Word of the Day: Coddle

Sep 19, 2012 1:31 pm

Building up your kitchen vocab arsenal

Everyone knows that couple that's so inscrutably affectionate it's almost hard to watch. But no worries, we bear good news in that we found a new way to coddle

Coddle, in the culinary world, means to cook an egg in water below the boiling point. This process kills most of the bacteria and results in a silky, barely cooked egg. The same cannot be said of the inscrutable couple. 

Use today’s Word of the Day: Plate Deconstruction — WD-50's Scrambled Egg Ravioli

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