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Egg Dishes; Humor

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I'd appreciate learning what egg dishes (non-dessert) sampled at a restaurant (whether or not in the DC area) have been particularly memorable for you.

In addition, your input on when humor can play a significant role in a dish (with any available examples) would be of considerable interest to me.  :wink:

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Memorable egg dishes… hmmm. Calling Dr. Freud! Anna or Sigmund. What would it mean to you if I said “Over easy with bacon”?

Humor in dishes? Like what? A sailor’s hat on a softshell crab? Little Barbie high heels on the frenched lamb chops? Oh,  I’ve got it: a smiley face in brown sugar on the crème brulee!

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