"Quand j'étais jeune ma mère nous faisait des oeufs sur des tomates fraîches : elle coupait les tomates en tranches, elle les faisait cuire dans une grande poèle avec de l'huite d'olive, elle assaisonnait avec du sel, du poivre, un peu d'aillyophilisé, et quand les tomates étaient bien cuites "compotées" elle cassait des oeufs sur les tomates et les faisait cuire à couvert (couvercle..." Translated: "When I was young my mother made us eggs on fresh tomatoes: it cut the tomatoes into slices, she was cooking in a large pan with olive oil, she seasoned with salt pepper, a little aillyophilisé, and when tomatoes were cooked "stewed" she broke eggs on tomatoes and cooked, covered (lid the egg should be cooked but not too soft to be =) this dish with a slice of fresh bread is a treat!!"
I'm actually going to be making a family classic that we've enjoyed since the time I was a very small girl. We always called them Ravioli Eggs. How comforting that Dominique's mother made eggs in a similar way.
The truth is, I love the fact that people all over have enjoyed this dish as a simple home classic. It makes me think that if we can all somehow agree on this...
and join me today for a taste of home, comfort and happiness. I'm so looking forward to it!
There you go.