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Tag Archives: eggs
With Easter just around the corner, my thoughts, of course, turned to the Easter Bunny, and eggs! Below are a few egg-cooking tips I’ve learned through the years. I’ve also included a link for my favorite Baked Egg recipe, which … Continue reading
We traditionally have Baked Eggs for Sunday morning breakfast but during the winter, we sometimes have them for dinner. My recipe is hubby approved for breakfast, lunch or dinner, and it’s guaranteed to get you in and out of the … Continue reading
For perfect boiled eggs, boil for 3 to 6 minutes for a very runny yolk, 7 to 9 minutes for a soft yolk and 11 to 13 minutes for a hard yolk. COOK’S NOTE: More tips for boiling the perfect … Continue reading
Charlene asked: Do you think it’s worth the extra money to buy organic, particularly when it comes to eggs? My answer: I think buying organic is well worth the addition cost. Of the organic products I’ve used, I actually see … Continue reading
No More Butter Blasts: Place small bowl of water in microwave beside dish of butter to prevent butter splattering. This is the best tip of the year-it works like magic. No more greasy splatters in microwave. Separating Eggs: Drop egg … Continue reading
Warm eggs to room temperature before boiling. Eggs cold from the refrigerator are more inclined to crack while cooking.
Memorial Day is the official opening of summer and fresh peas are a sure sign that early summer has arrived, which must mean that Garden Pea Salad makes the ideal side for a Memorial Day cookout. This is a new … Continue reading
Mary Jean’s Question: What are your secrets for making perfect scrambled eggs? No whites or stringy parts of the egg visible, and can you get perfection with using only water, or do you have to use milk? My Answer: Scrambled … Continue reading
Denise (and many others) asked: “What’s the best way to boil eggs so they will easily peel?” My answer: I don’t have a magic solution for boiling eggs so they will peel more easily. Here are some tips I’ve used … Continue reading
To center egg yolks, gently twirl the eggs while they’re cooking. This helps avoid “tears” in the white while peeling the egg. The eggs also look prettier if you’re making deviled eggs.