A recipe for chorizo con huevos comes to Maine by way of the Mexico-Texas border.
This meal is a great twist on eggs. My good friend is from McAllen Texas, which sits on the Mexico-Texas border. Chorizo and Eggs is a favorite of his, and he cooked it for me one morning and I about fell off my chair. Flavorful and fresh would be the best ways to describe this meal. Chorizo is found in grocery stores near the deli/meat isle. If you are lucky enough to have a Mexican market near by, that would be the place to get this wonderful meat.
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How to make poached eggs the correct way.
As the summer comes to the end, warm food is always on the mind. Eggs, typically for breakfast, are a great item that can also be used during the lunch and dinner hours. A fresh and healthy way to use eggs is by poaching. Throughout our cooking years we have seen so many secret methods and techniques to get the perfect poached egg. After test poaching many eggs, we came up with an easy, foolproof method that works like a charm. Happy Poaching!
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The 2012 haul of elver landings across Maine is expected to yield over $40 million. That's five times the previous year's total, and is only behind lobster's $335 million in terms of a fishery's value in the state. That makes these tiny, undeveloped eels more valuable than clams, scallops, or shrimp. Down East first reported on rise of elvers in the March article written by Susan Hand Shetterly "The Incredible Edible Eel."