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In a medium bowl, whisk together until smooth the sugar, oil, buttermilk, vanilla, egg and egg yolk. Pour wet ingredients over dry ingredients.
Dishes like baby lettuces with pickled sardines, tomato consommé and lemon oil; and savory French toast with squid ink, lentils and egg yolk, will be served à la carte or as part of a five-course tasting menu for $85.
Whisk in Worcestershire sauce, lemon juice, mustard, and egg yolk.
The eggs, meanwhile, looked like experiments in frying gone wrong, with whites gone brown and yolks as splotchy as the sun, with no sunny side to show.
Off heat, stir in 8 tablespoons butter, 1 cup cheese and yolks.
My favorite dish of all is the Hodo tofu skins ($18) that resemble pappardelle but with more snap; the dish is enlightened with yellowfoot mushrooms and cured egg yolk.
The video claimed that the shells and yolks shown were not like those of natural eggs.
Dishes will include charred asparagus with country ham and cured egg yolk; brined pork chops with charred green onion bulbs; and snapper grilled with squash, zucchini, and red onion.
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YOLK Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of yolk for English Language Learners
: the yellow part in the center of an egg
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