Posts Tagged ‘quail eggs’

Remixology: Make Us a Drink With Quail Eggs

Where: Daikaya Izakaya, 705 6th St. NW Bartender: Eddie Kim Mystery Ingredient: Quail eggs Bartender Response: “How do I open this thing?” Kim said as he hit a quail egg with a spoon. “The shell is soft but the inner membrane is thick.” He ended up using a knife. What We Got: An eggs-and-bacon variation […]

Market Research: Quail Eggs

Ingredient: Quail eggs What: “The main thing is that they are cute,” says Aaron McCloud, chef of Cedar in Penn Quarter. “But it is a little more mild than a chicken egg.” Because of their diminutive size (think: shooter marble), quail eggs offer a smaller, more manageable yolk for use as a garnish or appetizer. How […]

A Taste of What’s To Come: Boqueria’s Tapas y Raciones

On a recent visit to New York, Young & Hungry dropped by Boqueria in the Flatiron District for a peak at what chef Marc Vidal has in store for his forthcoming D.C. location, opening in Dupont Circle this fall. Just a quick bite (or three), starting with the cojonudo (pictured above): fried quail eggs, sprinkled […]