Bill Spohn wrote:As it doesn't take a long time to zip a tater or two through the mandolin (my trusty Benriner) that's what I normally do for frittatas. Interesting to hear that although a decent idea, it doesn't make that much difference to taste.
And I have to say that when I did za'atar dusted hard boiled quail eggs for a champers accompaniment at one of my dinners, Jenise stepped up and gave them a try. Keep on eggztending your culinary horizons. Maybe some day you'll be willing to sample my oeufs en Meurette!
Jenise wrote: When it comes to hard boiled eggs, it's the white part I actually like. I 'peck' at the yolk just to be polite.
Bill Spohn wrote:Jenise wrote: When it comes to hard boiled eggs, it's the white part I actually like. I 'peck' at the yolk just to be polite.
Everyone knows that you are an inveterate yolker!
Jeff Grossman/NYC wrote:On deck for tonight. I plan to add a little asiago.
Jeff Grossman/NYC wrote:Jenise wrote:And if I eat two, then it's a double yolker?
Don't let him bedevil you, Jenise.
Jeff Grossman/NYC wrote:Jeff Grossman/NYC wrote:On deck for tonight. I plan to add a little asiago.
This was quick and yummy. Like everyone else, even Pumpkin, we think the texture is too firm or spongy. Perhaps add some more liquid next time?
Jenise wrote:Update: Today for lunch we had the rest of the tortilla made the other night. I reheated it on the exposed rack (no pan underneath, that is) of the toaster oven. It crisped up beautifully top and bottom, and texturally we both enjoyed it more this way than we had on the first go.
Mike Filigenzi wrote:Made this last night. Used diced Spanish chorizo instead of the ham and added milk. Unfortunately, I got sidetracked and overcooked it a bit. It was still pretty tasty. I'll make it again. It agree that it's not as good as using potatoes instead of chips but the reality for me is that I need a range of nutritious dishes that go together (start to finish) in less than an hour.
And hell, how often can you come home from work at 6 and have a Ferran Adria dish on the table by 7?
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