What do you cook on the weekend?

good morning. Is there a more reliable kitchen ingredient than eggs? I love my cracked ramen in a bowl, sautéed on top of a slice of pizza, or scrambled for an omelette. A plate of roasted asparagus with a boiled egg to garnish the vegetables? This is a good dinner with a piece of toast. As is the pepper cheese frittata (above).

This week in New York Times Cooking, we’re celebrating eggs in all their glory with a special bundle featuring twenty of our best egg recipes. You’ll find it in print this weekend – Saturday for those with subscriptions and Sunday if you’re a newsstand buyer. Lovely.

As Eric Kim wrote in a beautiful preface, “The Magician in the Kitchen, eggs can turn meager meals into extravagant feasts, or serve as a midnight snack, brunch and nighttime wonder at the same time. They can work across cultures, cuisines, and cycles, providing The filling for one of life’s greatest salad sandwiches, the pomp of a delicious curry or shakshuka, and an airy body for sweet creations like pancakes, sponge cake, and pavlova.”

Check out all the recipes here.

The egg may come first, but don’t lose sight of the second place winner. I love the grilled chicken thighs on Saturday nights, and the Vesuvio chicken always. Chicken piccata might be fine if you’re craving that big-y zing. Or maybe try Ali Slagel’s new recipe for Honey Mustard Chicken Tenderizer? It’s a classic kids’ game that’s been turned into something a little more adult and juicy.

Heading in a completely different direction, you might take a stub of stale bread and what veggies are at the bottom of your vegetable drawer to make your new kai chun recipe for spring cleaning ribollita, a real standout soup.

It can be a good night for tofu makhani. Likewise for white beans with anchovies and Parmesan cheese. althoug? I Definitely Make Eggs: Ian Fisher’s Famous Spaghetti Carbonara for Weekend Win.

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Now, it has nothing to do with huevos rotos or smoked red devil eggs, but Dan Kois, Parul Sehgal, and Jason Zinoman have come together for a loving work: “The Martin Chronicles,” a podcast dedicated to discussing Martin Amis novels, one book at a time. First up, “Rachel Papers,” his first appearance. adjust!

In his latest work, “Close Read,” Jason Farago delves into the still life of Dutch painter Willem Claesz Heda in 1635, and the results are astounding. You will learn a lot!

They play pretty awful, but it’s fun to watch Claire Foy and Paul Bettany chew up the scene in “A Very British Scandal” on Amazon Prime.

Finally, the Black Star is back after 24 years with a new album, “No Fear of Time” and single, “OG” Listen to It While Cracking the Egg. I will be back on Sunday.

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