Working in the Falkland Islands?

Indeed.
It's been in fridge for a few weeks while I tried to decide what to do with it!

Don't usually eat eggs so decided on an omelette.

Other than the colour can't say I noticed much difference.

You bastard. You’d never find me eating unborn baby birds, as @JuniorBod and @Ortholith will tell you :)

PS - Gas stove - is that natural gas or propane? Mains or one-tank-per-house?

PPS your pan is minging. Bit of scotchbrite on the manky bits and it’ll be reet :)
 

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Indeed.
It's been in fridge for a few weeks while I tried to decide what to do with it!

Don't usually eat eggs so decided on an omelette.

Other than the colour can't say I noticed much difference.
Put it in the tonight I cooked thread, be interesting to see how our residential chefs score it.

I read on here that penguin eggs taste fishy, was that a wind up?
 
Put it in the tonight I cooked thread, be interesting to see how our residential chefs score it.

I read on here that penguin eggs taste fishy, was that a wind up?
I certainly found they tasted fishy and, when fried, the albumen remained translucent.
Perhaps those that taste fishy are free-range.
 

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You bastard. You’d never find me eating unborn baby birds, as @JuniorBod and @Ortholith will tell you :)

PS - Gas stove - is that natural gas or propane? Mains or one-tank-per-house?

PPS your pan is minging. Bit of scotchbrite on the manky bits and it’ll be reet :)

Propane Cylinder.

Exactly the same as we had at home in terms of stove top.

We had electric fan oven in UK, still trying to adjust to a gas oven. Managing to burn one side of things while the other is still raw!
 

Fang_Farrier

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Put it in the tonight I cooked thread, be interesting to see how our residential chefs score it.

I read on here that penguin eggs taste fishy, was that a wind up?


This was my first so can not say with any authority. Decision on omelette due to the reports of the egg white looking different when boiled or fried.

No obvious fishy taste with this one at all but it was well seasoned and filled with cheese and ham.
 
Well done, I was just about to post the same.
Think I saw one in NZ around 2003, in a baker in Wainuiomata, displaying prices and types of pies.
Back in the '70s, on the way to Lydden Hill Circuit, we stopped for breakfast at a greasy spoon in Dunkirk (Kent). They had a similar board on the wall with their menu (didn't stipulate whether you wanted fag-ash in it, or not).
My p1ss-taking mate asked for a 'DOUBLE HOT DOG ROLLIIP', and the old bat behind the counter got quite snotty when she finally figured out that he was referring to the fact that they'd run out of room and hadn't left a space between the last 'L' and the 11p price.
He probably got the fag-ash f.o.c.
 
Beaten to it.
You know it deserves one. ;-)

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Go with a tour guide is the advice, they know the track.
 

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