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We're strong supporters of the "put an egg on it" theory that many dishes can be improved with the addition of a good old-fashioned sunny side-up. But Lara Ferroni's new book takes it a step further. Her recipes are tailored to feature this ingredient at its finest, particularly where Brussels sprouts are involved.

We're strong supporters of the "put an egg on it" theory that many dishes can be improved with the addition of a good old-fashioned sunny side-up. But Lara Ferroni's new book takes it a step further, as in, you'll never have to think what to put an egg on again. Her recipes are tailored to feature this ingredient at its finest, particularly where Brussels sprouts are involved.

If brussels sprouts had been served this way when I was a kid, instead of being little balls of gray, bitter mush, I might not have missed out on twenty-something years of one of my favorite fall vegetables. How sad!

Reprinted with permission from Put An Egg On It