Victor Hugo and Eggs ~1895

What Victor Hugo Says about Eggs.

Eggs-1895

Victor Hugo was accustomed to say that there were few things more inherently equivocal than an egg, and that he never broke the shell of one without a dim apprehension that the unexpected might suddenly make its appearance.

Source: The Thorough Good Cook, 1895.

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