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RB, didn't you miss it last year because of the rain? and then reschedule but not all family could make it by then?
 



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My sisters birthday is the day before.
I wish you could make it too Curtis.
I'll have to try and remember to send your sister, through you, a BD greeting on Australia Day, local time. :yh:

RB, didn't you miss it last year because of the rain? and then reschedule but not all family could make it by then?
That was last Greek Easter, yes.
We usually celebrate Easter closest to Jewish passover but we tried to have it at Greek Easter so we could have all the relatives over but got rained out.

:)
 

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Ok, I hope this Easter goes well..Just remember to blow some of the lamb roasting awesome arroma my way:wave:
 

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Ok, I hope this Easter goes well..Just remember to blow some of the lamb roasting awesome arroma my way:wave:
You send me snow, I send you lamb.....:crackup:
 

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I wish you could make it too Curtis.
I'll have to try and remember to send your sister, through you, a BD greeting on Australia Day, local time. :yh:

Thanks Andrew. :beer: Much appreciated. :)
 

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That would be affirmative. But, you serum cholesterol is made by your liver and is a function of heredity.
 

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According to the Guinness World Records, the world’s largest chicken egg, which was nine inches in diameter and had five yolks however as many as 9 yolks have been reported.

More common than most would imagine--you can even buy a dozen double yolk eggs as well


This is really cool. I have not seen these in stores here, but now I will definitely be looking! :D


I'm not surprised. :eek: :scared:


For a split second I saw what looked like a dead Jar Jar Binks when I saw this picture. :D
 

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Y'all crack me up. :crackup:

Next Australia Day, I'll put a goanna on the spit, just for you guys.
Donk will be doing the cooking.
Who knows, he may even light the barbie with one of my lasers. :whistle:
Book your plane tickets.
Saturday, 26 January, 2019.

:beer:

Cool, that gives everyone almost 8 months to save up for airfare to "Down Under" land. :D

You could even make it a RB Dundee "DULEM"/BBQ (Down Under Laser Enthusiest Meeting).
 
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This will be my last report..;)
All 18 eggs were double yolked. :) Absolutely no kidding and these were regular Stop an Shop eggs. Seeing what everyone had to add as far as possible reasons, I guess it's becoming a bit more normal but still was kinda cool..
 

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Cool, that gives everyone almost 8 months to save up for airfare to "Down Under" land. :D

You could even make it a RB Dundee "DULEM"/BBQ (Down Under Laser Enthusiest Meeting).
:crackup:
That's awesome Jeff. :beer:

This will be my last report..;)
All 18 eggs were double yolked. :) Absolutely no kidding and these were regular Stop an Shop eggs. Seeing what everyone had to add as far as possible reasons, I guess it's becoming a bit more normal but still was kinda cool..
Very cool, think of it this way Pete, you got them for half price. :crackup:
 
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Seeing how most of the protein in eggs are in the albumin, whites, I would think getting the extra fat would be less desirable. But, that's just me. :thinking:
 

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That would depend on intended purpose.

Some food preparations call for using just the white or just the yolk, so having a choice there could be useful.

If you are just making an omelette i doubt it would matter much. Personally i hate the texture of cooked egg yolk, nor do i like it 'runny' in any way.

Just mixing the yolk and whites is fine with me, i like scrambled eggs and omelets I'm sure that from a nutritional standpoint there would be little difference, but when i comes to taste i prefer eggs as they used to be.
 

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Double yolk eggs would be better for throwing at people, they create double the mess! :D

See, this is precisely why we needed to get input from our resident forum eggspert, who else would have thought about this important benefit of double yolked eggs, good thinking E & E! :crackup: :na:
 




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