hard-boiled eggs

Illustrated Kitchen Hacks: Zero-Effort Kimchi Pickled Eggs

In the kitchen, creativity goes a long way
Feb 20, 2014 10:00 am

Welcome to Illustrated Kitchen Hacks. For the Korean food fiend, here's how to make zero-effort kimchi pickled eggs, presented in this easy-to-use visual format.  Now you have absolutely no reason, including a short attention span, not to fire up the most Instagrammable garnish for bibimbap, noodles, soup and more. 

How Do You Make A Hard-Boiled Egg That's Still Runny Inside?

An impressive 7-minute egg technique to master
Jan 27, 2014 3:00 pm

There it is, floating like a little treasure in your perfect bowl of ramen, a soft, savory medium-boiled egg. You can (and should) recreate restaurant-quality ramen at home, which means learning how to make a hard-boiled egg that's still runny insideIt's the ultimate garnish if you want to impress your Instagram followers and dining companions alike. 

5 Crazy Egg-Related Videos For Your Saturday

Scramble in shell, peel like a Russian and more
Nov 23, 2013 11:00 am

The weekend is finally here. What better way to kick it off than by checking out some crazy egg videos? We’ve rounded up five egg cooking, scrambling and peeling clips, from the useful to the informative to the insane to the downright bizarre. The videos, after the jump.

How Do You Peel Hard-Boiled Eggs?

Peel boiled eggs the smart way. Keep 'em pretty.
Aug 28, 2013 1:30 pm

So you've boiled them perfectly. Now if you could just get at them without mangling them, ripping off pieces, embedding angular bits of shell in their tender flesh and making an aesthetically pleasing dish damn near impossible. Here are a couple of pointers.

God It Is So Hot Out! 4 Strategic Variations On The Nicoise Salad.

Ways to switch up that classy French salad
Jul 17, 2013 11:31 am

Just give me something I can digest and which won't make me feel like a sweaty sloth. I realize you're probably expecting a link to a sloth meme. It's not going to happen. So I turn to one of my favorite hot weather lunches, Salade Niçoise, or as the Americains put it, nicoise salad. It's refreshing, packs an easy protein punch and has a nice acidic bite that cuts through the most humid, sticky, miserable, GOD IT IS SO HOT OUT. The solution, after the jump.

Eggs On Eggs: Soft Egg And Fish Roe Toast Recipe

Top your toast with scrambled eggs and fish roe
Jul 10, 2013 4:02 pm
Photo: Björn Tesch

We got our hands on one of the best fish cookbooks we've encountered in recent memory, authored by two of Sweden's best-known chefs. What you'd never be able to tell from the cover is how rock-crazy these guys are — their "pairings" encourage you to listen to the White Stripes, Kiss, Smashing Pumpkins and the Beatles (among others) while you prepare a spectacular fish dish, like this hearty, rustic, very Scandinavian egg-on-egg gem. 

The Only Apparent Use For The Egg-Slicer Thing

I dig a layer of hard-boiled egg on a good sandwich
Jun 5, 2013 11:31 am

I really hope someone's first thought was "I have another use for the eggs cut with the egg-cutter thing!" The only other way I can imagine it would be useful would be on opposite day, when one extremely use-specific piece of kitchen crap can and should take up all that space and rattle around in whichever drawer it will never quite fit in. 12 sandwich ideas starring the hard-boiled egg after the jump.

7 Ideas For Dinner Tonight: Pork

Here's how much we love the other white meat
Jun 4, 2013 12:02 pm

It's not a pork roundup without some belly, some sausage, a burger and a sandwich, so we made sure to include all of them. Pick up a a nice piece of pig and make your fellow diners squeal with approval. Feel like Asian food? The pork belly onigiri (Japanese rice balls) and pork burger sound right up your alley. Go the one-pot feed-a-crowd route with Cuban comfort food or simply defer to Bobby Flay (we do it all the time). 

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