10,000 EGGS IN OMELET (Oct, 1931)
10,000 EGGS IN OMELET
What does it take to cook an omelet containing 10,000 eggs? That was the question that poultrymen of Seattle, Wash., faced, when the event was assigned a place on the program of their annual egg festival. A Seattle stove company solved the problem which was becoming embarrassing, by producing this giant eight-foot frying pan. It weighed nearly half a ton, and a heavy motor truck transported it to the outing where a dozen cooks were kept busy breaking the 10,000 eggs into the capacious skillet and stirring them with shovels.