Carol Taylor lives in slightly more exotic surroundings than most of us and today she shares some local delicacies.. eggs come more than over easy in Thailand… #recommended
Wow.….when is an egg, not an egg??? Or how many ways can you eat/cook an egg???
Eggs are probably one of the most versatile and eaten foods around the world.
Chinese and Egyptian records as far back as 1400 BC mention the egg and in 3200 BC records, they talk of domesticated fowls and eggs. World wide there are nearly 2oo breeds and a variety of chooks.
Eggs are big business.
So let us have a look at whose eggs we favour...Turkey eggs used to be a staple in North America and were also part and parcel of Olde worlde cuisine particularly in England. The well-known American restaurant Delmonico’s served Turkey egg omelettes well into the late 19th century.
It was also believed by many chefs that turkeys eggs made the best sauces….They are not commonly found now as they are very expensive. Turkeys are not as prolific egg layers as…
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