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Category Archives: Eggs
You know those dishes that you love, but you’ll only eat if they’re homemade? For me that’s any sort of salad made with mayo (chicken salad, tuna salad, potato salad, etc.). I usually like a lot more fixin’s and a … Continue reading
Ahh asparagus, so delicious in so many ways. Roasted with parm, wrapped with prosciutto… the list goes on. But this week I was inspired to make this yummy asparagus pizza by an old smitten kitchen post — sometimes vegetables are … Continue reading
Shakshuka, or eggs poached in spicy tomato sauce, is a classic Israeli breakfast, but delicious at any time of day. It is one of those dishes that looks and tastes very complex, while it actually comes together very quickly and … Continue reading
Last month I had one of the most delicious treats of all time — Spiced Parsnip Bread from the Shandaken Bake stand at the New Amsterdam market in the South Street Seaport. Never before had I experienced parsnips like this … Continue reading
I just love a deviled egg, and what a perfect opportunity to showcase Dijon mustard in all of its glory. So let’s get to it. First you need to hard boil some eggs. You can do this well in advance. … Continue reading
This silly little dish is so simple, yet oh so satisfying. If you know how to make toast and soft boil an egg you’re in business (and if you don’t, read on – you soon will!). Step 1. You’ll need … Continue reading
This week I re acclimated myself with two long lost loves. 1. Iceberg lettuce (pipe down health nuts, I know it basically has the nutritional value of a glass of water) and 2. Bacon. I know what you’re thinking, “Amy … Continue reading
I was about 99% ready to make Ina Garten’s lentil vegetable soup after the string of dreary days we had last week — I went to hear Ina speak at the 92nd Street Y last summer and her response to … Continue reading
Onions will always remind me of Shrek trying to explain the complexity of his character to Donkey: “There’s a lot more to ogres than people think, ogres are like onions, they have layers.” SO instead of creating some a horrible … Continue reading