TIP OF THE DAY: How To Poach The Perfect Egg

You need practice to poach the perfect egg, but consider it an important part of your culinary skills. If you listen to television’s Top Chefs, you’ll hear the masters say that their first challenge to a prospective line chef is to poach an egg. Today, chef Johnny Gnall takes you through the process. Tomorrow, we’ll…
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TIP OF THE DAY: Unscrambling The Myth Of Cholesterol In Eggs

Common misconceptions about dietary cholesterol and its impact on heart disease keep many people from eating eggs, despite their nutritional benefits and “comfort food” taste. However, almost 40 years of research* shows that healthy adults can enjoy an egg every day without significantly impacting their risk of heart disease. Since February is American Heart Month,…
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TIP OF THE DAY: Get Ready For Cinco De Mayo Food

Plan your Cinco de Mayo cuisine, starting with a breakfast of “taco eggs.” Scrambled Egg Taco: Fill a taco shell with scrambled eggs and top with salsa. Here’s a recipe that includes taco seasoning and grated Cheddar. Scrambled Egg Fajita: Roll up scrambled eggs and fajita vegetables in a tortilla for a breakfast burrito. Taco…
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TIP OF THE DAY: Snack On Hard-Boiled Eggs

A 70-calorie snack with 6 grams of protein. Photo courtesy American Egg Board. Have you awakened with a New Year’s resolution to eat healthier? Snack on hard-cooked eggs. Most people call them hard-boiled eggs, but the proper term is hard-cooked: The eggs are not boiled. After the water comes to a boil, the eggs are…
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RECIPE: Deviled Eggs For New Year’s Eve

Why do deviled eggs endure as a party favorite? Of all the retro hors d’oeuvre—including stuffed celery and rumaki, a skewered chicken liver and water chestnut invented by “Trader Vic” Bergeron—deviled eggs keep holding their own. Even people who rarely, if ever, eat a boiled egg can’t help plucking a stuffed egg off the tray.…
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