Tortilla Española by Aja Pecknold

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Find a person you like (or animal, or both or many) 

and a couple of handfuls of potatoes, any kind 

One yellow onion 

7 eggs, with brightest yolks possible 

Salt, pepper, parsley, paprika 

Slice potatoes and onions thin and round. 

Layer, with salt and pepps in a trusty cast iron of hot oil, 1/4 inch 

Cook over low, until pots are softish. 

Beat eggs with salt and pepper, pour into cast iron

Wait until eggs are set, 

Finish in oven at around 300, until top is firm to touch. 

Remove from over, flip onto plate. 

Cool, serve at room temperature, topped with parsley and paprika

In generous slices with friends & lovers for breakfast, lunch, dinner or midnight/morning/afternoon snacks.

*Aja is the creator of Unified Field Collective, a conceptual outlet for art, ideas and other select projects. She loves the display of light in Northern Iceland near the winter solstice, when the sunrises and sunsets dissolve into one low, abbreviated hum of what might be, as the days begin to grow longer. Also the brightness of the yolk of a really good egg. She lives. 

UNIFIED FIELD COLLECTIVE / UNIFIEDFIELDCOLLECTIVE.COM

BUY ISSUE #1: TRANSITION IN THE SHOP

Tres Leches Cake by Jill Guidi

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You will need….

Cake:

6 eggs, separated

2 cups sugar

2 cups all purpose flour

2 tsp baking powder

½ cup whole milk

1 tsp vanilla extract

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BUTTER TARTS BY LEANNE SHAPTON

For pastry:

2 cups all purpose flour

1 tsp Maldon salt

1 cup butter

1/4 cup ice water

Sift flour and water into bowl, cut in butter with two knives, add water, mix with fork or fingers until pastry can be gathered into a ball, wrap in plastic, chill 30 minutes or more.

For filling:

2 eggs

1 cup brown sugar

1/2 tsp Maldon salt

2 tsp white vinegar

1/2 cup maple syrup

2 tsp Lyle’s Golden syrup

1/3 cup melted butter

Preheat oven to 350F. Beat eggs in bowl, gradually add sugar, beat until light and fluffy, add salt, vinegar, maple syrup and melted butter, mix until just combined.

Roll out dough, line tart tins, fill two-thirds with filling, bake 25 minutes until firm but not solid. (Optional additions: raisins, chopped walnuts)

*This is a family recipe.

THE PERFECT ESPRESSO BY GIL INOUE

Gil InoueCOEUR.

Miss Silvia machine

Burr grinder

Coffee from the Minas Gerais, Brasil

Always roasted within a week.

Grind, tamp and pull a shot.

Repeat.

GIL INOUE/ COLETIVO.ORG