007 Food: Two cups of coffee, one egg and slices of toasts with Cooper’s Vintage marmaladeApril 3, 2018
Food: Two cups of coffee, one egg, and slices of toasts with Cooper’s Vintage marmalade
Bond book appearance: GoldenEye (1995)
Experience of 007 Travelers: Self-made
“He shaved and dressed – slacks, a white sea island cotton shirt, soft espadrilles and blazer – in his usual time, then went through the small living room into the tiny kitchen where he carefully cooked his normal breakfast, or near enough his normal breakfast – the best meal of the day, and the most important he always considered.
The coffee was not his much beloved De Bry brewed in an American Chemex, but it was near enough and brewed in an earthenware jug. He had managed to lay his hands on Cooper’s Vintage Marmalade, wholewheat bread for his toast and eggs very similar to the ones from French Marans hens. Unhappily there was none of the deep yellow Jersey butter, but he found the local variety very much to his taste.
He took his time over the two cups of coffee, the egg boiled for exactly three and one third minutes and his slices of toast.”
John Gardner: “GoldenEye” (1995)
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