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Eggy, a white Labrador-Saluki mixed breed, has rickets (causing bone deformity), meaning he was malnourished before arriving at the shelter.
A night over was always followed by the heavenly smell of eggy bread being fried.
Supposedly pronounced as AW-kuh, the new range is available in four models - Eggy, Wooky, Soul and YoYo.
Tamagotchi" is a portmanteau of the Japanese word for egg (tamago) and the Japanized version of the English "watch," but it also denotes a certain eggy cuteness.
Your children will love the crispy coating and the eggy surprise inside.
The recently released Eggy Words apps are available to download in the Apps stores in both a free version (Eggy 100) and a more robust paid version (Eggy 250).
The gentle wasabi cut the eggy taste of the vanilla ice- cream and the asparagus peels provided a welcome freshness and crunch.
If you like the eggy scent (chaat fans know what I'm talking about) your interest will be piqued; otherwise you may back away quickly.
HERE is a quick-fire dessert by combining honey, yoghurt and bananas, all piled on top of eggy bread - or French toast, if you want the posh name.
Eggy is composed of two speakers magnetically attached to each other, which looks similar to an egg.
Waitrose's (***) had a strong eggy flavour that was not too overpowering and its tasty bits o-f bacon went down well, though the texture was on the sloppy side.
Thank you Clive, that piece of useless information went down well with the eggy soldiers.
It's the company's newest addition to its Eggy kitchen line, which all have a fun orange and white look.
This time of year, the store shelves are brimming with the sweet and eggy libation (no need to make it yourself).