What is marbling?
Marbling is the quality of a surface that has streaks of color, like marble. For example:
1. Faux finishing or faux marbling is the art of painting walls or furniture to look like real marble.
2. Paper marbling is a method of aqueous surface design in which paper or fabric is decorated with a spotted pattern similar to stone, as well as other swirled and combed patterns.
3. Marbled meat refers to the pattern of fat in beef steaks. A random pattern of marbling is the sign of a good quality steak.
In eggs: Grade A eggs must have a thick white, a round yolk in the center, little air, and an uncracked, clean shell. Grade B eggs have a flatter yolk, thinner white, and the shell might be slightly dirty or discolored. Grade C eggs have a much flatter yolk, a very thin white, and the shell might be cracked and/or discolored. These grades are determined when they are examined at the grading station. The eggs…