Egg Cups and Soft-Cooked Eggs

March 26, 2012
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After 31 years of wanting an egg cup my mom sent me a pair of pretty purple porcelain ones last week. OK, so perhaps I’m exaggerating about the 31 years thing but it’s entirely possible that my Bread and Jam for Frances egg cup induced obsession began while I was still in utero. At the […]

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Garam Masala Deviled Eggs

March 12, 2012
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Note: This item originally appeared as a guest post on Eat Boutique. Make sure to check them out! There’s a first time for everything folks, and this was honestly the first time I’ve ever made deviled eggs from start to finish. I believe I may have assisted a friend while she put together a few […]

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Eggnog Pancakes

December 19, 2008
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Eggnog is one of those polarizing ingredients that people tend to either hate with all their might or love with all their heart. Personally, I look forward to the reappearance of eggnog during the holidays all year long. In fact, I like to think of myself as the #1 super fan of Hood’s Golden EggNog. […]

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A Tantrum Free Omelet

August 6, 2008

Embarrassingly enough I can’t make an omelet. So I just don’t. I’m happy to whip up elaborate scrambles or even a quiche, but if I have to flip eggs in a pan it’s just not going to end very prettily. I know my limitations. Fortunately, my luxurious Hamptons-residing role model, Ina Garten, has introduced me […]

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Grammy Eggs

April 23, 2008

My grandmother has chickens and they live a fabulous Disney-esq life full of table scraps, grain, and white bread complete with a fancy chicken coop and a big grassy area to run around in. In general these chickens probably have a quality of life similar to your pet cat. If you spend the night at […]

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Pumpkin Crème Brûlée

March 19, 2008

Like many of you, my Crème Brûlée obsession stems from the movie Amelie. Who can forget that gorgeous scene where Audrey Tautou’s character cracks the caramelized top of her dessert while declaring it one of life’s simple pleasures? To that end, if there is Crème Brûlée to be found on a menu I always order […]

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Tomato and Zucchini Quiche

January 3, 2008

I have an obsession with quiche. I seem to be on a never ending quest to find the perfect recipe. This is of course complicated by the fact that I make really terrible pie crust. I’m learning to accept that I may never perfect the art of rolled pastry dough and therefore I stock up […]

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Fried Rice with Scallions, Edamame and Tofu

September 19, 2007

For the most part I try to bring my lunch from home, but on Friday’s I like to go out and leave the office far far behind. After all, a girl can only handle so many Amy’s Frozen Dinners and Lean Cuisines in a week. I tend to take the T to The Pru and […]

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