I've just thought about this lately. Kitchen and cooking tips and tricks learned through the years, and some passed on from experts, not necessarily from the culinary world but also from family members who have gained the knowledge through years and years of experience. So this is a first. A series of "how to's".
Tip # 1 - How to make that boiled egg with runny yolks for that Caesar Salad garnish/topping
Heat a small saucepan with enough water to submerge the egg. Bring the water to a boil. Add the egg/s as soon as the water boils and cook for 5 minutes. Take the eggs off and place in a bowl with cold water, to stop the cooking process. Once cool, carefully peel off egg shells (the egg white will be cooked but quite soft so be gentle) and slice in half. Place on top of the salad.
P.S - As with all recipes and experiences here, I do not profess to be an expert in the kitchen, but these are tricks that we're passed on to me, some learned, and ALL of which I use when cooking and in the kitchen.