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Jacques Pepin American Masters at Home Scrambled Eggs

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    #16
    Scrambled eggs my way are the only way. 3 eggs, a handful of blue cheese, diced ham and a generous dollop of hot sauce = Saturday morning bliss. We only have them a few times a year but man oh man are they delicious.

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      #17
      I actually switch back-and-forth between classic french style oeufs brouilles as Jacques Pepin does, and classic Cantonese style whampoa eggs. Here's a video for that: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ONYflj0I2QI

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      • Cheef
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        Thanks! These are definitely up for Sunday morning.

      #18
      Jacques' prep and technique is very similar to the way I cook scrambled eggs but I got my technique from Gordon Ramsay.

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      • Bkhuna
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        I use to detest scrambled eggs. Growing up, they were always overcooked. In the military, forget about it.

        But I learned how to make the a few years back watching Gordon Ramsey and now I'm a convert.

      #19
      Cheef My current COVID binge is Pepin videos: American Masters on the PBS app and Fast Food My Way on You Tube. I agree with you, they are terrific. As I commented on another post in the Pit, his videos remind me that great cooking is simple, I don't understand why people can't cook, and what passes for cooking shows today is absurd. What I love about Pepin's videos is even if I don't care for a particular show's recipes I almost always learn a technique or get an idea I can apply to other things I make. A recent example: I watched a show during which he made eggs in cocotte with a mushroom cream base. The next day I made a mushroom/leek cream sauce and mixed it in with some leftover sausage gravy. Turned a diner breakfast into a more sophisticated breakfast (for the record, I love them equally, not being a snob).

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