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Tim Vidra

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It has been a while since I’ve served up a brunch recipe — in fact, it was almost a year ago to the date when I went all things frittata. Having some spinach left over from the parmesan spinach risotto I whipped up the… [Read more…]

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Tim Vidra

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Easter is one of the busiest brunch holidays of the year, and one of the hardest days to get a restaurant reservation. I like going out to brunch just as much as anyone, but I’d rather avoid the crowds. Besides, a Mimosa, Bloody Mary or glass of bright sparkling wine can be even more delicious when poured at home. This fresh spring frittata can also compete with most restaurant versions, and is simple enough to make in your kitchen. [Read more…]

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Katherine Ramos

Though it might sound otherwise, coddling your eggs does not involve emotionally suffocating them. Or even being overly gentle with them. At its most basic, you break an egg into a well-buttered container, put it in a pot of simmering water without fully submerging it, and basically double boil the thing. [Read more…]

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Katy Andersen

I haven’t eaten eggs for breakfast in twenty years. It’s ironic, given that I grew up on a farm with free-to-roam chickens whose grub-and-worm diet produces some of the most luscious orange yolks in Pennsylvania (or so I’m told). Yes,… [Read more…]

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