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With Easter and Passover right around the corner, the egg is the star of the Spring holidays. So, I have a confession to make. I have difficulty cracking an egg. It really makes no sense, especially as it’s a newly developed problem. Are eggs any different than they used to be? Could they have become thick shelled? Cracking an egg is probably...
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Asian-style Breakfast

Posted by on March 3, 2010
I am fortunate enough to have been able to eat, I mean live, in China for an entire year. Thirteen months, to be exact. While there, I had a hard time adjusting to breakfast. What I’ve typically eaten for breakfast over my life has helped to form this definition in my mind of what breakfast should be. All of this was thrown out the door in China....
Filed in: Breakfast, Recipes
Mike makes a signature frittata that he is quite well known for amongst his friends and family. For many years I refused to try it, for fear of the namesake plantain. Recently I discovered that a plantain, when cooked correctly, is actually very delicious. One morning I agreed to try this renowned frittata. Since then, it has become a more regular weekend...
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Back to Basics: Eggs

Posted by on February 12, 2010
To me, eggs are one of the original comfort foods. I love them scrambled, fried, boiled and as an omelet. I’ve also recently discovered that I like them poached. I don’t particularly like them deviled, but it’s more an issue I have with mayonnaise, than an offense against the egg. Mike and I each have our egg specialties. He’s...
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