Tuesday, 26 January 2010

“Deconstructed Poached Eggs with Exotic Mushrooms and Turkish Bread”

Nick continues to rule. (Exhibit A, Exhibit B) Here he is getting post-structural on these eggs:


Nick, you rule. If you have huevos like Nick, send them in!

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Tuesday, 19 January 2010

Carnage! Carnegg?

This one is really weird. It’s old, too, from the beginning of the whole “poach an egg on it” craze, which is now sweeping the nation. Or at least my kitchen, and Nick’s. It’s on a borrowed camera and so out of focus and freaky, but actually it was pretty tasty.

One blueberry muffin:

One poached egg:

Here’s where it gets really weird:

It’s like some sort of sick, three dimensional, eggy Rorschach test.

I don’t know, this one’s pretty weird. Good, but weird. Hm.


Tuesday, 12 January 2010

Guest Egg: Quail Duck Poachathon

Leaving in a bit of a hurry, so no time to get images off my camera. Instead, I leave you with more goodness from Nick:

This is some primordial, plasmal sort of poaching. Who knows what creature could be born out of that pan, grow some gills and legs, and then start putting eggs on everything it eats, coming full circle in a cannibalistic egg freak-out...


It looks a bit like this on bread:

Yes! Keep them poaching, dude.

I hope to get some authentic egg-on-pizza shots while I’m away, but I’ll be sans camera, so it might be tricky. On the other hand, you could just send me your eggs to post. Send them! Don’t be shy...


Wednesday, 6 January 2010

Guest Eggs: So Many!

From Nick in Herne Hill:

That is more eggs than I can count. [ed: six] In his words:
“half dozen quail eggs perched on a bed of tomato and wilted spinach”

That looks. So. Goood!

Check Nick out here and at John John Slave, and get ready for lots more of his eggs — he’s got the knack!

PS: Happy New Year! Sorry it’s been so long between posts, it should be more regular in 2010...