Perfect hard-boiled eggs.
Did you grow up, as I did, believing that hard-boiled eggs have a green-grey rim around the yolks? I mean, that’s just what happens when you hard-boil an egg. Right?
I didn’t become interested in food until relatively recently and it was a surprise to me to learn that eggs can be hard-boiled in such a way that there is no green, no grey, just bright yellow yolk against the soft egg white. It looks so much cleaner and more appetising, and I like the relatively gentle treatment given to the eggs with this method. No need to boil the poor thing to its death! (Not that we want it to be alive, exactly…)
As a bonus, it’s super easy (well, I mean, it’s boiling an egg, right? Not even I can manage to make that one complicated) and it’s not an exact science either, as a bit of extra time isn’t going to hurt.