Quails' eggs and seaweed, like café complet or figs and yoghurt, is a combination that is mentioned in both the literary and cinematic adventures of James Bond.
Something's not quite right about the quiche de cabinet that James Bond (Roger Moore) cooks in Stacey Sutton's kitchen in A View to a Kill.
As we approach Christmas, what better way to get into the spirit of the season than to watch On Her Majesty's Secret Service, accompanied by a glass of eggnog.
Bacon and eggs have a significant place in the novel of The Spy Who Loved Me. The word 'bacon' appears nine times, while eggs, often in association with the bacon, are mentioned fourteen times. What's more, all the main character eat the items.
In the novel of On Her Majesty's Secret Service , James Bond orders poulet Gloria for dinnerThe next day, at lunch, Bond orders œufs Gloria and a salad. But what is the Glorian style?
In Live and Let Die, James Bond orders a breakfast of pineapple juice (double), cornflakes and cream, shirred eggs with bacon, a double espresso, and toast and marmalade.
Which well-known fictional character goes into the kitchen and cooks himself Canadian bacon, scrambled eggs and toast, all to be washed down with coffee? If you thought James Bond, then you’d be wrong.
James Bond’s fondness for scrambled eggs is well-known to readers of the novels, and in the short story ‘007 in New York’, Bond is even given his own scrambled eggs recipe. But what’s the origin of this recipe?