The Eggs Benedict Battle – A deleted scene

Gastor almonte gives us the history of eggs benedict in a deleted scene from Cooking with comedians by newdie mag
Historians give credit to two versions of the origin of Eggs Benedict:       


1860s
 – Credit is given to Delmonico’s Restaurant, the very first restaurant or public dining room ever opened in the United States.  In the 1860’s, a regular patron of the restaurant, Mrs. LeGrand Benedict, finding nothing to her liking and wanting something new to eat for lunch, discussed this with Delmonico’s Chef Charles Ranhofer (1936-1899), Ranhofer came up with Eggs Benedict.  He has a recipe called Eggs a’ la Benedick (Eufa a’ la Benedick) in his cookbook called The Epicurean published in 1894:

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10 fun facts about onions (and how not to cry when chopping them)

Crying onion

1) Onions make you cry because when they are cut they release chemical irritants known as amino acid sulfoxides. Your brain registers the irritant and the lachrymal glands above the eyelids then release reflex tears. Continue reading 10 fun facts about onions (and how not to cry when chopping them)