Category Archives: Eggs

The 10-Minute Dinner

The 10-minute dinner. Several very large handfuls of the best spinach you can buy (a second season is available right now from organic farms), rinsed and sweated until wilted in bit of grapeseed oil.  A 3-egg omelet, seasoned with fresh … Continue reading

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Practice Makes Perfect

Another testament to the fabulous egg.  So says José Andrés, the well-known Spanish chef. The New York Times says Andrés is the new dean of Spanish Studies at the International Culinary Center in Manhattan.  The ICC is where I received food blog training, … Continue reading

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Simple Elegance: Herbed Roulade

It may be evident that I’m a big proponent of eggs as a source of high-quality protein.  Eggs have versatility enough to be the center of the plate for breakfast, a luncheon or a stylish dinner. An herbed roulade is an … Continue reading

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Humor has a Redemptive Quality

Redemption.  More like comedic experimentation. At the end of my work day a week or so ago, I jumped into Epicurious to look for a fritatta recipe for family members who were arriving for dinner in just a few minutes. Had … Continue reading

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