Lizzie Stark

author of “Egg: A Dozen Ovatures”

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In “Egg,” author Lizzie Stark explores the history of the egg, from Gold Rush-era gang wars in San Francisco to vaccine development and chickens in space.

Replay: Eggs kicked off Gold Rush-era frenzy off San Francisco coast

In “Egg,” author Lizzie Stark explores the history of the egg, from Gold Rush-era gang wars in San Francisco to vaccine development and chickens in space.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

In “Egg,” author Lizzie Stark explores the history of the egg, from Gold Rush-era gang wars in San Francisco to vaccine development and chickens in space.

How eggs kicked off Gold Rush-era frenzy off San Francisco coast

In “Egg,” author Lizzie Stark explores the history of the egg, from Gold Rush-era gang wars in San Francisco to vaccine development and chickens in space.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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