[Tidbits] Fried ... Poached ... or Sunny-Side-Up

Fried … Poached … or Sunny-Side-Up

I suppose … through empirical evidence … most of you would say
that eggs are mainly for eatin’ … with an occasional lapse here
and there for other things … though who knows what else eggs could
possibly be good for besides eatin’ … for which–by the way–
they’re pretty darn good.

So I … in my extremely benevolent manner … in an effort to ever
pursue my self-appointed task of enlightening that element of
mankind that has been given the extraordinary gift of appreciating
Tidbits … will forthwith tell you some of the other uses for
eggs. Aside from their abilities for foaming and coagulating and
emulsifying and coloring which makes them useful if making cakes and
custards and the like … eggs and eggshells are also used in
fertilizers … in the production of mumps vaccines … canine
distemper vaccines … and yellow fever vaccines. Egg yolks … for
the ever curious amongst you … are also used to preserve Bull
Semen. One never know … does one … when one might want to have a
handy jar of Bull Semen available. Be prepared for life’s surprises
I always say … and keep them eggs where you can get your hands on

On yeah … one more thing … eggs and egg themes are also used for
the making of jewelry. Oh my goodness … what a blooming surprise
that is. Quick … let’s alert the press before we continue with
these revelations.

Faberg=E9 was not the only one. Nay nay sweet boids of youte. There
were others and they were just as good. I’ve got one called The
Royal Egg. It took twenty five hundred hours of workmanship to
create. It contains 1061 diamonds totaling 33.51carats. It contains
486 cabochon sapphires totaling 42.37 carats. 104 cabochon rubies
… 16.34 carats. And more sapphires and rubies and amethysts and
peridots and citrines … all cut to fit the egg. It’s made of 18
karat gold. It’s gross weight is 1772 grams … which is a bit over
62.5 ounces according to my conversion table which I hope is

Open this egg up m=E9s amis … and what do you think you’ll find? Oh
surprise of surprises … inside the egg is another gem-encrusted
egg. Who can stand all this excitement? An egg in an egg? Who
woulda thunk somethin’ like this up? A creative genius I say. And
so how much does a bejeweled 18 karat gold egg with an egg inside
cost you may well ask? A piddling $ 115,000 or so … give or take.

For those of you who are new to this thing called Tidbits…may I
direct you to my home page at www.tyler-adam.com where you will
scroll down the left side menu till you get to the area that says
Tidbits Graphics … and then click on the link that says: Egg …
where you will see a graphic of our gem- laden – golden ova.

And there ya have it. That’s it for this week folks. Catch you all
next week. Benjamin Mark

TYLER-ADAM CORP.–Jewelry Manufacturers
Tel – 1-800-20-TYLER
E-Mail: webmaster@tyler-adam.com