We’re a fairly adventurous eater, but a short article in this month’s Boston Magazine about a dish at Beacon Hill Bistro seriously squicked us out. As an occasional special, Jason Bond is serving up a take on chicken and noodles that involves slow-braised heirloom egg-laying hens (yum!) atop hand-rolled pasta (sounds great!). Here’s where it gets creepy: the dish is then topped with the hen’s unlaid eggs which are poached. No. We love BHB, but no. We realize that chicken and eggs are a pairing common enough that it provided the inspiration for Paul Simon’s song “Mother and Child Reunion”, but at least when you’re eating, say, fried chicken and scrambled eggs, you can be fairly sure that you aren’t eating two members of one family. This is the most perverse thing in Boston dining since the advent of the New England Aquarium’s seafood dinners.