007 in New York is a 1963 short story by English author Ian Fleming. - AsNotedIn
12 fresh eggs
Salt and pepper
5-6 oz of fresh butter
Break the eggs into a bowl. Beat thoroughly with a fork and season well. In a small copper (or heavy-bottomed saucepan) melt four oz. of the butter. When melted, pour in the eggs and cook over a very low heat, whisking continuously with a small egg whisk.
While the eggs are slightly more moist than you would wish for eating, remove pan from heat, add rest of butter and continue whisking for half a minute, adding the while finely chopped chives or fines herbes. Serve on hot buttered toast in individual copper dishes (for appearance only) with pink champagne (Taittainger) and low music.
|1959/00/00||The Sunday Times hires Fleming to write a series of articles based on world cities. While researching in Manhattan, Fleming writes "007 in New York".|
|1963/10/00||Ian Fleming||Author||Ian Fleming's "007 in New York" is published in New York Herald Tribune as "Agent 007 in New York".|
|1963/10/00||New York Herald Tribune||Publisher||Ian Fleming's "007 in New York" is published in New York Herald Tribune as "Agent 007 in New York".|
|1963/10/00||James Bond||British Spy||Ian Fleming's "007 in New York" is published in New York Herald Tribune as "Agent 007 in New York".|
|Particulars for 007 in New York (short story):|
|Profession||Espionage||the practice of spying or of using spies, typically by governments to obtain information|
|Narrative Arts||Fiction||prose literature, especially short stories and novels, that describes imaginary events and people|
|Narrative Arts||Narrative||an account of connected events|
|Narrative Arts||Prose||ordinary written language|
|Art Type||Short Story||short form narrative fiction|