TIP OF THE DAY: Best Scrambled Eggs

What’s the secret to making the best scrambled eggs? Our mom added milk; other people use water or club soda. According to super chef Wylie Dufresne of WD-50 in New York City, the magic comes from cream cheese. Here’s his recipe: RECIPE: BEST SCRAMBLED EGGS FROM CHEF WYLIE DUFRESNE Ingredients Per Serving 2 eggs Salt…
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TIP OF THE DAY: Uses For Egg Yolks

Here’s what to do with the yolk if you’re only using the white. Photo courtesy Eight Turn Crepe.   When life gives you lemons, make lemonade. When it gives you egg yolks, make mayonnaise, hollandaise or dessert. Certain recipes—angel food cake, egg white omelets, macaroons, marshmallows, meringues/pavlovas, seven-minute frosting, white cake and some soufflés—use only…
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TIP OF THE DAY: Your Signature Steak & Eggs For Father’s Day

Treat dad to homemade steak and eggs for Father’s Day. While most often a breakfast choice, the combination is equally appealing at lunch and dinner. Get creative with your preparation. Although a conventional recipe combines sirloin steak with fried eggs, select from the variety of steak cuts and egg styles to create a signature dish—and…
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TIP OF THE DAY: Pasteurized Eggs

Do you make or eat these foods? Caesar salad Cake batter Cookie dough Cold/frozen soufflés Chiffons French custard ice cream Eggnog Egg smoothies Egg white cocktails Homemade mayonnaise Mousse Steak tartare   What these delicious dishes have in common: All are traditionally made with raw eggs that remain uncooked in the finished recipe. Then there…
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TIP OF THE DAY: Reinvent Eggs Benedict With These Variations

Since it was invented in the 1860s, Eggs Benedict has been a posh addition to the breakfast-lunch-brunch menu. It was created by the chef at a tony New York restaurant, Delmonico’s, for a wealthy customer, Mrs. LeGrand Benedict (here’s the history of Eggs Benedict). The original recipe topped two toasted English muffin halves with round-cut…
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