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    In order, in one sitting? Sounds like a challenge!
    I guess ideally yeah. At Ramiro one time I had small prawns, king prawns, langoustines, scarlet prawns and a huge lobster. From the menu we missed out tiger prawns, giant tiger prawns, the other kind of lobster (and also they have slipper lobster listed but never for sale, probably best cos I think it's endangered) and all the crabs. But obviously there are loads of other gradations of prawns and so on... would be very hard to manage everything on that spectrum, maybe if you drew up some rules for what counts as a full house with one thing from each size but not insisting on every type of thing...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Tea View Post
    Come on, they were hardly cooking for "hours"!

    Some severe egg-based Internet bullying going on here.
    I dunno, tea. the tray of already-cooked scrambled eggs comes out of the kitchen at the start of the buffet breakfast (let's say, 7:00 am) and sits there over one of those Sterno food warmers until breakfast ends at 9:30 am, coagulating before your very eyes. this egg abuse must end.

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    indian takeaway

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leo View Post
    I dunno, tea. the tray of already-cooked scrambled eggs comes out of the kitchen at the start of the buffet breakfast (let's say, 7:00 am) and sits there over one of those Sterno food warmers until breakfast ends at 9:30 am, coagulating before your very eyes. this egg abuse must end.
    They were probably made from powdered egg in the first place.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leo View Post
    I dunno, tea. the tray of already-cooked scrambled eggs comes out of the kitchen at the start of the buffet breakfast (let's say, 7:00 am) and sits there over one of those Sterno food warmers until breakfast ends at 9:30 am, coagulating before your very eyes. this egg abuse must end.
    I was talking about my own eggs!

    The eggs I cooked, I mean.
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    I'm now visualizing Tea with stood next to a doner kebab machine, shaving off slices from a huge cylinder of scrambled eggs into a folded-over slice of white Kingsmill.

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    Quote Originally Posted by comelately View Post
    They were probably made from powdered egg in the first place.
    tea doesn't care, he wants all egg-related foods to firmly stand straight up and wobble like a tower of jell-o.

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    They were probably made from powdered egg in the first place.
    My friend used to work in a sandwich shop and apparently they used something called long egg, which I guess was basically a reconstituted cylindrical egg which you could slice to produce many pieces which looked as though they had been sliced from a normal boiled egg.

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    yeah, I also doubt McDonald's is cracking open a couple of fresh ones for every Egg McMuffin they crank out.

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    we'll be shutting down this thread soon anyway once we all subsist on soylent.

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    I never really thought about these things cos I don't really like egg... if I do eat one it had better at least be real though, these monstrosities are inducing a violent reaction in me.

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    I just had a delicious buttery cheese omelette on a bagel I love egg it's brilliant

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slothrop View Post
    I'm now visualizing Tea with stood next to a doner kebab machine, shaving off slices from a huge cylinder of scrambled eggs into a folded-over slice of white Kingsmill.
    Are you pointing a telescope at my kitchen window?!
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