Thursday, December 5, 2013

Book Beginning: Put an Egg on It by Lara Ferroni



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MY BOOK BEGINNING




It never fails.  When I look at a menu, my eyes magically zoom to any dish where an egg appears.

-- from the author's Introduction to Put an Egg on It: 70 Delicious Dishes That Deserve a Sunny Topping by Lara Ferroni. 

I absolutely LOVE this cookbook! The recipes are simple but creative and there are gorgeous pictures for almost every dish.  It would be a great gift for any cook, but the PERFECT gift for new cooks setting up house for the first time.

Put an Egg on It is another attractive and inspiring cookbook from Sasquatch Books, one of my very favorite independent publishers.

18 comments :

guiltless reader said...

What an great cover photo! Now I want to have an omelette :) Have a great weekend, Gilion!

Creations by Laurel-Rain Snow said...

I love egg dishes!

Caitlin Martin said...

This made me smile because it really reminded me of my grandfather who was famous in the family for putting a poached egg on anything he pulled out of the refrigerator!

justcaffeinated said...

Mmmm, egg :) Sounds like a great cookbook, will definitely keep my eye out for it! Thanks for sharing this, happy reading :)

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Lindsay said...

Ooh I love eggs too! Glad you are enjoying this cookbook Gilion. Happy weekend.

jaffareadstoo..... said...

Oh ..I'm afraid don't like eggs much!!

But the opening of the book is descriptive !

Catherine Healey said...

Comfort food! Great choice!

JC Jones said...

It is really cold and snowy here. With this kind of weather I have to have eggs for breakfast. Visit my blog for my beginning and a picture of the snow at my house.

Kathy Martin said...

Sounds good. Eggs are my "go-to" food when I don't know what else to fix. Gorgeous cover too.

lindaakacraftygardener said...

looks like a good cookery book to have on the shelf

wordsandpeace.com said...

another great cook book! thanks for sharing

JLS Hall said...

I don't hate eggs, but they're not my favorite food, so I really never think about cooking them. Maybe I need this book!

Central NJ JASNA said...

I just found your blog (through a search for Friday memes). I'm excited to participate!

William Stanger said...

I'm feeling hungry now. Being a vegetarian, I get a lot of my protein from eggs.

Elizabeth said...

Love cookbooks...thanks for sharing.

I am still out of town, but will be heading home tomorrow.

I am not participating in this week's book beginnings but will definitely have a post on my blog next Friday. Just checking out other posts for now.

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Boyett-Brinkley said...

Love eggs!

Rose Causey said...

Never really considered reviewing cook books before... hmmm perhaps that is because I have never really considered cooking before? lol. I think cook books frighten me. Love the meme!

Rose Causey said...

Never really considered reviewing cook books before... hmmm perhaps that is because I have never really considered cooking before? lol. I think cook books frighten me. Love the meme!

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