Really good scrambled eggs are light and fluffy and taste delicious. Once you know how to make them, they are a quick and easy snack. Here are my tips for making the best eggs ever.
Have you ever found yourself with leftover egg yolks? Perhaps you made meringue or 7-minute icing. I can't bear to throw away perfectly good food, so let's rescue those leftover yolks and use them in imaginative (and tasty) ways.
Coddled eggs are traditionally a form of partially cooked eggs, used in the preparation of, particularly salads. This article looks at how coddled eggs can safely be adapted to find a whole new way of enjoying cooked eggs for all members of the family.
Egg salad is a quick and easy make-ahead snack that works well as a topping for romaine lettuce, crackers, or whole wheat bread. This dairy-free recipe is great for those participating in Paleo or Whole30 diets.
This article explains the difference between organic eggs, pastured eggs, cage free eggs, and other conventional eggs. Learn which type of eggs give you the most benefits.
What is the difference between brown and white eggs? Yellow and orange yolks? How can you tell an egg is fresh, fertile, or free-range? These and many more answers await!
Which is best: organic, pastured, free-range, cage-free, or battery eggs? A number of factors contribute to the answer: nutrition, contamination risks, animal welfare, and environmental impact.
Scrambled eggs are an awesome way to start the day, especially when you have a yummy recipe that's both straightforward and delicious! Customize this recipe with your favorite toppings or sauces to start your day on a good note.
Have you ever found yourself with leftover egg whites? Perhaps you made a rich custard or sponge cake. I can't bear to throw away perfectly good food, so let's rescue those leftover whites and use them in imaginative (and tasty) ways.
Are "fresh from the nest" chicken eggs better than store-bought eggs? Cage-free, organic, farm-fresh, free-range—all buzzwords to get you to purchase expensive eggs. Are they really any better?
Egg white is a great source of protein and can be used to make delicious desserts. It can also be used as a glue and is found in some paints and vaccines.
Fresh eggs, cage-free eggs, free-range eggs, grade A eggs, brown eggs, white eggs: What's the difference? Here's a primer on egg quality and how raising your own eggs—or buying them locally from a hobby farmer—can put a tastier egg on your table.
Yes, you can poach an egg just like the fancy restaurants do, simply by using a microwave. In fact, that's probably how the fancy restaurants do it, too. Here is a tried and proven, step-by-step procedure to poach an egg quickly, exactly to your liking.
This page shows you how to peel a hard boiled egg (in my opinion). It includes step-by-step instructions, lots of photos, and how-to videos.
For expats and Spain-lovers alike, this Spanish omelette recipe will not disappoint. It was created by my husband after realizing how cumbersome it is to make a tortilla de patata. This was such a success in our family that I decided to share it so you can satisfy your cravings with half the work.