Victor Hugo and Eggs ~1895

What Victor Hugo Says about Eggs. 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. More Fun Discoveries from Antique... Continue Reading →

Eggs a la Goldenrod ~1917

Classic Eggs on Gluten Free Toast Recipe. You regularly find recipes using hardboiled eggs in various ways in antique cookbooks. This Eggs a la Goldenrod recipe almost treats the eggs like a sausage substitute in a sausage and gravy over biscuits breakfast - but instead you have eggs and gravy over toast. Yum! Prep Time:... Continue Reading →

Eggs ~1855

Background on Eggs. Historical footnote on Orpheus, Pythagoras and their eggs, which you may or may not have known already: And then we find this footnote about Egyptians slinging their eggs around.  Is this true?!? Any other interesting tidbits on eggs out there?   Source: Soyer's Shilling Cookery for the People, 1855. More Fun Discoveries... Continue Reading →

Eggs and Bacon Another Way ~1808

This recipe is essentially deviled eggs served on bacon and smothered in gravy. My arteries just hardened a bit. If you were working hard all day on the farm in sub-zero weather, though, I could see where this would fill in all the nooks and crannies! I would probably pair this with black coffee or... Continue Reading →

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