Coddling is a gentle steaming method that yields a soft-cooked egg, similar to poaching. This coddled eggs recipe with fines herbes makes for a perfect addition to the Easter — and Passover — table.
BLOG.Notes from the Field
Making your own eggshell vase is to honor the close attention that spring inspires. After all, you’re breaking an egg without crushing its shell, saving the food it contains for later, and then filling its hollow with small and fragile blossoms. This is not summer’s hearty tromp.