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Eggs Florentine

It’s such a beautiful morning here in London, it seemed a shame not to have breakfast in the sunshine. Spinach is in season right now, and I have been using it a lot lately, and eggs florentine seemed like too exciting a prospect to pass up. 66 more words

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Eggs

Eggs are inexpensive, versatile, easy to prepare and well-suited to a multitude of flavors. From simple scrambled or baked eggs to more complicated preparations soufflés or dishes that involve hollandaise, there is an egg recipe for virtually any dinner situation. 176 more words

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It’s a few days to Easter so I’m devoting this week to eggs: Eggs Benedict and Eggs Florentine

I quite like Easter Egg hunts but can’t make the connection between Easter Eggs; Chocolate and Bunnies. Not that it’s critical for me to be aware of the relationship between the three, but may someone enlighten me please. 605 more words

Food

Our 3 favourite vegetarian breakfasts

We’ve recently refreshed our breakfast menu and given it a bit of a spruce up with a few more interesting options. As we’ve been inundated with folks doing meat free weeks and generally just trying to eat a little less flesh we’ve really been paying attention to our vegetarian options. 413 more words

Breakfast

Manna Enough

It’s Saturday. There’s an applesauce spice cake in my oven this morning. It holds a few of my favorite, most emotionally charged flavors. Sweet and sultry cardamom. 833 more words

Bob Nickles

Brunchin' it real good--

POW!  This mornin’ we had a hankerin’ for the eggs florentine that Daniel Boulud serves uptown at Bar Boulud, but we did not want to trek all the way up to 63rd Street. 198 more words

Food

The cool kid in town: Sophie's

I got the chance finally to go to Sophie’s after all the rumors and the noise about this place. To be honest, after my visit my opinions are very divided: a part of me agrees with the glamour it brings to the some times rough Dublin; but the other part was a bit disappointed when we talk about the food itself. 181 more words

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