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Fried Egg Quesadilla Recipe - NYT Cooking
This is a no-recipe recipe, a recipe without an ingredients list or steps It invites you to improvise in the kitchen.

This simple fried egg quesadilla makes as fine a light supper as it does a breakfast repast Easy work: Melt some butter in a pan and gently cook a corn tortilla in it
nytimes  recipe  recipes  fried  egg  quesadilla 
8 days ago by pinterb
Twitter
I know I retweeted this before but it really is one of my favorite things in 2019 so far.
dog  egg  from twitter
9 days ago by mkb
Double Broccoli Quinoa | 101 Cookbooks
Kids might like it with pasta. Cream or coconut milk. Put an egg on top.
broccoli  quinoa  pasta  garlic  feta  avocado  coconutmilk  cream  almond  dinner  vegetarian  egg 
18 days ago by agraseck
Video: How to Poach Eggs, the Foolproof Method (Really!) | Serious Eats
It wasn't until I discovered this technique, which you'll see in the video—something I first heard from insane British chef Heston Blumenthal—that my success rate suddenly soared to, well, pretty much 100%, where it's stayed ever since. The method was actually first mentioned in The Curious Cook, Harold McGee's second book. Strange, because I'd read the book countless times, yet somehow this one trick never stuck with me. Hopefully it'll stick better with you.

egg  eggs  food  video  recipe 
29 days ago by schmlblk
'Black Mirror: Bandersnatch' Has a Secret Ending With a Crazy Easter Egg
Charlie Brooker and co. have stuck a secret bonus scene filled with more secrets on the interactive “Black Mirror: Bandersnatch” film
bandersnatch  easter  egg 
4 weeks ago by gdw
Breakfast Bot Does Eggs To Perfection | Hackaday
Breakfast is a meal fraught with paradoxes. It’s important to start the day with a hearty meal full of energy and nutrition, but it’s also difficult to cook when you’re still bleary-eyed and half asleep. As with many problems in life, automation is the answer. [James Bruton] has the rig that will boil your egg and get your day off to a good start.

The basic apparatus uses a thermostatically controlled hotplate to heat a pot of water. [James] then employs an encoder-controlled linear actuator from a previous project to raise and lower a mesh colander into the pot, carrying the egg. An Arduino is used to measure the water temperature, only beginning the cooking process once the temperature is over 90 degrees Celsius. At this point, a 6-minute timer starts, with the egg being removed from the water and dumped out by a servo-controlled twist mechanism.
hackaday  breakfast  egg  cooking  culinary  tutorial  arduino 
5 weeks ago by cyberchucktx

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