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location New York, NY
age 26
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seen Aug 8 at 2:24

I work for our Stack Exchange overlords on the Community Growth team. If you'd like to tell me what you had for lunch, you can email me at abby@stackexchange.com.

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Apr
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awarded  Famous Question
Feb
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comment Turkish coffee foam
At what point do we add the pinch of salt? The beginning? Just before serving? Into the individual cups?
Dec
28
awarded  Popular Question
Dec
20
awarded  Yearling
Dec
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asked Will cooking meat with the thermometer in affect the cooking time?
Dec
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awarded  Good Question
Nov
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awarded  Notable Question
Sep
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asked Is sourdough more resistant to mold than other breads?
Aug
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awarded  Notable Question
Aug
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awarded  Notable Question
Aug
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awarded  Curious
Aug
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comment How do I make prettier fried eggs?
@Joe you've opened a whole new door with the cookie cutter idea... Fun fried egg shapes!
Aug
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comment How do I make prettier fried eggs?
Ohohoho. I will certainly be trying that onion trick, @Timmy!
Aug
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comment How did egg-centric dishes become “breakfast only” food in American cuisine?
@Patrick87 I disagree with you about quiche. Maybe that's a regional thing, but to me it's a breakfast food. Deviled eggs are an appetizer or a side, and rarely if ever a main course unto themselves. Likewise egg salad: it's mashed up with other stuff and served in a sandwich or salad or as a side. The egg is not a main course unto itself.
Aug
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awarded  Nice Question
Aug
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awarded  Popular Question
Aug
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revised How did egg-centric dishes become “breakfast only” food in American cuisine?
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Aug
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comment How did egg-centric dishes become “breakfast only” food in American cuisine?
@PeterTaylor, I guess I do mean the U.S., then. I didn't know that, but I'm certainly jealous of your lunch.
Aug
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accepted How do I make prettier fried eggs?
Aug
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comment How do I make prettier fried eggs?
What heat do you recommend for the pan?