gull’s eggs

Definition

Food

  • Eggs of various species of gulls, usually sold hard-boiled for hors d’oeuvres. Examples are turquoise blue and speckled; fawn with dark brown speckling from the common gull, brownish olive green with dark brown spots from the black-headed gull and off white with brown and blue-grey spots from the herring gull. The latter is about twice the size of a hen egg.
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