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Just in time for Easter, a photographic tour of Toronto’s exceptional—and unusual—egg creations

Just in time for Easter, a photographic tour of Toronto’s exceptional—and unusual—egg creations
Amirsina Derakhshan and Kevin Jeung of Soignée Catering bring modern culinary techniques to classic French and Italian cuisine, creating innovative dishes. Their take on the BLT stars a 64-degree egg, a Berkshire pork belly cooked sous vide for 36 hours, buttery grilled brioche toast and tomato confit. Ruffles of micro sorrel and lemon vinaigrette–dressed frisée cut through the richness of the salt-kissed egg and pork; Kozlik’s triple-crunch mustard and charred scallion oil pull the distinct components together.
Menus start at $35 per person for a three-course meal.
Soignée Catering, 416-419-9880, soigneecatering.com.

Nutrient-dense, endlessly versatile, yet Platonically simple, eggs are truly one of nature’s perfect foods. While many chefs consign the simple orbs to breakfast servitude, others in Toronto bring them front and centre, whether in traditional dishes or more innovative concoctions. Here, 10 of the city’s most beautiful and delicious egg dishes.

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Just in time for Easter, a photographic tour of Toronto’s exceptional—and unusual—egg creations
Soignée Catering’s deconstructed BLT features a perfect 64-degree egg
Just in time for Easter, a photographic tour of Toronto’s exceptional—and unusual—egg creations
Just in time for Easter, a photographic tour of Toronto’s exceptional—and unusual—egg creations
Just in time for Easter, a photographic tour of Toronto’s exceptional—and unusual—egg creations
Just in time for Easter, a photographic tour of Toronto’s exceptional—and unusual—egg creations
Just in time for Easter, a photographic tour of Toronto’s exceptional—and unusual—egg creations
Just in time for Easter, a photographic tour of Toronto’s exceptional—and unusual—egg creations
Just in time for Easter, a photographic tour of Toronto’s exceptional—and unusual—egg creations
Just in time for Easter, a photographic tour of Toronto’s exceptional—and unusual—egg creations

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