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Posted: 06/17/21 08:15am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

We've all heard the saying, "Which came first, the chicken or the egg?" I believe I have the answer: An egg cannot survive and hatch without the mother bird sitting on it to keep it warm. Therefore, the chicken had to come first. Granted, there are other species, like turtles and alligators that lay eggs and leave them to hatch on their own. But considering chickens, there's another factor needing consideration. For an egg to be created there needs to be a father chicken also. Therefore, two chickens had to come before the egg. [emoticon]


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Seriously? Since chickens hatch from eggs, there had to be at least two eggs to start it all. Anyone can see that a typical egg order at any restaurant cinsist of two eggs. Get it?


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Posted: 06/17/21 09:15am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

red junglefowl came first
Man domesticated red junglefowl and developed the >100 breeds of chickens
Here is a short list of breeds: OK State U Listing of Chicken Breeds

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BCSnob wrote:

red junglefowl came first
Man domesticated red junglefowl and developed the >100 breeds of chickens
Here is a short list of breeds: OK State U Listing of Chicken Breeds


I believe BCSnob and the evolution of chickens, but that begs the question: What came first, the Red Jungle Fowl or the Egg?? [emoticon]


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Compounding the question...... you don't have to have a rooster to have eggs; only if you want to have fertile eggs... [emoticon] So, did the rooster come after the hen or before, or at the same time? [emoticon]

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I love fried chicken

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True story:

I like to be creative in my cooking and experiment a lot. Many times the previous night's meal can and will end up as part the next mornings brunch. Steak & eggs, pork chops & eggs, etc...

One Saturday evening I prepared a smoked chicken and had leftovers for which I intended to make chicken and waffles the next day. Well, I did not have all the ingredients to make waffles and called an audible to switch to omelets.

As I stood at the stove having a go at it, I instantly thought of the philosophical dichotomy, ingredients in hand, as befuddlement cross over me:

What do I put in the pan first, the chicken or the egg?

This was some years ago and methinks I ended up pouring another mimosa, never making brunch as I contemplated the dilemma drinking well into the afternoon.

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Huevos Rancheros,......two eggs


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Now I’m hungry.

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