If we had to choose one surprising breakout food star we've heard so much about these past few years, it would have to be the egg. No longer an afterthought or just another ingredient needed in a billion recipes, eggs have experienced a renewal of sorts. Not only are eggs low in calories, they're chockfull of vitamins and minerals and have protein and healthy fat.
Trainers love eggs because they provide lasting energy that fuels you throughout a grueling workout.
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Gordon Ramsay shared his recipe for Scotch eggs "with a twist," and it's one you'll want to bookmark for later. Traditionally, a Scotch egg - like the Scotch egg from My Name Is Yeh, pictured above, is a hard-boiled egg wrapped in s...
If you're a kid who grew up eating egg salad sandwiches on the Monday following Easter, I don't have to explain to you what a bummer it is to celebrate the holiday without the key ingredient: eggs. But never fear: eggless egg salad ...