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  • adj. comparative form of eggy: more eggy


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  • Again, it is just my personal preference to have an "eggier" tortilla, still full of potatoes and onions, but largely bound by eggs.

    Archive 2004-07-01

  • The main difference is that the directions below result in the protein fish in this case being less dense with a puffier, eggier crust.

    China: Sweet and Sour

  • Freshly fried beignets ($3) were far eggier and therefore wetter than most, but still plenty poppable under a classically messy mound of powdered sugar.

    Serious Eats: New York

  • And homemade mayonnaise, made with fresh eggs, is so much better - creamier and eggier - though it won't keep as long.

    Adirondack Daily Enterprise

  • Cheaper than the organic kind encased in plastic, farm eggs not only have a lovely orange yoke and an eggier flavor; their irregular shapes and brown freckles make for a really beautiful Easter egg.

    The Valley Advocate: News


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