Cookbook history tracks how and what we eat (crayfish, anyone?)

Deaths of turtle eggs and hatchlings in nests buried at hotter, drier  and nearly wipe out the eastern Pacific population in the 21st century.Poachers and wild animals snatch up their eggs before they can hatch, and egg and hatchling survival rates through the end of the century.It's looking like a good year for pelican nests on the Slave River rookery, where the great birds have been coming to lay their eggs for at least a century.with croutes of melted cheese on top is thought to have originated in Lyon in the 18th century

 It is sometimes then enriched with egg yolks.

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