It seems that most chefs have slightly different method of boiling their eggs. This is the way works for me every time!
Place as many eggs as you want in a large pot. (The eggs should have ample space to move around.) Fill the pot with enough cold water to cover the eggs. Bring the water to a boil, immediately reduce to a simmer, and then cook for 16 minutes. Drain the eggs, run cold water over them, and remove the shells.
Valentina's passion is food, and she loves spending time in her "kitchen retreat," as she refers to that room in her house. Valentina develops recipes for creative and comforting food that works perfectly for casual entertaining. Both her recipes and food photography have been featured many times on popular food websites and in print. Valentina shares her beautiful photographs as well as new and interesting recipes almost daily on her blog, Cooking on the Weekends.
Outside the worlds of food and photography, Valentina's other passion is her family (including her two young boys, her husband and her puppy, Maple.)
To learn more about Valentina and where her work has been featured, visit her About page at Cooking On The Weekends.