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#cook90 day one...breakfast

A few weeks ago a Food & Wine article on how to poach eggs inspired me to cook eggs for day one of #cook90. My goals were something quick, easy and tasty breakfast in the new year. My solution was poached eggs with blanched escarole. Prep and cook time 12 minutes... the results are below.  




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