Word of the Day: Coddle
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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