away gifts made out of eggs to the lucky winners of the event (which was a combination of online and live event where it was some sort of treasure hunt with online tips for the hunt). The eggs were edible hard boiled eggs. Some of these gifts would make interesting door gifts for your events. More of our creations and items for sale can be seen at our online store at


Flower bouquet made out of eggs (edible hard boiled eggs are inside the blue wrappers).


Candies made out of eggs and Olympic-torch inspired egg gifts. They would make pretty interesting door gifts.


Eggs are not only tasty as food, they can be made into interesting gifts and decoration too. We wish you a Happy World Egg Day.


It’s an egg, it’s a rabbit… No, it’s our Threeasure Hunt Event

It’s an egg, it’s a rabbit… No, it’s our Threeasure Hunt Event

Myle Enterprise’s Threeasure Hunt event was held on 25 March 2016 (Friday) and 27 March 2016 (Sunday), where details on this event was written in our last blog post. This event is called Threeasure Hunt (pronounced “treasure hunt”) because Myle Enterprise is three years old, hence the event is called THREEasure Hunt. 27 March 2016, which is the second day of this event, was also Easter Day and according to German folklore, rabbits will be bringing eggs or hiding them as treasures for people to find.


Our event revolves around eggs, hunting and on our second day of our event, we even have our event crews dress up as bunnies to give out eggs-citing prizes. Some of our prizes were made out of edible eggs and they were created by Meus Gift, which creates gifts for events, for example door gifts.


Clockwise from lower left : Flower bouquet made out of eggs; Golden egg candy; Olympic-torch inspired egg holder with egg inside; Myle Enteprise cash vouchers with eggs in a basket; and eggs in a glass bowl decorated with a big ribbon.


Flower bouquet made out of edible eggs.


Edible eggs in silver decorated wrappers. Available exclusively from Meus Gift.


How this event worked was like this – we were at different venues in Penang island during different times on 25 March 2016 and 27 March 2016 (afternoon onwards). Before the event began on each day, we posted up hints on where the venue of this event will be in our Facebook event page and those who were at the correct venue where we were at, will just need to register as a participant, take a picture and they get to take home a prize. The participants were 18 years old and above.


Our first venue on the first day of event was at Penang Skills Development Centre (PSDC) and we were there from 4pm until 6pm.



The lucky participants from Event Day 1, Venue 1.


Our next venue was Bay Avenue and we were there for half an hour.


The lucky participants from Event Day 1, Venue 2.


Our last stop for the first day of this event was Bayan Bay and we were there for half an hour.


The lucky participants from Event Day 1, Venue 3.


Here is a picture of our event photographer and crew holding the prizes which were given out on the first day of our event.


Event photographer and event crew on our first day of event, holding some of the prizes to be given out to the participants. These 2 event crews were very dishonest as they stole the event uniform (the t-shirt) and didn’t return it to us. We won’t recommend to take their services or hire them for jobs.


On the second day of our event, our event crews dressed up in bunny-styled attires. The event was from 1pm until 8pm.

Our event crews in bunny-styled attires posing with our event photographer.


The first venue on our second day of our event was Karpal Singh Drive and we were there for an hour.


The lucky participants on our Event Day 2, Venue 1.


The second venue on the second day of this event was at Esplanade Penang (Padang Kota Lama). It was a sunny and hot day. There were tourists and locals seen at this venue. We were there for an hour.


The lucky participants on Event Day 2, Venue 2.


The third venue on our second day for this event was Batu Ferringhi. Penang is a paradise of sun, sand and beach. Many people were seen lounging on the sandy beach of Batu Ferringhi and some were swimming in the water. There were people playing water sports like jet skiing, parachuting and some were having their food at the stalls in Batu Ferringhi. We were there for an hour.


The lucky participants on Event Day 2, Venue 3.


After that, we traveled to our last venue for the second day of our event, which was Gurney Drive. Some were resting while enjoying the view of the sea while some were found jogging along the stretch by the seaside. Quite a number of people were walking around Gurney Drive, from the shopping malls to the hotels, the residences and eateries. We were there for one and a half hours.


The lucky participants from our Event Day 2, Venue 4.


More pictures on this event can be seen in our Facebook photo album on our Facebook page at
It was nice to meet all the participants of this event and we look forward to hearing from you on future events. We thank all the participants for taking part in this event and thank you to the event team members as well as those who have helped us in one way or another to make Myle Enterprise’s Threeasure Hunt a success. See you at our next event.

Threeasure Hunt Event – Myle Enterprise’s 3rd Anniversary

Threeasure Hunt Event – Myle Enterprise’s 3rd Anniversary

Myle Enterprise celebrated our 3rd anniversary this year on 6 March 2016. As we turn THREE this year, we decided to create an event called “Threeasure Hunt” (pronounced “treasure hunt”) on our birthday month.
This event is a twist from the usual treasure hunt events. We will post up hints or clues regarding the event venue on our online social media platforms, then if you guess it correctly and end up at the event venue where we are holding the event, you will receive a prize. 
The event details are as follows.
Event dates : 25 & 27 March 2016 (Friday & Sunday respectively)
Event time : Afternoon onwards
Venue : All around Penang. We will be travelling to different spots on the Penang island.
Participants : 18 years old and above
Participation fee : FREE
You can register on the spot when you find us at the event venue where we are at and then you need to take a picture with our event props. After that you get to take home your prize.
Our event details can also be found on our Facebook page at . We will be posting up hints on our Facebook event page including our whereabouts and the time of the event, so stay tuned.
Here is the flyer on the Threeasure Hunt event.
*This flyer is correct at the time of publishing this post and may be subject to changes later.
Don’t miss out on this event and a chance to play with us for our Threeasure Hunt.