It’s peak season for winter citrus, and that means everything from kumquats to cara cara navels are flooding the farmer’s markets. What’s more beautiful than the pop of deep red blood orange sections scattered on a salad or a pretty pink piece of grapefruit floating in a sparkling cocktail? Nothing, that’s what. To help you stay healthy with a good dose of vitamin C and enjoy the best of this citrusy season, here are six super-easy recipes where citrus is the star of the show.
Never underestimate the humble egg. Sure, it may be tried-and-true, but it’s far from boring. In fact, when it comes to the realm of food trends, the egg’s been making the scene lately, topping everything from wood-fired pizzas to gourmet burgers. But, this cooking staple still has way more to offer. The fact is, eggs are easy to make, affordable, and can take center stage during all three meals.
For advice on the subject, we consulted Teri Lyn Fisher and Jenny Park, the talented ladies behind the celebrated food blog Spoon Fork Bacon. The two Los Angeles-based foodies have taken it upon themselves to put together dozens of delicious recipes devoted to exploring the versatility of eggs in their newly released cookbook, The Perfect Egg.
In The Perfect Egg you can expect a detailed breakdown of different types of eggs (from chicken to duck), a section on tips and tricks, and recipes for every meal of the day. It also includes a guide to choices like cage-free, free-range, pasture-raised, organic, and those high in Omega-3. (Fisher recommends buying pasture-raised eggs, like those from Vital Farms. The hens have more outdoor space and better living conditions than at many farms, and a happy hen means a healthy egg.)
“We hope people will take these recipes and get inspired to make their own, because it’s so easy to mix ingredients and create variations,” Park says. And, to help you do just that, Fisher and Park have shared some delicious egg recipes for you to try at home. They’re all super-easy to make, and you may even have all the ingredients in your fridge already. Now, let’s get crackin’.