I don’t get many opportunities to use farm-fresh eggs. But if I did, I probably wouldn’t get the very interesting shapes that come from the less-than-fresh, mega grocery product.
A fresh egg will hold together much better than one that has been in the fridge for awhile, but it’s the not-so-fresh eggs that have peen providing these very interesting shapes after they’ve been added to the frying pan.
Next time you fry up some eggs, take a good look to see if something is trying to tell you something.
Print Cornell BBQ Chicken Prep Time 10 minutes Cook Time 40 minutes Total Time 50 minutes Servings 4 Author Steve Ingredients 1 4 lb Frying Chicken 1 c oil 1 c vinegar 2 tbsp salt 2 tbsp flour 2 tbsp poultry seasoning 1 tsp pepper 2 eggs 1/2 cup Beer Instructions Cut chicken into […]
Carnitas is a particular favorite. Slow roasted, tender pork is either fried or put under the broiler for a crispy, caramelized finish. Use as a main dish or build tacos or burritos for the masses. Traditionally, carnitas is cooked by braising on the stove top or over a fire in large, copper kettles. We prefer the texture that this method creates.