Soft Boiled Eggs Breakfast of Champions

Pageralam Occasionally I go through periods of time…we’ll call them phases…where I need to remember what’s truly important to me. It can be very easy for me to let things like my own expectations of myself, my contrived idea of what it is that I “should” be doing in life, my self-judgement get in the way of what’s actually real and right in front of me. Continue reading Soft Boiled Eggs Breakfast of Champions

Honeydew Melon, Tomato, basil Salad

Sweet, tangy, smokey, and rich. This Honeydew Melon salad wets your appetite and awakens your taste buds. It’s a perfect first course for a rich grilled steak, snapper, or mahi mahi.

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Salt Cured Egg Yolks

How exactly does one cure an egg yolk? And once cured how does it taste? These were just the tip of the iceberg of questions in my head when I read the article on cured egg yolks in Bon Appetite magazine a few months ago. I was so intrigued! Eggs are the most amazing food in the world, after all. There was no question about it, I had to try this. Fortunately, last week I tested a layer cake recipe (soon to come!) that called for six egg whites, no yolks, so I had an abundance of egg yolks on my hands.

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Chard and Mushroom Frittata Family Style

When big things change in my life I usually look for comfort foods. For me, eggs for dinner is a comfort food. It gives me warm memories of being 5, watching movies on the living room floor with my Disney Princess TV tray and a plate full of scrambled on my lap. My upcoming changes required something similarly warm and fuzzy, but a little more grown up. These changes required a Chard and Mushroom Frittata.

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