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292 results for EGGS

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

DateGridClueAuthor
Fri Jun 22, 201863AThey're of little use unless they're crackedAndrew Kingsley
Sat Jun 16, 201834DVegan no-nosSam Trabucco
Wed Dec 20, 201719DNestful (2)Talitha Randall
Mon Sep 18, 201765AThings in an Easter basketTom McCoy
Mon Jul 31, 201740AGrade A items in the dairy aisleDavid Steinberg
Wed Dec 14, 201618DParts of an ovo-lacto vegetarian's dietAlan DeLoriea
Mon Nov 21, 201638DCustard base (2)John Lieb
Mon Aug 8, 201610AObjects of an Easter huntZhouqin Burnikel and Don Gagliardo
Mon Feb 29, 201668AThings dyed for EasterJoel Fagliano
Mon Oct 19, 201560D"Sunny-side up" orderBruce Venzke and Victor Fleming
Fri Oct 16, 201543DQuiche needsJoe Krozel
Mon Aug 10, 20157DWaffle ingredientsC. W. Stewart
Sun May 24, 201558AOnes in an annual huntKevin G. Der
Tue Apr 7, 201563ANestful (2)David J. Lieb
Mon Mar 16, 201546A"Grade A" purchaseIan Livengood
Fri Jan 10, 201442AGrocery staplePatrick Berry
Mon Oct 28, 201336DMessy Halloween missilesEd Sessa
Mon Jul 29, 201371AJeweled Fabergé objectsAndrea Carla Michaels
Mon Jun 24, 20131DThey're bought by the dozenRobert Seminara
Thu May 31, 201213DBakers' supplyElizabeth C. Gorski
Fri Mar 16, 201251ANeighborhood vandalism ammoJoel Fagliano
Mon Feb 27, 201219AHens lay themBill Thompson
Mon Jan 30, 20121AChicks hatch from themFrancesco Trogu
Thu Dec 23, 201029AThey're usually white or brownOliver Hill and Eliza Bagg
Wed Oct 13, 201060DOrders at a 55-DownAlan Arbesfeld
Wed Sep 29, 20109DDrives (on)Charles Gersch
Sun Jul 4, 2010116AFuture platypiPatrick Blindauer and Tony Orbach
Thu Jul 1, 20101AWith 14-Across, breakfast order?Clive Probert
Sat May 1, 20101DThey often take a beatingPaula Gamache
Thu Apr 1, 20107DWith spurs onLee Glickstein
Sun Oct 18, 200913DShell food?Elizabeth C. Gorski
Wed Sep 16, 200911DCoop findsMaura B. Jacobson
Sun Aug 30, 200915AHalloween purchaseAshish Vengsarkar and Narayan Venkatasubramanyan
Tue Jun 23, 200952ACustard ingredientsCaleb Madison
Sun May 25, 20087DDeviled thingsElizabeth C. Gorski
Tue Mar 18, 200810AThese may be coddledDavid Pringle
Wed Jan 30, 200840ASee 36-Across (2)Peter A. Collins
Sun Aug 19, 2007121ADairy aisle purchaseElizabeth C. Gorski
Sun Jun 10, 200756DAdam and Eve, at a dinerBob Klahn
Thu Apr 19, 200733DProtesters' ammoHenry Hook
Sun Aug 27, 200698ABaker's stockSeth A. Abel
Fri Aug 25, 200658ACoven : witches :: clutch : ___David Levinson Wilk
Mon Jul 31, 200628AOrder that may be scrambled or sunny-side upElizabeth C. Gorski
Thu Feb 2, 20063DProds, with "on"Byron Walden
Tue Oct 18, 200536DSoufflé needsJay Leatherman
Tue Oct 4, 200531DCaviar, essentiallyBarry C. Silk
Mon Aug 8, 200533ASunnyside up servingsHarvey Estes
Fri May 20, 200520AThey're found under layersHarvey Estes
Mon Oct 25, 200457AUrges (on)Kurt Mengel and Jan-Michele Gianette
Thu Jun 5, 200327DCartonful, maybeDavid J. Kahn
Thu Mar 28, 200213DBaker's dozen? (2)Manny Nosowsky
Tue Aug 14, 20017DOmelet baseRandall J. Hartman
Tue Feb 20, 200147AItems in a 22-AcrossSteven Dorfman
Sun Oct 29, 2000111DFood for snakesKaren Hodge
Thu Jul 6, 200059DDairy aisle sectionPatrick Berry
Wed Jun 7, 200053DSee 53-Across (2)John Duschatko
Tue Jan 18, 200040DPoached ediblesNancy Salomon
Sun Oct 24, 199978DRoe (2)Nancy Salomon
Mon Aug 23, 199917ARoe (2)Nancy Kavanaugh
Thu Jun 17, 19991ABreakfast choiceRichard Silvestri
Tue Apr 20, 199972ABreakfast stapleElizabeth C. Gorski
Wed Jul 15, 19984D___ BenedictRandall J. Hartman
Fri Jul 18, 199756DThings to sit onMartin Ashwood-Smith
Tue Feb 25, 199736ABaker's dozen (2)Gregory E. Paul
Sun Feb 23, 199784DEaster featuresNancy Nicholson Joline
Sun Nov 19, 199567DSoufflé sine qua nonCathy Millhauser
Tue Aug 22, 199531DHatchery itemsGregory E. Paul
Thu May 25, 199564DSpursHarvey Estes
Mon Jan 23, 199513DUrges, with "on"Sidney L. Robbins
Mon Dec 26, 199459ABreakfast orderGregory E. Paul
Thu Dec 1, 199452ATauntsHarvey Estes
Sun Nov 20, 199452ACustard base (2)Matt Gaffney
Tue Oct 25, 199437AHecklers' missilesLois Sidway
Sun Oct 16, 199441DShirred itemsRaymond Hamel
Sun Jun 19, 1994110DQuiche ingredientsNancy Scandrett Ross
Mon Feb 7, 19944DThey'll be hunted in AprilSidney L. Robbins
Thu Jan 27, 199412DHash-house orderBetty Jorgensen
Tue Jan 25, 199437AGrocery buyJoel Davajan

214 results for EGGS from older pre-Shortz puzzles.

DateGridClueAuthorEditor
Wed Sep 15, 199367AProdsRand H. BurnsTaub
Fri Jul 2, 199310ACholesterol producersDorothea E. ShippMaleska
Mon Nov 16, 199234D___ BenedictSidney L. RobbinsMaleska
Wed Sep 16, 199259DShopping-list itemJoel D. LafargueMaleska
Fri Mar 27, 199257DSome future fliersTap OsbornMaleska
Tue Mar 3, 199255DReproductive cellsMichael A. RampinoMaleska
Mon Feb 24, 199251ABasket items?Bernice GordonMaleska
Fri Jan 31, 19926AIngredient of flipsBetty JorgensenMaleska
Mon Apr 15, 19919ASoufflé ingredientPeter SwiftMaleska
Fri Feb 22, 199110ACertain cholesterol containersArthur W. PalmerMaleska
Wed Aug 29, 199056DRoeJeanette K. BrillMaleska
Mon Jul 23, 199012D___ on (goads)Peter SwiftMaleska
Wed Nov 1, 19897DRoeNorma SteinbergMaleska
Mon Oct 9, 198953DOvaWilson McBeathMaleska
Sun Jul 16, 198981DRoePeggy DevlinMaleska
Wed Apr 19, 198937DSquirrels steal theseMichael A. RampinoMaleska
Mon Apr 17, 198930AQuiche ingredientsShirley SolowayMaleska
Fri Mar 3, 19898DRoeRobert KatzMaleska
Tue Jan 24, 198932D___ BenedictWilliam E. HeinemannMaleska
Sat Jan 14, 19894D___ BenedictBert RosenfieldMaleska
Wed Jan 11, 198956D___-and-bacon (toadflax)Bernice GordonMaleska
Tue Jul 5, 198822D___ BenedictChristopher SherwoodMaleska
Mon Jun 27, 198860DFabergé jeweled themSidney L. RobbinsMaleska
Tue Jun 14, 198850DRoeSidney L. RobbinsMaleska
Mon May 30, 198823AItems colored on EasterAlbert J. KlausMaleska
Mon Feb 15, 198830DLeghorns' largessFred TooleMaleska
Wed Sep 30, 198750D" . . . ___ in one basket"Mark DiehlMaleska
Wed Aug 26, 198713DQuiche ingredientsR. S. JonesMaleska
Tue Apr 14, 198738DOmelet requirementsShirley SolowayMaleska
Sun Mar 29, 198739D___ BenedictRalph G. BeamanMaleska
Wed Oct 29, 19861A"Green ___ and Ham": SeussColeburnMaleska
Wed Sep 10, 198631D___ BenedictPeter SwiftMaleska
Fri Jul 25, 198617ACafe orderGeorge MadridMaleska
Sun Dec 1, 198593DPullet productsMary Virginia OrnaMaleska
Sat Aug 10, 198528ARoeArnold MossMaleska
Fri May 3, 198530DRollers at EastertideMichael J. ParrisMaleska
Sun Mar 31, 19851DRoePeter G. SnowMaleska
Sat Dec 8, 198452ARoeAlan ArbesfeldMaleska
Fri Oct 12, 198437ABacon's associatesWilliam CoburnMaleska
Mon Jul 30, 19841ARoeJeanne WilsonMaleska
Mon Jun 18, 198423A___ BenedictEugene T. MaleskaMaleska
Wed Jun 13, 19844A___ on (incites)FerreiraMaleska
Tue May 8, 198470APartner of baconChristy RidleyMaleska
Thu Nov 17, 198354DRoe, e.g.Lois SidwayMaleska
Sun Sep 11, 19836DFowl productsAlfio MicciMaleska
Mon Aug 22, 198325DUrges, with "on"Nancy McCarthyMaleska
Sat Apr 16, 198322AIncipient nestlingsLouise EarnestMaleska
Fri Mar 18, 198370AQuiche baseWilliam LutwiniakMaleska
Thu Oct 7, 198210ARoeEugene T. MaleskaMaleska
Sun Jun 13, 1982121DRoeBert H. KruseMaleska
Wed May 5, 19821DProds, with "on"Peter SwiftMaleska
Fri Apr 23, 198252D___ BenedictDavid CrosattoMaleska
Tue Dec 29, 198134DThree-minute ___Norman S. WizerMaleska
Sun Nov 1, 198131DRoeCaroline G. FitzgeraldMaleska
Tue Sep 1, 198137AThese come by the dozenAlbert L. MisenkoMaleska
Wed Jul 29, 19816AGoose ___ (zeros)Jeanette K. BrillMaleska
Mon Jul 13, 198110ARoeMaloneyMaleska
Sun Jan 25, 1981136DSouffle ingredientsMaura B. JacobsonMaleska
Sun Nov 30, 198087DRoeA. J. SantoraMaleska
Mon Oct 6, 198064AUrges (on)Peter SwiftMaleska
Sun Jul 27, 19806DRoeRichard SilvestriMaleska
Wed Jul 16, 19801D___ BenedictMary Virginia OrnaMaleska
Fri Jun 6, 198032DRoeJean ReedMaleska
Wed May 21, 198060ACake ingredientsBensonMaleska
Wed Feb 6, 198062AThey're sold by the dozenRobert KatzMaleska
Tue Dec 25, 197944DRoeC. J. AngioMaleska
Sun Aug 19, 197963A___ BenedictRonald FriedmanMaleska
Sat Mar 17, 19791ACompanions of baconHugh McElroyMaleska
Wed Mar 7, 19791ALeghorn's largesseA. J. SantoraMaleska
Sun Jan 28, 197941D___ BenedictWilliam LutwiniakMaleska
Sun Dec 24, 197856A___ BenedictAnne FoxMaleska
Wed Aug 2, 197857DObjects of a seasonal huntEli WesoffMaleska
Thu Jul 6, 197843AThey're not for one basketGrace FabbroniMaleska
Tue Jun 6, 197864AHecklers' missilesHerb L. RisteenMaleska
Tue Apr 25, 197843A___ BenedictHerb L. RisteenMaleska
Sun Apr 2, 1978113AHam's companionRichard SilvestriMaleska
Mon Sep 19, 197761AGoose and good followersRickertMaleska
Thu Jun 2, 197737DBreakfast dish for manyHenry HookMaleska
Sat Feb 12, 197749AMissiles for ham actorsJack LuzzattoWeng
Wed Oct 6, 19761DGood and rottenHallie & Gerald ParsonsWeng
Sun May 16, 1976106A___ benedictWilliam LutwiniakWeng
Sat Sep 27, 19755DUrges onH. Hastings ReddallWeng
Wed Sep 24, 197523D___ benedictWilliam LutwiniakWeng
Thu Apr 10, 19756DScrambled and gooseJoli Quentin KansilWeng
Mon Mar 24, 197540DBreakfast foodGeorge LaczkoWeng
Tue Nov 26, 197440DUrges, with "on"William LutwiniakWeng
Wed Feb 27, 197439DNog basesDorothy N. DavisWeng
Sun Sep 30, 197395D___ BenedictJack LuzzattoWeng
Tue Jul 3, 197335ALunch-counter orderUnknownWeng
Fri May 11, 197322DBacon's partnersUnknownWeng
Sun Mar 25, 197374DIncites, with "on"A. J. SantoraWeng
Tue Feb 20, 197335ADarning aidsUnknownWeng
Thu Jan 25, 19734DIncites, with "on"UnknownWeng
Sun Aug 6, 197268A___ BenedictJay SpryWeng
Thu Jun 1, 197257DRoeUnknownWeng
Sun Apr 9, 197256ANog ingredientsJean J. DavisonWeng
Sun Feb 13, 197249AEaster itemsBert RosenfieldWeng
Wed Jan 26, 197242ACake ingredientsUnknownWeng
Mon Jan 10, 197253DBreakfast foodUnknownWeng
Thu Nov 25, 197163ARecipe itemsUnknownWeng
Wed Nov 24, 197136ACake ingredientsUnknownWeng
Sun Nov 14, 197159AWell-known BenedictThomas SheehanWeng
Thu Nov 11, 197153ADairy purchaseUnknownWeng
Mon Nov 8, 19711DUrges, with "on"UnknownWeng
Sun Sep 26, 19711DNog ingredientsVirginia W. SchneiderWeng
Mon Aug 30, 19716DUrges, with "on"UnknownWeng
Tue Apr 13, 197118ACake ingredientsUnknownWeng
Sun Jan 17, 1971110DFlier's word for bombsH. L. RisteenWeng
Sun Sep 20, 197054ALeghorn's largesseEugene T. MaleskaWeng
Mon May 18, 197018A___ BenedictUnknownWeng
Tue Feb 24, 197060DIncites, with "on"UnknownWeng
Sat Jan 10, 197060DPeople: SlangUnknownWeng
Mon Dec 15, 196928ASoufflé ingredients.UnknownWeng
Sat Nov 9, 196829DFarm product.UnknownFarrar
Mon Aug 26, 196862AMenu entry.UnknownFarrar
Mon Jun 17, 19681DMenu entry.UnknownFarrar
Sun Mar 24, 1968112AOologist's concern.Emanuel BergFarrar
Wed Mar 20, 196856DIngredient of floating island.UnknownFarrar
Sun Oct 1, 196758DGolden items.A. J. SantoraFarrar
Sun Sep 10, 1967107DMenu entry.William A. Lewis, Jr.Farrar
Wed Jul 12, 19675AMenu category.UnknownFarrar
Thu Dec 8, 19667DFarm commodity.UnknownFarrar
Tue Sep 13, 19666DBreakfast fare.UnknownFarrar
Mon Jul 25, 19669ABacon's partner.UnknownFarrar
Mon May 23, 196652AMenu entry.UnknownFarrar
Mon May 9, 196657DHumpty Dumpty and others.UnknownFarrar
Sun Mar 27, 19667DCertain groceries.William A. Lewis, Jr.Farrar
Mon Mar 21, 196655DBacon's partner.UnknownFarrar
Tue Feb 15, 19663DBreakfast food.UnknownFarrar
Sun Aug 29, 196569ABasket contents.A. H. Drummond Jr.Farrar
Wed Aug 25, 196528DHam's partner.UnknownFarrar
Thu Jun 24, 196550ADarning ___.UnknownFarrar
Sat Mar 27, 19654DMissiles, at times.UnknownFarrar
Mon Feb 15, 19658AFiguratively, delicate ground to walk on.UnknownFarrar
Fri Jan 15, 196541DButter's partners.UnknownFarrar
Sat Nov 14, 196458DIngredient of floating island.UnknownFarrar
Tue Aug 18, 196410ACake ingredients.UnknownFarrar
Wed May 6, 196418AContents of one basket.UnknownFarrar
Fri Apr 24, 196452DButter-and-___.UnknownFarrar
Thu Apr 9, 196469AMissiles of a sort.UnknownFarrar
Tue Mar 17, 196440ALenten food.UnknownFarrar
Sat Nov 30, 196370ANog ingredient.Samuel K. FliegnerFarrar
Sun Nov 17, 1963141ABacon's companion.A. J. SantoraFarrar
Mon Feb 4, 19631AWalk on ___ (tread carefully).Jean ReedFarrar
Fri Feb 1, 19635AButter's partner.Alda F. ZimpelFarrar
Wed Nov 7, 19621DButter's partner.UnknownFarrar
Mon Aug 20, 196243AOne-basket contents.UnknownFarrar
Mon Jul 23, 196234AProtein food.Alda ZimpelFarrar
Wed Jun 6, 196250DBreakfast food.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
Tue Mar 20, 196262AHam's partner.Lois HillisFarrar
Sun Mar 4, 19626DButter's partner.W. E. JonesFarrar
Tue Dec 26, 196169ACaviar.Arthur SchulmanFarrar
Sun Oct 1, 196199DCoddled items.Sidney LambertFarrar
Tue Feb 14, 196132D___ Benedict.UnknownFarrar
Sat Feb 4, 196165AMenu item.UnknownFarrar
Sun May 22, 1960111ANest ___.Tom MixonFarrar
Wed Apr 27, 196023AHam's companion.UnknownFarrar
Sat Apr 16, 196059ASeasonal symbols.UnknownFarrar
Tue Mar 15, 196010A___ Benedict.UnknownFarrar
Tue Nov 3, 195955DGrocery item.UnknownFarrar
Sun Oct 11, 1959111DSoufflé ingredients.Harold T. BersFarrar
Sun Sep 20, 195978DBreakfast food.Threba JohnsonFarrar
Sat Aug 29, 195951DSoufflé ingredient.Jean ReedFarrar
Mon Jun 8, 195926ABreakfast food.Elizabeth WilliamsFarrar
Mon Apr 20, 195931D___ Benedict.Albert V. BlumFarrar
Wed Apr 8, 195937AShell contents.Helen SmathersFarrar
Sat Jan 24, 195942AButter-and-___.Harold T. BersFarrar
Wed Oct 22, 195835DEaster specialty.Roberta MorseFarrar
Thu Sep 11, 195850DIngredient in mayonnaise.Herbert EttensonFarrar
Sat Aug 30, 195853DShirred ___.UnknownFarrar
Sun Aug 24, 19584D___ Benedict.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
Sun Mar 30, 19586DKitchen staple.H. L. RisteenFarrar
Fri Mar 14, 195839AContents of one basket.UnknownFarrar
Thu Dec 26, 195767ANog ingredients.UnknownFarrar
Mon Dec 23, 195743AContents of one basket.UnknownFarrar
Sat Sep 14, 195752AContents of one basket.Harold T. BersFarrar
Wed May 22, 19577DRoe.Madeline CorseFarrar
Fri Oct 26, 19566DSunny-sided food.UnknownFarrar
Wed Oct 3, 195640ACaviar.Harold T. BersFarrar
Sun Mar 4, 195690AProtein food.Marjorie ConnellyFarrar
Fri Feb 3, 195640ACandied ___.S. A. KayFarrar
Wed Nov 16, 195550DBreakfast staple.UnknownFarrar
Mon Aug 22, 195556AGrocery item.Morton B. BraunFarrar
Fri Jul 29, 19551AThese are cheaper by the dozen.Victor GoldfarbFarrar
Tue Feb 8, 19551DCake ingredient.Paula BauersmithFarrar
Sat Dec 25, 19547DNog ingredients.George HendersonFarrar
Wed Sep 29, 195440DIngredient of floating island.E. E. SmithFarrar
Mon Aug 2, 19541DOccasional guided missiles.Edward EarlyFarrar
Wed Oct 28, 195342DThe makings of floating island.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
Mon Sep 7, 19531AThree-minute items.Ethel Le StrangeFarrar
Fri Aug 14, 195328DAn American consumes almost 400 per year.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
Sat Feb 21, 195328DIngredient of floating island.Harold T. BersFarrar
Sat Dec 27, 195246AHumpty Dumpty and others.UnknownFarrar
Mon Dec 8, 195223ACake ingredients.UnknownFarrar
Tue Sep 9, 195257DThe average American eats about 400 a year.UnknownFarrar
Mon Jun 30, 195248DFarm product.UnknownFarrar
Tue May 27, 195256DIngredient of hollandaise sauce.UnknownFarrar
Wed Apr 2, 195222ASeasonal specialty in confectionery.UnknownFarrar
Fri Nov 9, 195118DIngredient of soufflés.UnknownFarrar
Wed May 16, 195153DUrges.UnknownFarrar
Wed Apr 18, 195110A___ Benedict.UnknownFarrar
Thu Feb 1, 195158AHecklers' missiles.Robert HeglerFarrar
Wed Jan 10, 195123AMix these to make a nog.Leonard GoldbergFarrar
Sun Nov 26, 195030AUsed in baking.Leonard GoldbergFarrar
Wed Sep 13, 195060APoultry product.UnknownFarrar
Sun Mar 19, 1950125DHumpty Dumpty's kin.Elizabeth JacksonFarrar
Sun Sep 18, 194931AMain ingredient of Scotch woodcock.Edward BucklerFarrar
Sun Sep 11, 19494DHumpty Dumpty's kind.Thomas MeekinFarrar
Sun Oct 10, 194892DWhen old, these are n.g.Louise RabbFarrar
Sun May 25, 1947107DProducts of the duck-billed platypus.P. J. LamannaFarrar
Sun Jul 8, 1945106DScarce food.Louis JenkinsFarrar
Sun Feb 27, 194439ABlockbusters: Slang.James E. KisnerFarrar
Sun Oct 3, 194330AGood protein food.P. J. LamannaFarrar
Sun Oct 25, 194232ABombs: slang.Alexis P. BoodbergFarrar