Make a Whole Batch of Poached Eggs In Your Slow Cooker

Poached eggs are a glorious thing. It’s easy enough to make them on the stovetop when you’re just cooking one or two, but for making a larger batch of poached eggs, it’s time to reach for the slow cooker.

Source: This Is the Easiest Way to Make a Big Batched of Poached Eggs

This can be done in a steamer instead – 5 to 6 minutes using a small bowl, and my Oster steamer did the trick. The yoke was all liquid. At 7 minutes, it started to solidify.

Top Wintry Soups with Granola for Crunchy, Nutty Goodness

With the right toppings, the humble soup gets some extra texture, flavors, and finesse. You can take the most plain Jane vegetables and in a transition fit for My Fair Lady, transform them into a classy dinner soup.

Source: 9 Toppings to Make Your Soup Pop

For wintry favorites like butternut squash, pumpkin, or a creamy coconut curry – the nutty, slightly sweet granola is beyond complementary.  Bu if you’re weirded out by the sweet factor, try toasted nuts. They have a similar, though savory, effect.

I’ve covered how to make spicy/hot honey for those interested.  And how much vitamin K there is in yogurt (including Greek).