Tuesday March 31, 2020

The Chef

Omelette not to be beaten

1st May, 2010

There are lots of law breakers out there.

Everywhere you go in rural Ireland, if you ask nicely and quietly you will eventually find a seller of illegal produce; for example, eggs.

You see, if eggs are to change hands for money, everything has to be official and registered and above board. Every single egg needs to have its registration number printed on it.

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