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egg spoon

n
(Cookery) a small spoon for eating a boiled egg
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Why, this article," I said, pointing at it with my egg spoon as I sat down to my breakfast.
Different competitions including Egg Spoon Race, Egg cooking recepies demonstration and speech contests were held on the occasion.
This comes in a week when the Daily Mail's Lynda Lee-Potter, with imagination in overdrive, writes that Prince Charles has to have his silver egg spoon positioned on his breakfast plate pointing outwards at an angle of 5 o'clock.
That's a very good price,' I said, adding a new poached egg spoon to a bag already containing an pounds 8 stainless steel saucepan.
I would have rather hacked my head off with a plastic egg spoon than joined in with the compulsory ``I am the Music Man'' sing along conducted by teacher on the school day trip to Llandudno.
So the lone diner, for fear of turning into a slob, should set out the boiled egg on a clean tablecloth with a china cup and saucer, side plate, butter dish, toast rack, starched white napkin, condiment set, cream jug, and egg spoon.
The egg spoons had our eggs for breakfast, the sauce bottle's asleep in our bed,
SILVER SERVICE: A part of the collection by George Adams from 1877 Recently we had a silver service by George Adams 1877 which came in for sale: 10 tablespoons, 12 forks, 12 dessert spoons, 12 dessert forks, 10 teaspoons, two egg spoons, four sauce ladles and a cheese scoop, which realised pounds 3,200.