Thursday, January 13, 2022

What's Cooking?
Eggtra Tasty Food!


Think you know all there is to know about eggs and how to cook and bake with them? Think again!

Lisa Steele, fifth-generation chicken keeper and founder of the popular blog Fresh Eggs Daily, knows a thing or two about eggs. And she's ready to show you just how easy and delicious it can be to make eggs a staple of every meal.

First, Lisa will tell you everything you don't know about eggs—such as what the different labels on grocery store egg cartons mean—and bust some common egg myths.

From there, she provides you with foundational techniques for cooking with eggs, including steaming, grilling, baking, and frying.

And finally, Lisa shares her go-to recipes for everything from breakfast staples, like eggs Benedict and a classic French trifold "omelette," to breads, sandwiches, beverages, snacks, soups, salads, pasta, cakes, pies, and condiments. You'll encounter a wide variety of both sweet and savory dishes with Lisa's unique twists.

Read The Fresh Eggs Daily Cookbook to discover new and exciting ways to incorporate fresh eggs into your cooking and baking repertoire each and every day.


100 Fabulous Recipes to 
Use Eggs in Unexpected Ways
Lisa Steele

THE FRESH EGGS DAILY COOKBOOK is so much more than recipes. The introductions, a tale about author, Lisa Steele and her love of chickens and eggs.

What follows the introduction is information about all things eggs . . . from weight and egg measurements, to cracking and separating, identifying fresh from old eggs, cooking techniques and so much more!

Here is just a sampling of the recipes you’ll find . . . Swedish Egg Coffee, Scramble-Egg Hand Pockets, Crispy Lemon-Fried Eggs, Eggs in a Nest, Fluffy Banana Pancakes, Blueberry Popovers, Eggs in Pots, Sunny-Side Up Sidecar, Maple Bacon Scotch Eggs, Lemon-Basil Bars, Homemade Pasta, Toasty Holiday Strata, and so much more.

I very much enjoyed this book. Easy to follow instructions with making the cooking/baking fun. And there are full page color photos to help you with the looks and presentation of your finished dish.

If you’re a fans of eggs, you’re going to want to check out THE FRESH EGGS DAILY COOKBOOK!

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  1. I’m a fan of eggs, Lisa! Sounds like this cookbook has it all.
    Thursday blessings,
    Pat T

    1. I'm a fan as well. My older sister loves them in any way, shape for form.

  2. Sounds like a wonderful cookbook that would make a great addition to a cook's collection.
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