boiled egg

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Noun1.boiled egg - egg cooked briefly in the shell in gently boiling water
dish - a particular item of prepared food; "she prepared a special dish for dinner"
hard-boiled egg, hard-cooked egg - an egg boiled gently until both the white and the yolk solidify
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Carey always had a boiled egg at tea on Sunday, so that he might be fortified for the evening service.
Early in the morning Rikki-tikki came to early breakfast in the veranda riding on Teddy's shoulder, and they gave him banana and some boiled egg.
But I watched the girl, and her pantomime was so illuminating that I knew the sufferer had again cleaned the platter on Tuesday, had attempted a boiled egg on Wednesday (you should have seen Irene chipping it in Pall Mall, and putting in the salt), but was in a woful state of relapse on Thursday.
She gave us breakfast--stiff oatmeal porridge without milk, and a boiled egg apiece.
There are plastic boiled egg toppers that fit over the crown and conceal a blade that acts like a guillotine, and stainless steel egg crackers.
YOU CAN ROLL EGGS YOU will need a hard boiled egg per person (plain or decorated), and then you create a start and finish line.
Summary: IT'S guaranteed to bring a frown to the breakfast table cracking into a boiled egg .
I like that this gadget is small and compact, doesn't take up a lot of room on the worktop or for storage, does the job and makes a perfect boiled egg with minimum fuss.
In offering a boiled egg, we are providing an easy snacking solution that is perfect for packed lunches and inspires the use of eggs in meals without having to allow for preparation time," said Noble's group marketing director Finn Cottle.
In plan, it is an oval with its southern end cut off, like a boiled egg waiting to be eaten.