We’re giving away our free range grade A eggs throughout Easter!
Treat yourself to an extra golden yolk with your bacon roll this morning or upgrade your cooked English breakfast to a double yolker for no extra charge. Plated breakfast items that already contain an egg can either have an extra egg added or will be discounted by 10%.
Terms: Free Eggs served at breakfast only. Offer available with purchase of a hot cooked breakfast item. All cooked breakfast items can be upgraded with an egg for free. Plated breakfasts that already contain an egg can either have an extra egg added or will be discounted by 10%. Offer Runs 19/03/2018-08/04/2018 between 07:00-11:00 weekdays/07:30-11:00 weekends. Management reserve the right to withdraw offer if not available.
In praise of eggs
The ultimate convenience food, eggs are powerhouses of nutrition, packed with protein and a range of 18 vitamins and minerals. In fact, the humble hen’s egg contains the highest quality protein you can buy.
Egg protein has just the right mix of essential amino acids needed by humans to build tissues. It is second only to mother’s milk for human nutrition
To tell if an egg is raw or hard-cooked, spin it! If the egg spins easily, it is hard-cooked but if it wobbles, it is raw.
Egg yolks are one of the few foods that are a naturally good source of Vitamin D.
A large egg contains only 70 calories and 5 grams of fat.
The fastest omelette maker in the world made 427 two-egg omelettes in 30 minutes. American Egg Board’s Howard Helmer, is the Omelette King; he holds three Guinness World Records for omelette making
Dr Seuss’s famous Green Eggs and Ham is not an actual recipe for eggs. There is no green egg recipe, or at least, there wasn’t when Dr Seuss wrote his poem, some eager parents have subsequently used green food dye and spinach to create a green eggs dish for their Dr Suess-loving offspring