The Fresh Eggs Daily Cookbook
Author: Steele, Lisa
Edition: First Edition
Number Of Pages: 320
Release Date: 15-02-2022
Part Number: 9780785245261
Details: "Fresh Eggs Daily blogger Steele lays down as many tips and recipes as her chickens do eggs in this innovative and plucky collection.... This will be hard to beat." - Publishers Weekly (Starred Review)
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, founder of the popular blog Fresh Eggs Daily and producer and television host of the award-winning show Welcome to my Farm on CreateTV, knows a thing or two about eggs. And she's ready to welcome you to her New England home 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, poaching, baking, and frying.
And finally, Lisa shares her go-to recipes for everything from breakfast and brunch 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 gorgeously photographed comfort food, both sweet and savory dishes, with Lisa's unique twists cultivated from her Scandivanian background, New England upbringing and current home in Maine.
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.
Honorable Mention for Excellence in Aesthetic Achievement in the 2022 Readable Feast Awards celebrating the best of New England Food Writing and Cookbooks.
Package Dimensions: 9.3 x 7.3 x 1.0 inches
This is an electronic gift card and will be sent to the recipient by email
FIND OUR FAVES FOR CHICKEN KEEPING
FROM HATCHING CHICKENS TO TAKING CARE OF YOUR FLOCK FOR YEARS TO COME