Easier with a biscuit cutter or an egg ring. Simple sheet metal ring, crack your egg in it on the griddle, egg doesn't run away.Camped last weekend and used the Blackstone for the first time away from home. I learned that leveling the griddle properly is important...especially when making a big pile of scrambled eggs. Breakfast was looking great and I was all set to snap a photo, poured on a bowl full of beaten eggs for scrambling....then had to scramble myself to keep the eggs from all running out of the hole in the back and down into the grease trap. Some quick two-handed spatula work while hollering for my wife to find something to tilt the griddle forward saved all but a half-egg worth in the end. Everything turned out fine but I was too flustered by then to get a photo. I'll have to either bring a level along or remember to stuff something in the grease port when I'm cooking something that 'flows'. Everything we cooked turned out great, just need to get in some more practice!