When I was in my 20s I decided to live alone, finally, after sharing homes and apartments with an ever-changing stream of roommates. That first year in my solo apartment was the genesis of my desire to learn how to cook well. I knew how to follow a recipe, but I realized there’s so much more to becoming a cook at ease in the kitchen. I remember staring at a pile of brown and wilted vegetables in my fridge and thinking how recipes are nothing more than the gleaming tip of the iceberg, shiny and alluring, but not signaling the many demands they make on a cook: how to shop, how to plan, how to make the most of the ingredients in your fridge and pantry every single day. Continue Reading
Grocery prices keep going up and with supply chain issues keeping us on our toes, eggs have once again become a staple in my diet. They’re inexpensive, versatile, and don’t go bad too quickly. And it just doesn’t get any easier than a simple egg salad. So if you’re short on time, want something filling, cheap, and quick, make some egg salad! This is my super easy and delish version, but I’ve got lots of ideas for variations below, too!
If you ever tried Chinese steamed egg sometimes called as egg custard, it will amaze you by the super smooth and fresh taste.
Soy Sauce Eggs – easy and healthy hard-boiled eggs steeped in a soy sauce mixture. This soy sauce eggs recipe yields delicious results.
Enjoy this savory snack of mac ‘n’ cheese and bacon wrapped in an egg roll with your favorite dipping sauce like ranch or BBQ.
Have you ever tried the Welsh Anglesey Eggs dish? It’s a simple yet hearty vegetarian recipe made with mashed potatoes, leeks, eggs, and a cheddar sauce.
Baked King Crab – King crab is everyone’s favorite crustacean and this king crab recipe is baked with Sriracha lemon butter. The crab legs are so juicy, sweet, and perfect for the holidays and special occasions!
This easy egg spread is a tasty twist on the classic recipe. Serve it on croissants or bread for a delicious sandwich or with crackers for a quick snack … either way, you’re going to love it!
These Southwest Egg Rolls are your favorite restaurant appetizer that are restaurant delicious and super easy to make at home! They are packed with so much flavor and texture, they not only make a crowd pleasing appetizer, but a scrumptious meal the whole family will love all served with heavenly Cilantro Lime Ranch Dip! These Southwest Chicken Egg Rolls also freeze super well (instructions included), making a convenient make ahead meal, snack or appetizer.
Save Print Eggs Benedict with Bacon, Avodaise Author: Gardenandtable/Photo credit to gardenandtable.net Ingredients FOR THE AVOCADO HOLLANDAISE SAUCE: 1 medium avocado ¼ cup lemon juice (~1 lemon) salt to taste water FOR THE EGG BENEDICT: 4 slices bread or 2… Continue Reading