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Trouble-Free Christmas Breakfast Strata

Trouble-Free Christmas Breakfast Strata

| December 23, 2010 | 0 Comments

Holiday egg strata is my standard stress-free meal for a decadently delicious holiday breakfast. After trying this out a few years ago, I’ve never looked back. I love that I can make this dish the night before, so the only thing I have to do on Christmas morning is stick it in the oven.

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KQED’s Forum: Egg Recall

KQED’s Forum: Egg Recall

| August 27, 2010 | 0 Comments

More than 500-million eggs have been recalled after outbreaks of salmonella nationwide. The head of the FDA says her agency needs more authority to prevent food borne illnesses. Forum discusses the weaknesses in food safety regulation and what should be done.

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Chickens, Eggs, & Southern Corn Pudding

Chickens, Eggs, & Southern Corn Pudding

What do you do when you’ve suddenly got 9 cackling, egg-laying hens under your protection for two balmy weeks in July? Make Southern corn pudding, of course, the silkiest, sweetest taste of summer imaginable.

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QUEST: Science of Taste & City Egg, Country Egg

QUEST: Science of Taste & City Egg, Country Egg

| April 28, 2010 | 0 Comments

Did you know that about 95 percent of what we think is taste is actually smell? Or that the way we perceive flavor comes from a complex relationship between our senses, emotions and memories? As scientists decode how our taste and olfactory receptors work, top California chefs are taking that knowledge and creating alchemy in the kitchen.
Plus a Web Extra: City Egg, Country Egg

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Eggs for Easter

Eggs for Easter

Since eggs and Easter are inextricably linked, what better way to celebrate than with this fluffy, high-rising soufflé? As long as your guests can get to the table as soon it comes out of the oven, this impressive golden puff will never fail you.

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A Chipper Little Sunday Brunch

A Chipper Little Sunday Brunch

| February 19, 2010 | 4 Comments

A little while back, I received a phone call from my friend Lyle:

“Hey, uhhhh… Mike? So… Cybele and I just got back from Mexico and saw that Chipper just laid and egg. Cybele was wondering if you wanted to come over and eat it.”

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The Henri Bergson: Creative Evolution of a Sandwich

The Henri Bergson: Creative Evolution of a Sandwich

| January 8, 2010 | 0 Comments

As my mind turned to thoughts of lunch for the week, I couldn’t make up my mind as to whether I should make a batch of chicken salad or egg salad. The annoying old chestnut “which came first, the chicken or the egg?” came to mind? Frankly, I had no idea. It’s a frustrating scientific/philosophic question that has no business complicating my luncheon plans. But I thought about it some more.

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Scrambling Spring Eggs

Scrambling Spring Eggs

| March 30, 2009 | 0 Comments

Once upon a time, hens took a break during the winter, waiting for the arrival of longer, warmers days to lay their eggs and hatch their chicks. Although we’ve entrapped them in an endless summer of egg production, it’s good to stop occasionally and remember that so many basic foods, especially the ones we take for granted, are still wonders of nature.

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