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Perfect vacation weather

Posted by Sheryl Julian  September 2, 2008 02:54 PM

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Last week's vacation in rural Vermont came with spectacular weather. We ate at least one meal a day outside. Here is a typical breakfast: soft-cooked local eggs, fruits, yogurt, etc. Cooking eggs so the whites are just firm and the yolks still runny is perfect for very fresh eggs.

Soft-cooked eggs
Bring a saucepan of water to a boil. Lower in the eggs and set the timer for 5 minutes exactly. Lift out the eggs and transfer to a bowl of cold water. With the back of a spoon, gently tap the eggs to crack them all over. Handling the eggs carefully, peel off the shells. You should have a whole egg with a soft center. Slide the egg into a bowl. Serve with toast. Sheryl Julian

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