A chicken dropping an egg on command into a frying pan.
The Scottish Word:


Fresh eggs on demand. Braw.

It’s a baxtarie competency few ken aboot.

Taks years o trainin mind.

But it’s a guid perty trick at ma cuikin an baxterin demos.

I aye huv a hauden o trained hens in the kitchen haundy like.


hauden: held, holding, stock.

Fresh eggs on demand. Lovely.

It’s an art of baking competency few know about.

It takes years of training though.

But it’s a good party trick at my cooking and baking demonstrations.

I always have a stock of trained hens in the kitchen ready to use.

The Scottish Word: hauden with its definition and its meaning illustrated and captioned with the word used in context in the Scots language and in English.

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