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May 15, 2017

Daily Inspiration: Things I Love, Style Notes & Home Styling

Brittany Shields’ Flat in Ponce City Market | Rue

Le piccole piante verdi da appartamento rappresentano un’interessante soluzione di arredamento e soddisfano anche la voglia di giardinaggio per le persone che non hanno a disposizione uno spazio esterno. Questi sono Pothos non sono difficili da coltivare e danno un bel tocco di colore verde alla libreria ...(Brittany Shields’ Flat in Ponce City Market | Rue)

The Oxford Check Mini Skirt // J Crew Style

The Oxford Check Mini Skirt // J Crew Style

J.Crew Denim Jacket In Tyler Wash ; Thomas Mason for J.Crew Ludlow Bib Tuxedo Shirt ; J.Crew Mini Skirt In Oxford Check ; J.Crew 14k Gold Medium Hoop Earrings ; J.Crew Ryan Sunglasses ; J.Crew Suede Lace-Up Flats

White Shabby Chic Kitchen Wall Shelves

White Shabby Chic Kitchen Wall Shelves
tonalità bianche e pastello, dettagli vintage e romantiche atmosfere.

Gingery Poached Egg Soup

Gingery Poached Egg Soup
(via The Kitchn – Image credit: Christine Han)

There are only four main parts to this soup, and almost all of them are adaptable to your mood and ingredients you have kicking around.

Quick weekday soup =
aromatics + broth + greens + eggs

This soup is best made in a wide pot so that there's plenty of room for the eggs to poach without bumping up against each other. Here's the play-by-play on how it all comes together.

Aromatics: Start with a quick sauté of aromatics in a smidge of oil. My favorite combination is toasted sesame oil with sliced ginger and garlic (I skip mincing in favor of a quick slice). Change things up with a different oil, shallots, a bit of onion, or lemongrass.

Broth: Next comes broth. Use vegetable, chicken, mushroom, boxed, homemade, or bouillon base. Whatever floats your boat. Want to go tom yum-style? Mix broth with some coconut milk. Taste at this point and you might want to add some miso paste, soy sauce, tamari, fish sauce, lime juice, or more sesame oil. Make it tasty; this is the base of the soup!

Greens: I love, love, love greens in soups. Finely chop heartier greens like kale so they cook faster, but you can leave tender greens like bok choy, Napa cabbage, or even broccoli in larger pieces. Drop the greens into the boiling broth and bring it back to a simmer. (If you have super-tender greens like baby spinach or arugula, add those in during the last minute the eggs are cooking instead.)

Eggs: Finally, eggs get cracked right into the simmering broth and greens. In just about 3 to 4 minutes, you'll have tender egg whites holding in bright runny yolks.

Garnishes are totally not necessary, but always welcome. After you ladle the soup into bowls, have fun with toppings like sliced scallions, Japanese togarashi powder or furikake, Sriracha, and chile-garlic paste. Take pride while you break open that egg yolk and watch it run into the soup, making the broth just that much richer and tastier. Congratulations! You've just made soup in about 10 minutes.

Wisteria in Bloom, Italy | with @gabdetails Instagram

Wisteria in Bloom, Milano by @gabdetails

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