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Eggs for Everybody


Again once I lived alone, earlier than I used to be married, I ate eggs for dinner a number of nights per week — often scrambled, typically poached, at all times salted to the nines. It was amongst my happiest habits for one.

That point is lengthy gone, however the eggs stay: I eat them almost on daily basis in a single type or one other, for breakfast, lunch or dinner. They’re cuisine-crossing, genre-hopping staples, as reliably scrumptious a meals as exists on this earth.

And so I’m enamored of our latest particular part dedicated to eggs, in print in The New York Instances this weekend and on-line now, with 24 recipes and an essay by our personal Eric Kim. In honor of that scrumptious challenge, I’ve received 5 eggs-for-dinner concepts for you under. (It may’ve been 50; I actually love eggs.)

There’s additionally nonetheless time to enroll in the digital occasion I’m doing on Tuesday, Might 17, with Tejal Rao, our California restaurant critic (and the creator of The Veggie publication), and Samin Nosrat, the chef and author. It’s dedicated to vegetarian cooking in all its scrumptious varieties, and it’s going to be actually enjoyable. Be part of us! And attain out to me anytime at dearemily@nytimes.com along with your egg recollections and requests.

Kay Chun’s model of this basic Mexican breakfast is zesty (from a easy selfmade salsa), smoky (from the refried beans) and wealthy (from the yolky egg on high). It’s a mix for the ages and a really satisfying dinner.

View this recipe.


Eggs accomplice properly with most inexperienced greens, however asparagus is their greatest match. (It’s the tidy brightness of the spears mixed with the sloppy richness of the yolk. Opposites appeal to.) This frittata by Melissa Clark brings them collectively in a pan for a straightforward meal.

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