Most important meal of the day!
Heck, once you've had your fill here, it'll be your ONLY meal of the day.
I wish it listed priced. Beats the hell out of some dried up doughnuts.
What are shirred eggs, anyway? I would like some mackerel.
Shirred eggs (also known as baked eggs, or in French, œufs en cocotte) are eggs cooked in a manner which results in a firm white but soft or runny yolk. The name comes from the dish in which the eggs are cooked. The eggs are placed in ramekins with a knob of butter on top and baked at 350 degrees Fahrenheit until the white is set, but the yolk remains soft, which takes around 15 minutes.I would like to add that I love the phrase "a knob of butter".
Intriguing. This would make for a cool decoration in an office or workspace, methinks.
If you click the "found" info, there are literally hundreds of different menus there.
Are these the people who invented obesity?
Nobody said you had the eat ALL of it.
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That's got to be spam somehow.
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