Archive for the ‘Food’ Category

December 15, 2011 0

HOW TO make the Best, Most Convenient, Poached Egg evarrr!: method, explanation

By in Food, Tips

Tweet Every time I learn something new about egg preparation, I write a post on it thinking I have finally found the most convenient and tastiest way to prepare an egg with a runny yolk.  My goals are quickness of preparation, ease of cleanup (minimizing dish/apparatus washing), and quality/consistency of egg (runny yolk, not over […]

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November 23, 2011 1

Japanese Onsen Tamago (Japanese Softboiled Eggs!!!)

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Tweet After having an egg brunch with a friend where we tested out a less than stellar egg poaching device, I remembered I should post my youtube video about Japanese softboiled eggs.  Back in 2007 while living in Tokyo I came across a crazy Japanese softboiled egg that cracked open like a raw egg but […]

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September 29, 2011 0

HBS Pro Tip: Sushi at Spangler

By in Business School, Food, Harvard, Tips

Tweet   We’re lucky that the facilities at Harvard Business School are nice.  Our gym is the best of all the Harvard schools and our food is surprisingly decent.  In fact, sushi at Spangler Dining Hall is pretty freaking good.   Here’s a little pro tip for ordering sushi at HBS.  If you like Nigiri […]

May 15, 2011 0

Flipping an egg – how to fry an over easy egg

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Tweet I love eggs.  If had to a pick a favorite preparation, it would have to be softboiled.  Softboiled eggs are incredible on their own for breakfast, or served on top of asian noodles (noodle soup or dry noodles).  The problem is the effort required to prepare a softboiled egg.  There is the timing which […]

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February 14, 2011 0

Deliciousness at the Hong Kong

By in Business School, Food, Harvard, Nightlife

Tweet Everyone knows the Hong Kong at 1238 Massachusetts Ave. is the place to go for scorpion bowl races and Saturday night debauchery when all other classier plans fail around Harvard.  The one thing I think few people know is that the restaurant/bar known simply as “the Kong” is also the place to go for world class […]

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August 7, 2008 0

Poached eggs when pressed for time

By in Food

Tweet I love eggs. My favorite preparation is soft boiled but soft boiling is such a pain. The timing is annoying and if you should want to peel the egg like I usually do then you’re really in for a struggle. For a while all I wanted to do was figure out how the Japanese […]