RECIPE: Eggs Benedict

Today is National Eggs Benedict Day. Credit for this recipe is given to Chef Charles Ranhofer of Delmonico’s Restaurant in New York City—which also happened to be the first restaurant opened in the U.S., starting with a small pastry café in 1827 and expanding into a restaurant two years later. At that time there were…
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TIP OF THE DAY: Multi-Tasking Parmigiano

Checking the quality of an aging wheel of Parmigiano-Reggiano. Photo courtesy Parmigiano-Reggiano.it. Parmigiano-Reggiano is more than a great cheese for pasta, pesto, risotto and Alfredo sauce. Shave it onto salads, eggs and sandwiches. Add it to cheese plates. Enjoy it with a glass of hearty red wine. It loves to be paired with apples, figs,…
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RECIPE: Egg Salad For National Egg Salad Week

It’s National Egg Salad Week, reason to explore what makes a really great egg salad. Hard-cooked eggs + mayo isn’t egg salad, but a recipe called eggs mayonnaise. It’s pretty dull. You can add celery and onions to make egg salad and call it quits at that—but you can do so much better! Check out…
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