All posts tagged “eggs

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Scotch Eggs

The first really, truly mind-blowing Scotch egg that I ever had was at The Breslin. The breading was shatteringly crisp, the sausage was moist and savory, and the yolk . . . oh the yolk! Just liquid enough, it oozed and spread over the plate… Read More

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Cherry Clafoutis

Clafoutis is the classic dessert of the Limousin, the northwestern part of the Massif Central in the middle of France. Traditionally, it is baked in a buttered dish and is more or less a flan with ripe black cherries. Sometimes, other red fruits like prune plums, red… Read More

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Asparagus with Fried Egg and Parmesan

It’s asparagus season! Which means it’s time for my favorite fast lunch: sweet local asparagus topped with a fried egg and sprinkled with Parmesan. To anyone who thinks that making yourself lunch takes too much time, I challenge them to find something quicker than this… Read More

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Kimchi Fried Rice

“I never see you eat rice,” Laura said, “Ever.” “That’s not true! I eat risotto! and paella! and biryani . . .” But despite my protestations, it is true though: I am not a fan of plain, steamed white rice. I am so un-Asian. When… Read More

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Crustless Mini-Quiches

I love quiche because I love the four basic components of classic quiche: pork, cheese, custard, and butter crust. Quiche is one of those things that can be easily pulled together, but it can also be amazingly time-consuming and complicated. The last time that I… Read More

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