Sunny-side up eggs sometime go by the name looking at you eggs, an apparent reference to how the yolk in the middle of the egg white makes them resemble eyes. A similar idea appears in the German name, which translates as “mirror egg,” and in Hebrew, where such eggs go by a name that translates as “eye egg.” The Japanese term, medama yaki, translates as “fried eyeball.” In Latvia, they’re “ox eyes,” and in Indonesia, “cow eyes.” This is part of a complete episode.

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