The making-of, transport and munching down a sandwich sums up many of mankind’s alimentary achievements. Let’s begin with the bread. It required for the agricultural revolution to take place, cereal crops to be grown and sown. Storing, grinding. Complete conquest of fire and develop of cooking techniques. The discovery of yeast harvesting and dough fermentation. And then: baked bread came to be! Advertisements
These devils make a lovely breakfast in bed treat. By the time your toast and coffee are ready, the eggs will be too, and they are meant to be individually baked so no need to serve, just take out of the oven and dig in! … maybe let them cool off a bit.
Probably one of the most private things in the world is an egg until it is broken. Until then, you would think that its secrets are its own, hidden behind the impassive buautiful curvings of its shell, white or brown or speckled. M.F.K. Fisher.
Poached eggs are a skill that’s worth developing and i’ll give you three reasons: They’re fresh, creamy and literally fat free. It’s great twist to tour regular eggs on toast. They make the perfect breakfast in bed (and won’t fail to impress).
I have a great respect for eggs, no only they are an amazing source of proteins and nutrients but they are one of the most simple, delicious and versatile foods on earth, bless them chickens! Weekend breakfasts are the perfect chance eat slowly, relax and make plans for the day ahead… whilst still in bed! I am never too tired to get up and conjure up something quick and indulgent. I treat breakfast as I treat any other meal: it has to have something sweet, usually fruit and yoghurt, tea, eggs -mandatory- and a treat, could be a piece of toast with jam or even leftovers of some dessert, and why not? We all work hard all week and usually spend a lot of time doing things for others, so take the time to indulge. To make this beautiful baskets of joy you will need: 1 sheet of filo pastry for each cup 1 egg per serving ¼ red bell pepper chopped 1 tbsp finely chopped cheddar or any strong cheese 1 tsp fresh oregano …