Lately I’ve been a whirling dervish in my choices of what I’m craving to eat. Cravings all over the place, and most of them leaning toward the ethnic side of food. Thai one night, Korean the next, Middle Eastern and as always one of my faves: rich sausag-ey Italian pasta. Lasagna, that’s what I need. [...]
This recipe appeared in the New York Times Magazine in 1985, and my mother has been making them for us ever since. Topped with herbs — parsley, sage, rosemary and thyme — melted gruyère and a few splashes of Tabasco, these perfectly soft-cooked eggs are such a treat.