Breakfast and brunch can quickly become rote affairs. You do the thing that works for you in the morning, whether that's cereal or yogurt or cold spaghetti. There's nothing wrong with having a kind of meal uniform, but sometimes you want to do something a little bit special, but still easy enough to execute before that first cup of coffee has hit. May I suggest a Tortilla Española, the classic Spanish dish? All it requires from you is eggs, potatoes, salt, oil, and a little bit of finesse.
McDonald’s breakfast menu is hiding a secret: you can get a real egg on any breakfast sandwich or with your Big Breakfast.
The Golden Arches offer five kinds of egg products for their breakfast menu: round, scrambled, folded, white, and a sausage-egg scramble for burritos.
Hard-boiled eggs are an easy snack, a good source of protien, and delicious on a salad. They're also fairly easy to make, but just like all things that are fairly easy to make, it doesn't mean they come out perfectly every time. In fact, there are some common mistakes to avoid while making hard-boiled eggs.
"Can I interest you in some delicious duckweed?" doesn’t sound like a compelling pitch, but a company called Plantible Foods is hoping that the aquatic plant—also known by the somewhat more appealing name of its genus, Lemna—could help them crack the plant-based protein market.