@elephony Took the words out of my mouth, right down to the recommendation of Gränsfors Bruks.
Here's the PDF listing all of Gaiman's recs. If you're not going to go with House of Leaves (which I liked well enough when I read it a while ago) I strongly second his recommendation of Shirley Jackson's The Haunting of Hill House (which I love). But if you've only got time for a haunted house short story this Halloween, may I suggest reading Kelly Link's "The Specialist's Hat" right here.
What are the chances of Edith's recipe for deviled eggs being posted to this comment thread? (And are those chances improved if I admit to owning a platter in the shape of an egg used for serving deviled eggs?)
@Hot mayonnaise I had the exact same cringing reaction to the pic of the chisel!
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@thatsrealbutter Yes! Also: Make some polenta (grits work in a pinch too). Put in a bowl. Put some marinara sauce on top. Put a poached egg on top of that. Garnish with freshly chopped basil.
On Eat Eggs
Eggs! You are correct, they are nature's perfect food. These "new" ways to eat eggs mostly come down to the fact that you can put an egg on top of pretty much anything and improve upon it. A personal favorite is to scoop some leftover ratatouille into a baking pan, make a little indentation in the top, carefully crack an egg in there, and bake up the whole thing. So good.