Egg Fu Yung

A friend’s blog post reminded me how much I like Egg Fu Yung, and that it’s been awhile since I last made it. I immediately set about sprouting some moth beans. Now, a couple days later, I’m ready to assemble the dish.   Egg Fu Yung is typically made with chicken, but since I am making … More Egg Fu Yung

Breakfast For One

Breakfast for one: fried shoestring cut potatoes with green cayenne chilis, dried red cayenne chili flakes, rosemary powder, dried onion chives sunny-side-up fried egg toasted banana, wild hickory nut & maple syrup  bread with real Irish butter  

Egg Drop V8

When I feel a cold or the flu coming on (which almost never happens) I don’t “reach for Anacin.” I reach for a V8, to which I add a pinch or two of cayenne and heat it in the microwave. The hot beverage helps stave off illness before it takes hold and relieves symptoms if … More Egg Drop V8

A Train Wreck

Yeah, I know. You eat with your eyes first. Appearance is important, especially in a fine restaurant or when entertaining guests, but looks aren’t everything. Looks can be deceiving. I have created many a dish that looked fantastic but didn’t quite pass the taste test, which is one of the reasons I sometimes go days … More A Train Wreck