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Hotels simply do not know how to cook scrambled eggs.
EGG-STRA SPECIAL: Eggs Benedict, and below, Barry Langston, the chef at Home at the Woodside ferry terminal TASTY BREAKFAST: Pesto scrambled egg
THERE is only one wine to accompany scrambled egg and that is a good glass of fizz.
Generously spread toast with Maille Hollandaise, top with asparagus spears and finish with creamy scrambled egg.
Remove toast from the grill and butter, before placing the scrambled egg on top.
It says the first meal of the day for many guests is too often a second-rate affair and relating the experience of one guest, who said: ``The scrambled egg was previously cooked and possibly microwaved, arriving in a curious ramekin shape on a plate.
He wanted to tuck into scrambled egg and beans for the last time at his favourite cafe.
For less than a quid, the budget brekkie features scrambled egg, bacon, beans, hash brown, sausage and tomato.
SCRAMBLED EGG A good source of protein to help them grow as