fried egg

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Noun1.fried egg - eggs cooked by sauteing in oil or butterfried egg - eggs cooked by sauteing in oil or butter; sometimes turned and cooked on both sides
dish - a particular item of prepared food; "she prepared a special dish for dinner"
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Never a hearty breakfaster, he had found himself under the influence of her wordless disapproval physically unable to consume the fried egg that confronted him.
It goes back to the fried egg. If a failing patient wore a fried egg on his or her forehead while in the radiology department, we'd know immediately that the nurse had to stay during the procedure.
The supermarket's 'Big Breakfast' costs [pounds sterling]4.70 and includes two British sausages, two rashers of British bacon, two hash browns, Heinz baked beans, mushrooms, tomato, fried egg and fried bread.
The find, which came to them one morning at a Denny's Grand Slam breakfast, has made them alter their neat image of a disk-shaped galaxy to one of a fried egg with steam shooting out of the yolk.
Our woman in Menlo Park took the writer back to art school: "I think your reporter had fried egg on his mind -- 'tempera' paint binds the pigment with egg; 'tempura' is a Japanese culinary method of deep-frying."
I also like pita bread, fried egg, barbecue, and fish as well.
Seems to me that a big fried egg or omelette coming from a turkey or goose would be impressive in size, and perhaps tasty, too!
Imagine encountering several long-tail Macaques, a bamboo rat, and the tracks of a wild boar on the trail just before your breakfast of steamed rice with coconut milk, bull's eye (fried egg), fried anchovies and peanuts, sliced cucumber and milo.
Breakfast consists of three fried egg sandwiches filled out with cheese, tomatoes, lettuce, fried onions and mayonnaise.
What's this giant fried egg doing on a beach in Sydney, Australia?
He had come to London in the '60s, not least because he wanted to work for Cedric Price, a brilliant producer of diagrams himself (for example the Fun Palace project, or his drawn analysis of the medieval, industrial and contemporary city: poached egg, fried egg and scrambled egg).
Stir-fried, it had green veggies, thin strips of beef and fresh lomi-like noodles, topped with fried egg and toasted garlic.