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Scotch egg rises beyond poetry

China Daily | Updated: 2017-01-24 07:37

Scotch egg rises beyond poetry

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Fans of Robert Burns' poetry, both in his homeland of Scotland and around the world, are celebrating the Jan 25 birthday of the writer this month. If you can't make a formal Burns Night party, savor the occasion on your own with a Scotch egg, a new addition to the weekend brunch menu at Beijing's Bistrot B. Chef Jarrod Verbiak says the new plate wasn't timed for Burns festivities - it was inspired by a visit the chef made to Britain about a year ago. "I was at the Pearl Market in London and there were these beautiful poached eggs, all organic, with bright dark-orange yolks. Just wonderful." In his version of Scotch egg, Verbiak delivers the color sensation he remembers, combining the egg with black truffle, chicory and pistachio.

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