It was the first time for any of us to make crepes – and we mastered it! It’s not nearly as hard as it seems, and crepes are satisfyingly delicious.
Today, we’ve gotten out the aprons and we’re going to cooking school to master crepes and souffles. This is exciting, as these are egg dishes we haven’t yet added to our Glover Gardens repertoire.
The Fat Snook in Cocoa Beach has a playful, delicious and innovative approach to the deviled egg. Also, a look at the history of the deviled egg courtesy of the North Carolina Egg Association.
From Tasting Table: Here are some common egg-making mistakes and how to avoid them.
The Glover Gardens recipe for classic deviled eggs, created by Kim of Glover Gardens and niece Joie and tested and approved by The Grill-Meister.
The crunch of the broccoli, smooth and earthy taste of the egg, and the tart, silky hollandaise come together beautifully in this salad.
This MSN Lifestyle article is a treatise on avoiding common mistakes when scrambling the humble and ubiquitous egg.
What’s the Best Way to Boil an Egg? That question has been a debate at Glover Gardens for years, until Epicurious sent me this article in their daily newsletter and changed our egg-boiling little lives. This article answers the question: Is it better to […]
I spent years yearning for the Scotch Eggs I’d had at a Dickens Festival in Galveston, Texas. The Grill-Meister made them for Christmas breakfast, and they were a hit.