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Scotch Eggs
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03/25/2013
Andrea J. Bartholomew
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Scotch Eggs are a common menu item in England, and despite their name eluding to a different origin, actually did first appear in England. London department store Fortnum & Mason is credited with “inventing” them in 1738 and helping increase their popularity in the 18th century. This meat-wrapped, breaded and fried hen’s egg (or quail,… View Article

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