2) Bring the water to a boil in a medium saucepan. Salt the water, add the vinegar, and then lower the heat so the water barely bubbles.
3) One at a time, break the eggs into a small cup or bowl, and then pour into the water, trying not to break the yolks.
4) Poach for about 2 1/2 minutes, meanwhile with a slotted spoon, gently lift and shape the whites around the egg yolks until glazed but still liquid.
5) While the eggs poach, toast the bread slices on both sides. Put a slice of toast on each of 2 plates. Immediately top with the prosciutto so that it softens from the heat of the toast.
6) Lift the poached eggs out of the water with a slotted spoon, letting excess water drip off, and then place an egg on each toast. Drizzle each toast with 2 teaspoons chive oil and then grind a little black pepper over each. Serve immediately.
1) Place chives and olive oil in a blender and puree.
2) Strain through a fine-mesh strainer.
3) Pour through a funnel into a bottle for storage. Cover and refrigerate. Use within 2 weeks.