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Egg

  • Lemon-Spice Visiting Cake

    Whether you pack this cake as a gift or have it ready when visitors come to you, the imperative to share is implicit in its name. The cake is built for comfort and durability…

  • Stephanie Johnston’s Bakewell Tart

    A classic British bakewell tart is a threesome: a crust; a layer of raspberry jam – one chockfull of seeds; and a sponge cake redolent of almonds. Sliced almonds and a drizzle of icing may…

  • Classic Bacon and Egg Quiche

    This is a classic bacon and egg quiche in the Alsatian manner (cheese or stewed onions are sometimes added, though not traditional). It is baked in a nine-and-a-half-inch fluted French tart pan, the sort…

  • Potato Hash With a Fried Egg

    This potato and onion hash is hearty and no-nonsense, substantial comfort food at its simple best. Although I tend to cook it just for myself at home, I bet if you gave it to…

  • Classic Deviled Eggs

    There are no newfangled ingredients here – no lemongrass or curry or pesto – just eggs, mustard, mayonnaise, a dash of Tabasco and a festive sprinkle of paprika (if you’re feeling fancy, garnish with…

  • Cocotte Burger

    The Cheddar cheeseburger, with pine nuts and thyme mixed into the meat, sits on a toasted whole-wheat English muffin pedestal. In a wink at the restaurant’s egg theme and recalling the time-honored steak à…

  • Halibut Niçoise

    What if salade niçoise wasn’t a salad at all, but a warmer, heftier dish with a beautiful piece of butter-browned halibut right at its center? Beans and new potatoes are in a simple shallot…

  • Ande ki Kari (Eggs in Spicy Tomato Sauce)

    In this classic Indian dish, adapted from the cookbook author Julie Sahni, hard-cooked eggs are swathed in a spicy tomato gravy fragrant with cardamom, cumin and cinnamon. Since garam masala spice blends vary in…

  • Steak Tartare

    The curative powers of raw meat are often cited and frequently lampooned — I’m thinking of the guy slumped back in his chair, after the brawl, with a fat raw steak on his mangled…

  • Buckwheat Popovers

    These airy, crisp popovers have a rich, nutty flavor, thanks to the combination of buckwheat flour and a little whole-wheat flour stirred into the batter. If you’ve never made popovers, they’re extremely easy to…