Too Many Eggs by Mimi Smith-Dvorak
Too Many Eggs is a compendium of all things eggs. It is the most comprehensive book on egg cookery ever written with over 800 egg recipes from all-over-the-world. These recipes highlight and focus on tested and traditional recipes with ingredients that include multiple eggs. It is also ripe with the stories and folklore behind the recipes.
This cookbook does not contain food photography that contemporary cookbooks typically contain. Instead Too Many Eggs leans into the more classical cookbook aesthetic, featuring beautiful historical woodcuts, illustrations and lithographs.
The collection itself took over a decade of research giving you both a phenomenal cache of recipes and highly entertaining stories for your enjoyment. The book also solves a major dilemma for home cooks and hobbyists who have decided to own chickens. The problem is you end up with Too Many Eggs.
Too Many Eggs is a great addition to your bookshelf and kitchen collection.