Bond book appearance: James Bond, The Spy Who Loved Me
Experience of 007 Travelers: Self-made
Scrambled eggs is a dish made from whites and yolks of eggs (usually chicken eggs).
Eggs are cracked into a bowl, a little water and/or milk is added, and the mixture is whisked until it reaches a uniform colour. Then the mixture is poured into a saucepan over a low heat and continually whisked until there are soft curds that are slightly liquid. These are scrambled eggs.
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"Bond took a taxi from the airport and checked in at the Nile Hilton on the island of Roda, stuck like a lozenge in the throat of the Nile. His suite was air-conditioned and functional, and a welcome escape from the hot sun that burned down outside. He took a cold shower, changed into a blue towelling dressing-gown and called room service for a long glass of tomato juice and a plate of scrambled eggs."
Christopher Wood: "James Bond, The Spy Who Loved Me"
Scrambled eggs is one of Bond's favorite foods in the books: He eats scrambled eggs at least in the following books: "Live and Let Die", "Doctor No", "Thunderball", "On Her Majesty's Secret Service", "Octopussy", "007 in New York", "James Bond, the Authorized Biography of 007", "Icebreaker", "Nobody Lives Forever", The Man From Barbarossa" and "Zero Minus Ten".
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