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Posts Tagged ‘poached eggs’

Soup du Jour, Aspicable Me, and a Sweet Ending

[Audio clip: view full post to listen] “We decided to ‘try’ (read: get over with) the eggs in aspic.  I shook the molds out onto plates.  The things looked like very pretty paperweights…but not particularly like something you’d like to put in your mouth.  And so they weren’t.” – Julie Powell  I had grand visions […]

And Three Bad Things Happened…

[Audio clip: view full post to listen] “The idea of cooking anything at all seemed beyond the pale, but I was cheered by the hardy fantasy I had been maintaining that poached eggs were easy, that I had mastered the technique and any dish that called for them was by definition a snap to make.” […]

Poaching: Bad for Eagles; Great for Oeufs

 [Audio clip: view full post to listen] “Serving poached eggs for dinner strikes my American bourgeois soul as ad hoc and a tad pathetic, and therefore perversely romantic.” – Julie Powell   It’s always hard to come back to reality when you’ve been on a vacation, even if that vacation only lasted a weekend. Despite […]

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