This morning, for reasons I can't quite explain, I decided to do things different. I whirled my eggs with about a quarter cup milk for each egg in a blender, adding in spices, and poured that into the skillet. As I cooked the mixture, stirring constantly, some interesting stuff happened. The eggs started to precipitate out of the milk. While the eggs were busy becoming solid, the milk was starting to cook off. I ended up with some scrambled eggs and a little liquid left over, and more importantly, there were no eggs stuck to the pan. Hmm.
I would try to reduce the amount of milk I used, but the effect is intriguing. The eggs are a bit more rubbery and crumbled than I like, but put enough cheese in it, and it's all good. It's certainly worth not having to scrub the pan, and also I know that non-stick skillets aren't that great for you. This may be the beginning of something good. Or odd. Probably odd.