You don’t have to be a master of the kitchen, be the grandchild who is the engineer, or have that perfect girl/boyfriend to be grandma’s favorite. If you know how to use a pan without burning your fingers, this is enough. Take some time, clean your house, and invite grandma over for breakfast, a snack, or even a light dinner. Pour yourself a couple of wine glasses (don’t let your mom see you) and start working on these four culinary tricks which will make you the favorite of the week. Take advantage of everyone else being on vacation.

What you need before getting to work on the scrambled eggs:


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  • Buy fresh eggs, not those dwarf eggs that sit on the shelf priced ridiculously high.
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  • Salt to make the mixture. Sea salt to finish it off.
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  • You want the eggs done medium. Not all the way, always remember that they finish less done, because after in their heat on the plate, they will continue cooking. This way you don’t overdo it.
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  • Butter? It is an option if you’re not worrying about calories. Use it wisely and spread it thinly, a final touch to the mixture.

Win over Grandma with, yes, some Scrambled Eggs


Your grandma is now all about healthy foods. She hasn’t quite caught the running fever, nor the lactose craze (God hope that she never finds it on the internet) but she likes healthy food. Is it your turn to cook tonight? Scrambled eggs with some olives, tomato circles, onion, and basil. A Mediterranean plate that is so easy to throw together with a little bit of rye bread on the side.

Win over Grandma with, yes, some Scrambled Eggs


Three words: Open. Faced. Sandwich. Smoked salmon, scrambled eggs presented nicely, avocado, bread, and your favorite herb. Prep time: 5 minutes. The winning appetizer.

Win over Grandma with, yes, some Scrambled Eggs


Turn it into a quesadilla. With a lot of cheese, mushrooms, and a good bread that will stay crunchy, because you are going to toast the entire dinner. What could be simpler?

Win over Grandma with, yes, some Scrambled Eggs


Rye bread, asparagus, pickled veggies, and a lot of egg. For sharing and for leftovers.