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Dublin just got a new pop-up restaurant dedicated to eggs

Omelettes and frittatas are the order of the day.

Screen-Shot-2016-01-13-at-12.00.54-p.m. Source: BreadAndBones.ie

HOW DO YOU like your eggs in the morning?

I like mine… in Dublin city centre in the form of omelettes and frittatas.

Cracked is the newest pop-up on the Northside, and is be serving egg-based breakfast delights at the Bread and Bones restaurant near the Italian quarter from today (and 8am-midday every Thursday to Sunday).

Scoffing this sweet potato, kale and feta frittata, the first recipe of our daily egg recipes this week. Really healthy alternative for lunch and looking like it will be on the menu for take away lunch @breadandbones! Recipe below🍳☺️ 1. Par boil or fry the sweet potato (depending on how much time u have). 2. Crack 8-10 large, free range eggs into a bowl with 4 tsp of milk and salt and pepper. Whisk well but stop before they get frothy. 3. Place kale into deep pan with the sweet potatoes and slowly add the eggs, evenly distributing them around the pan. 4. Crumble the feta evenly on top. 5. Cook for about 5 mins then place under the grill to finish. 6. Serve hot or cold with salad and Cracked chilli jam #frittata #kale #feta #sweetpotato #eatclean #recipeoftheday #eggs

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Emily Bradshaw, the brains behind Cracked came up with the idea after being made redundant. She’s tried out a variety of recipes on family and friends and has sourced gourmet ingredients and developed paleo and gluten free recipes.

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All our dishes are served with Cracked homemade chilli jam which is seriously competing with the omelettes as a product!

chekcn The farm where Cracked's eggs come from Source: YouTube

The omelettes are cooked fresh to order to be eaten in or taken away, and the frittatas can be reheated for some lunchtime grub.

Now that’s… dEGGication.

Sorry.

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