Egg Shop Cookbook

NYC's Egg Shop has developed a devoted following thanks to its tasty breakfast dishes, refreshing cocktails, and all-hours operation. Egg Shop: The Cookbook lets you recreate their best dishes at home. Across its 352 pages you'll find tips for properly cooking every kind of egg, secrets for boosting them beyond the usual cheese, onion, and hot sauce, and recipes for complete, more complex dishes that cover everything from sandwiches to bowls and burritos. A must-have for any at-home brunch enthusiast.

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