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Macadamia nuts, Maui natural sugar, butter, egg yolks, flour, kosher sea salt (full stop)
As she drank yet another cup of green tea and ate yet another desultory New York deli breakfast, her mind danced with visions of creamy scrambled eggs, oatmeal with golden syrup, toast with thick-cut marmalade, a single round of bacon and black tea so tannic you had to bite it in half to drink it properly.
Puts a whole new twist on those ‘eggs’ you find in software.
“Red eggs sound gross.”
If it were all by ‘design’, wouldn’t they be square and stackable?
Red, yellow, purple, egg (and I shall say no more).
After a violent whipping, the cook placed the scrambled eggs in the pan, completely disregarding the fact that he’d allowed his participle to dangle free and untamed like a raging metaphor that makes no sense.
Pepe sped to the scene where he encountered a burglarized chicken coop and broken eggs everywhere; as he interviewed the witnesses he heard the same thing over and over, “that was one pollo loco, hombre.”
I’d take all the fancy restaurants and swap ‘em all for the call of eggs on toast.
Dixon made it a point never to trust anything or anyone traveling in a gang, and yes, he told his wife, that included eggs.
Rufus thinks the rising cost of eggs is an outrage, and my friend Schuster says he couldn’t agree more, and that if the price goes any higher they were going to have to seriously consider finding something else fun to throw at cars.
Eggs are funny and pun-worthy as they are, of course, the beginnings of the notoriously amusing Chicken.
When the egg comes out is it dry?
“The mix of eggs, oil and garlic is pejoratively referred to as ‘mayonnaise with garlic.’”
His dream job was to run an organic eyebrow salon, where specially trained chickens carefully plucked the unruly brows of the city’s most discerning and environmentally concerned citizens; also, they could buy eggs.
Henkle desperately needed to believe he was not a bird, but it was too late now, the egg had been laid!
The doctor assured Henkle that while it was highly unusual for a man to lay an egg, all his tests confirmed there appeared to be nothing to be alarmed about; "Although," the doctor added, "I do have some concerns that it's been over a week now and still no second egg."
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