Scotch eggs are pub snacks. Cut in half, fresh from the fryer, egg yolk gently relenting, they are beautiful.
The classic Opera Cake is a work in six acts.
As Cantonese carry-outs have disappeared, this historic Chinese-American recipe has become something of an endangered culinary species — someday, you may have no choice but to make it yourself.
Here’s the recipe for the miraculous soufflé that Daisy Bonner prepared the day that her beloved president, Franklin D. Roosevelt, died. Bonner always served this dish with stuffed baked tomatoes, peas, plain lettuce salad with French dressing, Melba toast, and coffee.