"If you've broken the eggs, you should make the omelette." ~
Anthony Eden (English Statesman and Prime Minister (1955-1957), 1897-1977)
Does anyone remember a time... long, long, long ago, when eggs came in paper cartons and you didn't have to ALWAYS check for cracked and broken shells before buying? And do you remember when the feed fed to chickens didn't have antibiotics in it and the eggs produced by those chickens didn't run the risk of transmitting Salmonella so they could be eaten raw in luscious recipes such as French Silk Pie? I do. Now we have to check each dozen... and it looks like I didn't do the best job here! So, anyone for some scrambled eggs or an omelette?
Carmi's weekly theme over at Written, Inc. this week is "busted".
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