The Farmstead Egg CookbookBook - 2006
THE FARMSTEAD EGG COOKBOOK taps into the trend that eggs are healthy to eat again. High-protein, low carb diets have boosted egg sales, and the American Heart Association has relaxed their egg consumption guidelines. Golson believes strongly in eating organic farmstead eggs -- they have a richer flavor, deeper color, and a better texture than the average grocery store egg. She calls them the ultimate comfort food, reassuringly basic but always deliciously special at the same time. In the FARMSTEAD EGG COOKBOOK she gathers 70 healthy, hip and easy-to-make egg recipes with full color photos throughout. Learn how to properly cook everything from boiled and scrambled eggs to dishes that really celebrate eggs like: smoked trout and peeper frittata, pesto vegetable quiche, Moroccan tangine with meatballs, tomatoes and eggs, almond and orange pound cake with orange glaze, and sweet potato pie with bourbon-meringue topping
Publisher: New York : St. Martin's Press, 2006
Edition: 1st ed
Call Number: 641.675 G584f
Characteristics: 124 p. : col. ill. ; 19 cm
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