Here we go with another week of list making! This time I’m so happy to introduce you to Molly from the stunning My Name is Yeh. I discovered Molly’s blog when she was still living in Brooklyn, NY – she has this ongoing love for dumplings & she’s real funny, like ‘drop your laptop, roll on the floor’ kinda funny. I’ve been an avid reader ever since. I like to think we’re internet friends.
She now lives in North Dakota on her boyfriend’s farm. She is a killer baker (I mean just LOOK at this cake!!), her food photography is so good sometimes you’re *this* close to gobble up your iPhone mistaking it for the real deal. On top of this Molly is a talented percussionist who graduated from Juilliard, she travels the world & she makes caramel in SNOW, I mean.. I basically want to be her.
When I asked her if she would like to guest post for my Making Lists series, she very kindly said yes & came up with so many amazing list ideas, I might have to ask her to write another one in the future!
If you like eggs as much as I do, be prepared to get VERY hungry after reading this! I’m actually off to make myself some fluffy scrambled eggs, because my stomach said so.
Molly’s favourite ways to eat eggs :
Hole in the middle. Some call it eggs in a basket, some call it eggs in a hole, or toad in a hole. (You say tomato…) However you call it, it’s best with a runny yolk and a buttery circle of toasty bread to sop it all up.
Soft boiled. Sprinkled with a pinch of fancy salt, and in a cute as a button egg cup, they’re the perfect accessories for a brunch table.
In soup. Scrambling an egg and then pouring it into boiling broth is like magic and it never gets old.
Tamago. My sister calls it sushi for beginners, I call it one of my favorite things ever.
Soft scrambled. If I have the extra time in the morning, I use it to scramble my eggs over very low heat. This makes them soft, fluffy, and heavenly.
Shakshuka. Delicious and nutritious, and perfect with a freshly baked pita. My farmer boyfriend’s pronunciation of “Shakshuka” only adds to the excitement.
An Egg McMuffin. Double points if I’m on a hangover. Do I even need to explain this one?
Scotched. Sausage-y and with a runny yolk. Preferably at a picnic in the English countryside, but home in my PJs with a beer would work too.
*All photographs taken by Molly from My Name is Yeh
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