Tag Archives: eggs

Cuisine. Hard-boiled Varieties. 9-10-17

I’ve seen quail’s eggs on cooking shows and had them, looking very cute as tiny over-easy eggs on things in fancy restaurants, so when I saw them at the International grocery store last week, I bought them. They come in … Continue reading

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Cuisine. brunch. cast iron skillet cooking. Spanish Eggs. 8-7-16

​Spanish Eggs: parboil fingerling potatoes. Heat a cast iron skillet with butter and olive oil, garlic, smoked Spanish paprika and dried herbs at 425°F. Take the skillet from the oven, put in the potatoes and break them lightly with a … Continue reading

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Cuisine. To poach an egg. 4-5-16

You’ll need a pan with raised sides. I use a saucier, because the rounded sides provide fewer places for the eggs to maneuver to where you can’t reach them. Put enough water in the pan to come about halfway up … Continue reading

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Cuisine. What’s that in the fridge? 02-08-14

Sweet Kale salad, while delicious when tossed in a nice sesame honey dressing, can’t survive in my refrigerator forever. Neither can that head of leaf lettuce I bought when I lied to myself about wanting to eat more lettuce-based salads. … Continue reading

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Cuisine. A Fast Little Cake. 12.14.13

I woke up this morning wanting pancakes, but the idea of tending them and flipping them really wasn’t working for me today. It is grim and grey and cold outside today. Perfect baking weather. Preheat the oven to 375 Degrees … Continue reading

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Cuisine. The Green Egg Upgrade. 11.03.13

I’m not a fan of vegetables at all. Or Vegetarians. Or Vegans. I think cows, pigs, chicken, fish and lots of other stuff with faces are quite delicious. Yes, I know its not environmentally responsible, or fashionable, but if Bessie … Continue reading

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Cuisine. The last tomato of the summer.

The heirloom variegated yellow and green tomato plant, the Serrano chili, and the Orange cherry tomato gave their last yield yesterday. They were good and excellent producers of mouth and eye joy and so their death and progeny must be … Continue reading

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Cuisine. Dessert for a Picnic. 9-14-13

I’m preparing for a show, so I needed something delicious and low maintenance to prepare. It needed to be portable and ok sitting for a while before we were ready to eat it. Preheat your oven to 400 degrees. In … Continue reading

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Cuisine. The Frittata. 09-01-13

I was outside looking around my garden this morning. The cubanelle pepper plant I bought turns out its not. Its producing little bell peppers. I don’t usually like them very much from the grocery store. Turns out, fresh off the … Continue reading

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Cuisine. Efficient usage.

Sometimes when I head to the kitchen, what is on the menu is determined by what is on the edge. When I look in the fruit basket or produce bin and stuff is still good, but needs to move to … Continue reading

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