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293 results for EGGS

79 Shortz Era entries found. Click any date for context. Repeated clues show (number of Shortz Era occurrences).
See the dictionary definition for EGGS.

DateGridClueAuthor
1ABaker's dozen? (3)Freddie Cheng
63AThey're of little use unless they're crackedAndrew Kingsley
34DVegan no-nosSam Trabucco
19DNestful (2)Talitha Randall
65AThings in an Easter basketTom McCoy
40AGrade A items in the dairy aisleDavid Steinberg
18DParts of an ovo-lacto vegetarian's dietAlan DeLoriea
38DCustard base (2)John Lieb
10AObjects of an Easter huntZhouqin Burnikel and Don Gagliardo
68AThings dyed for EasterJoel Fagliano
60D"Sunny-side up" orderBruce Venzke and Victor Fleming
43DQuiche needsJoe Krozel
7DWaffle ingredientsC. W. Stewart
58AOnes in an annual huntKevin G. Der
63ANestful (2)David J. Lieb
46A"Grade A" purchaseIan Livengood
42AGrocery staplePatrick Berry
36DMessy Halloween missilesEd Sessa
71AJeweled Fabergé objectsAndrea Carla Michaels
1DThey're bought by the dozenRobert Seminara
13DBakers' supplyElizabeth C. Gorski
51ANeighborhood vandalism ammoJoel Fagliano
19AHens lay themBill Thompson
1AChicks hatch from themFrancesco Trogu
29AThey're usually white or brownOliver Hill and Eliza Bagg
60DOrders at a 55-DownAlan Arbesfeld
9DDrives (on)Charles Gersch
116AFuture platypiPatrick Blindauer and Tony Orbach
1AWith 14-Across, breakfast order?Clive Probert
1DThey often take a beatingPaula Gamache
7DWith spurs onLee Glickstein
13DShell food?Elizabeth C. Gorski
11DCoop findsMaura B. Jacobson
15AHalloween purchaseAshish Vengsarkar and Narayan Venkatasubramanyan
52ACustard ingredientsCaleb Madison
7DDeviled thingsElizabeth C. Gorski
10AThese may be coddledDavid Pringle
40ASee 36-Across (2)Peter A. Collins
121ADairy aisle purchaseElizabeth C. Gorski
56DAdam and Eve, at a dinerBob Klahn
33DProtesters' ammoHenry Hook
98ABaker's stockSeth A. Abel
58ACoven : witches :: clutch : ___David Levinson Wilk
28AOrder that may be scrambled or sunny-side upElizabeth C. Gorski
3DProds, with "on"Byron Walden
36DSoufflé needsJay Leatherman
31DCaviar, essentiallyBarry C. Silk
33ASunnyside up servingsHarvey Estes
20AThey're found under layersHarvey Estes
57AUrges (on)Kurt Mengel and Jan-Michele Gianette
27DCartonful, maybeDavid J. Kahn
13DBaker's dozen? (3)Manny Nosowsky
7DOmelet baseRandall J. Hartman
47AItems in a 22-AcrossSteven Dorfman
111DFood for snakesKaren Hodge
59DDairy aisle sectionPatrick Berry
53DSee 53-Across (2)John Duschatko
40DPoached ediblesNancy Salomon
78DRoe (2)Nancy Salomon
17ARoe (2)Nancy Kavanaugh
1ABreakfast choiceRichard Silvestri
72ABreakfast stapleElizabeth C. Gorski
4D___ BenedictRandall J. Hartman
56DThings to sit onMartin Ashwood-Smith
36ABaker's dozen (3)Gregory E. Paul
84DEaster featuresNancy Nicholson Joline
67DSoufflé sine qua nonCathy Millhauser
31DHatchery itemsGregory E. Paul
64DSpursHarvey Estes
13DUrges, with "on"Sidney L. Robbins
59ABreakfast orderGregory E. Paul
52ATauntsHarvey Estes
52ACustard base (2)Matt Gaffney
37AHecklers' missilesLois Sidway
41DShirred itemsRaymond Hamel
110DQuiche ingredientsNancy Scandrett Ross
4DThey'll be hunted in AprilSidney L. Robbins
12DHash-house orderBetty Jorgensen
37AGrocery buyJoel Davajan

214 results for EGGS from older pre-Shortz puzzles.

DateGridClueAuthorEditor
67AProdsRand H. BurnsTaub
10ACholesterol producersDorothea E. ShippMaleska
34D___ BenedictSidney L. RobbinsMaleska
59DShopping-list itemJoel D. LafargueMaleska
57DSome future fliersTap OsbornMaleska
55DReproductive cellsMichael A. RampinoMaleska
51ABasket items?Bernice GordonMaleska
6AIngredient of flipsBetty JorgensenMaleska
9ASoufflé ingredientPeter SwiftMaleska
10ACertain cholesterol containersArthur W. PalmerMaleska
56DRoeJeanette K. BrillMaleska
12D___ on (goads)Peter SwiftMaleska
7DRoeNorma SteinbergMaleska
53DOvaWilson McBeathMaleska
81DRoePeggy DevlinMaleska
37DSquirrels steal theseMichael A. RampinoMaleska
30AQuiche ingredientsShirley SolowayMaleska
8DRoeRobert KatzMaleska
32D___ BenedictWilliam E. HeinemannMaleska
4D___ BenedictBert RosenfieldMaleska
56D___-and-bacon (toadflax)Bernice GordonMaleska
22D___ BenedictChristopher SherwoodMaleska
60DFabergé jeweled themSidney L. RobbinsMaleska
50DRoeSidney L. RobbinsMaleska
23AItems colored on EasterAlbert J. KlausMaleska
30DLeghorns' largessFred TooleMaleska
50D" . . . ___ in one basket"Mark DiehlMaleska
13DQuiche ingredientsR. S. JonesMaleska
38DOmelet requirementsShirley SolowayMaleska
39D___ BenedictRalph G. BeamanMaleska
1A"Green ___ and Ham": SeussColeburnMaleska
31D___ BenedictPeter SwiftMaleska
17ACafe orderGeorge MadridMaleska
93DPullet productsMary Virginia OrnaMaleska
28ARoeArnold MossMaleska
30DRollers at EastertideMichael J. ParrisMaleska
1DRoePeter G. SnowMaleska
52ARoeAlan ArbesfeldMaleska
37ABacon's associatesWilliam CoburnMaleska
1ARoeJeanne WilsonMaleska
23A___ BenedictEugene T. MaleskaMaleska
4A___ on (incites)FerreiraMaleska
70APartner of baconChristy RidleyMaleska
54DRoe, e.g.Lois SidwayMaleska
6DFowl productsAlfio MicciMaleska
25DUrges, with "on"Nancy McCarthyMaleska
22AIncipient nestlingsLouise EarnestMaleska
70AQuiche baseWilliam LutwiniakMaleska
10ARoeEugene T. MaleskaMaleska
121DRoeBert H. KruseMaleska
1DProds, with "on"Peter SwiftMaleska
52D___ BenedictDavid CrosattoMaleska
34DThree-minute ___Norman S. WizerMaleska
31DRoeCaroline G. FitzgeraldMaleska
37AThese come by the dozenAlbert L. MisenkoMaleska
6AGoose ___ (zeros)Jeanette K. BrillMaleska
10ARoeMaloneyMaleska
136DSouffle ingredientsMaura B. JacobsonMaleska
87DRoeA. J. SantoraMaleska
64AUrges (on)Peter SwiftMaleska
6DRoeRichard SilvestriMaleska
1D___ BenedictMary Virginia OrnaMaleska
32DRoeJean ReedMaleska
60ACake ingredientsBensonMaleska
62AThey're sold by the dozenRobert KatzMaleska
44DRoeC. J. AngioMaleska
63A___ BenedictRonald FriedmanMaleska
1ACompanions of baconHugh McElroyMaleska
1ALeghorn's largesseA. J. SantoraMaleska
41D___ BenedictWilliam LutwiniakMaleska
56A___ BenedictAnne FoxMaleska
57DObjects of a seasonal huntEli WesoffMaleska
43AThey're not for one basketGrace FabbroniMaleska
64AHecklers' missilesHerb L. RisteenMaleska
43A___ BenedictHerb L. RisteenMaleska
113AHam's companionRichard SilvestriMaleska
61AGoose and good followersRickertMaleska
37DBreakfast dish for manyHenry HookMaleska
49AMissiles for ham actorsJack LuzzattoWeng
1DGood and rottenHallie & Gerald ParsonsWeng
106A___ benedictWilliam LutwiniakWeng
5DUrges onH. Hastings ReddallWeng
23D___ benedictWilliam LutwiniakWeng
6DScrambled and gooseJoli Quentin KansilWeng
40DBreakfast foodGeorge LaczkoWeng
40DUrges, with "on"William LutwiniakWeng
39DNog basesDorothy N. DavisWeng
95D___ BenedictJack LuzzattoWeng
35ALunch-counter orderUnknownWeng
22DBacon's partnersUnknownWeng
74DIncites, with “on”A. J. SantoraWeng
35ADarning aidsUnknownWeng
4DIncites, with "on"UnknownWeng
68A___ BenedictJay SpryWeng
57DRoeUnknownWeng
56ANog ingredientsJean J. DavisonWeng
49AEaster itemsBert RosenfieldWeng
42ACake ingredientsUnknownWeng
53DBreakfast foodUnknownWeng
63ARecipe itemsUnknownWeng
36ACake ingredientsUnknownWeng
59AWell-known BenedictThomas SheehanWeng
53ADairy purchaseUnknownWeng
1DUrges, with "on"UnknownWeng
1DNog ingredientsVirginia W. SchneiderWeng
6DUrges, with "on"UnknownWeng
18ACake ingredientsUnknownWeng
110DFlier's word for bombsH. L. RisteenWeng
54ALeghorn’s largesseEugene T. MaleskaWeng
18A___ BenedictUnknownWeng
60DIncites, with "on"UnknownWeng
60DPeople: SlangUnknownWeng
28ASoufflé ingredients.UnknownWeng
29DFarm product.UnknownFarrar
62AMenu entry.UnknownFarrar
1DMenu entry.UnknownFarrar
112AOologist's concern.Emanuel BergFarrar
56DIngredient of floating island.UnknownFarrar
58DGolden items.A. J. SantoraFarrar
107DMenu entry.William A. Lewis, Jr.Farrar
5AMenu category.UnknownFarrar
7DFarm commodity.UnknownFarrar
6DBreakfast fare.UnknownFarrar
9ABacon’s partner.UnknownFarrar
52AMenu entry.UnknownFarrar
57DHumpty Dumpty and others.UnknownFarrar
7DCertain groceries.William A. Lewis, Jr.Farrar
55DBacon's partner.UnknownFarrar
3DBreakfast food.UnknownFarrar
69ABasket contents.A. H. Drummond Jr.Farrar
28DHam's partner.UnknownFarrar
50ADarning ___.UnknownFarrar
4DMissiles, at times.UnknownFarrar
8AFiguratively, delicate ground to walk on.UnknownFarrar
41DButter’s partners.UnknownFarrar
58DIngredient of floating island.UnknownFarrar
10ACake ingredients.UnknownFarrar
18AContents of one basket.UnknownFarrar
52DButter-and-___.UnknownFarrar
69AMissiles of a sort.UnknownFarrar
40ALenten food.UnknownFarrar
70ANog ingredient.Samuel K. FliegnerFarrar
141ABacon's companion.A. J. SantoraFarrar
1AWalk on ___ (tread carefully).Jean ReedFarrar
5AButter's partner.Alda F. ZimpelFarrar
1DButter's partner.UnknownFarrar
43AOne-basket contents.UnknownFarrar
34AProtein food.Alda ZimpelFarrar
50DBreakfast food.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
62AHam's partner.Lois HillisFarrar
6DButter's partner.W. E. JonesFarrar
69ACaviar.Arthur SchulmanFarrar
99DCoddled items.Sidney LambertFarrar
32D___ Benedict.UnknownFarrar
65AMenu item.UnknownFarrar
111ANest ___.Tom MixonFarrar
23AHam's companion.UnknownFarrar
59ASeasonal symbols.UnknownFarrar
10A___ Benedict.UnknownFarrar
55DGrocery item.UnknownFarrar
111DSoufflé ingredients.Harold T. BersFarrar
78DBreakfast food.Threba JohnsonFarrar
51DSoufflé ingredient.Jean ReedFarrar
26ABreakfast food.Elizabeth WilliamsFarrar
31D___ Benedict.Albert V. BlumFarrar
37AShell contents.Helen SmathersFarrar
42AButter-and-___.Harold T. BersFarrar
35DEaster specialty.Roberta MorseFarrar
50DIngredient in mayonnaise.Herbert EttensonFarrar
53DShirred ___.UnknownFarrar
4D___ Benedict.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
6DKitchen staple.H. L. RisteenFarrar
39AContents of one basket.UnknownFarrar
67ANog ingredients.UnknownFarrar
43AContents of one basket.UnknownFarrar
52AContents of one basket.Harold T. BersFarrar
7DRoe.Madeline CorseFarrar
6DSunny-sided food.UnknownFarrar
40ACaviar.Harold T. BersFarrar
90AProtein food.Marjorie ConnellyFarrar
40ACandied ___.S. A. KayFarrar
50DBreakfast staple.UnknownFarrar
56AGrocery item.Morton B. BraunFarrar
1AThese are cheaper by the dozen.Victor GoldfarbFarrar
1DCake ingredient.Paula BauersmithFarrar
7DNog ingredients.George HendersonFarrar
40DIngredient of floating island.E. E. SmithFarrar
1DOccasional guided missiles.Edward EarlyFarrar
42DThe makings of floating island.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
1AThree-minute items.Ethel Le StrangeFarrar
28DAn American consumes almost 400 per year.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
28DIngredient of floating island.Harold T. BersFarrar
46AHumpty Dumpty and others.UnknownFarrar
23ACake ingredients.UnknownFarrar
57DThe average American eats about 400 a year.UnknownFarrar
48DFarm product.UnknownFarrar
56DIngredient of hollandaise sauce.UnknownFarrar
22ASeasonal specialty in confectionery.UnknownFarrar
18DIngredient of soufflés.UnknownFarrar
53DUrges.UnknownFarrar
10A___ Benedict.UnknownFarrar
58AHecklers' missiles.Robert HeglerFarrar
23AMix these to make a nog.Leonard GoldbergFarrar
30AUsed in baking.Leonard GoldbergFarrar
60APoultry product.UnknownFarrar
125DHumpty Dumpty's kin.Elizabeth JacksonFarrar
31AMain ingredient of Scotch woodcock.Edward BucklerFarrar
4DHumpty Dumpty's kind.Thomas MeekinFarrar
92DWhen old, these are n.g.Louise RabbFarrar
107DProducts of the duck-billed platypus.P. J. LamannaFarrar
106DScarce food.Louis JenkinsFarrar
39ABlockbusters: Slang.James E. KisnerFarrar
30AGood protein food.P. J. LamannaFarrar
32ABombs: slang.Alexis P. BoodbergFarrar