On Thursday, The Mississippi State Bulldogs were facing off against the Ole Miss Rebels in the Egg Bowl when tragedy struck. MSU QB Nick Fitzgerald scrambled out of the pocket for positive yards and his career changed immediately after he was tackled awkwardly and absolutely had his leg turn the opposite way. WARNING (Don’t view […]
Had a great dinner- I made Gordon Ramsey’s scrambled eggs and sausage (from a farmer down the road from me), and Tammy made avocado toast, which I had never had before: It’s very good! I am upstairs watching the Punisher in the office with Samantha, and Tams is downstairs with Lily texting me pictures: Clowns. […]
Attention all lovers of brunch: It's time to gather 'round because the internet has cracked, whipped, and scrambled something pretty egg-citing. Whether you enjoy french toast, a bowl of grits, or just prefer avocado on toast, nothing completes an a.m. Show More Summary
An eggy, horror version of Groundhog Day.
This dude's losing it.
Once, humanity was challenged with the effort of scrambling eggs. Then came Ron Popeil. Ron Popeil is like the dad in Gremlins, except he was real. The man invented everything cool you could buy from a tv commercial when I was a kid....Show More Summary
Check out that French toast bagel If it seems like there’s a shortage of brunch in the city on Sunday, that’s because all of the scrambled eggs, bagels and lox, and breakfast potatoes have migrated to Bainbridge Street for Brunch Fest. Show More Summary
Become a master of eggs all ways with our basic recipes for fried, poached, scrambled, and boiled eggs. Then put your skills to work with breakfast dishes like chilaquiles verdes, shakshuka, classic eggs Benedict, and French omelett...
We sat down with Anthony Bourdain of "Parts Unknown" and Danny Bowien of Mission Chinese to discuss Bourdain's new film, "Wasted!" and the ever-changing food landscape. Here, these culinary savants break down how they like to scramble their eggs. Show More Summary
Dinner. It’s an inescapable occurrence, 365 days of the year. Many of us have our go-to moves when all else fails — template meals that are easy and easily adaptable. Tacos. Egg scrambles. Pasta. Soup. And then there are the nights when it’s more about desperate calls for take-out. Show More Summary
For food startup Hampton Creek, the egg is ground zero. The San Francisco-based company's mission is to transform the way we eat by replacing the animal products in our food with ingredients that can be made from plants. It all began with a product called "Beyond Eggs," a pea-based egg-replacement that can be used for baking but not eaten alone. Show More Summary
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His method of boiled scrambled eggs, kind of a hybrid of poaching and scrambling, has naturally upset the internet. [ more › ]
Shredded brussels sprouts are a great sub for leafy greens like spinach and kale in scrambled eggs or omelettes.
The latest restaurant tidbits in Austin served right now — Bagel baker Alex Manley will run monthly bagel brunches at Jeffrey’s this fall. The family-style bagels will include smoked fish, scrambled eggs, pastries, and Stumptown coffee. Show More Summary
Eggs are like breakfast's blank canvas. Despite the many possibilities, it can be overwhelming to break your scrambled egg routine. Over the years, our readers have determined that these are the most popular egg breakfasts from our site. Show More Summary
Many food gurus have attempted to perfect scrambled eggs, some by adding ingredients and others by altering cooking times and methods.
Cheese and crackers. Bagged popcorn. Chips and salsa. Scrambled eggs with tomato, avocado and fresh herbs. One of these things is not like the other. The first few? “Lunches” people like me — the 43 percent of Americans who work from home at least part of the time — have on any given day. The...
Today's Water Cooler: Trial balloons for 2020, Verrit launch, Heather Heyer, Danny Fetonte, best sellers, Super Mario Brothers, scrambled eggs
Andrew Ross Sorkin, writing for the NYT’s Dealbook: As Mr. Cook’s breakfast arrived — two scrambled egg whites, crispy bacon (they didn’t have his preferred turkey bacon), sugar-free cereal with unsweetened almond milk — he described his week, punctuated by a visit the night before to the L.B.J. Presidential Library, the museum of President Lyndon B. Show More Summary