The Most Important Ingredient in Your Kitchen Is...
With one basic item (or any one of the four runners-up), a ridiculously easy but still impressive dinner is doable any night of the week.
By Lynn Andriani
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The Fridge Staple with 1,000 Possibilities: Eggs
Breakfast for dinner doesn't have to mean scrambled eggs and toast (not that there's anything wrong with that). Take this humble yet outrageously good meal: Toast slices of baguette or ciabatta, melt any cheese on top and place a lightly dressed handful of baby greens on top. Next, add a slice of prosciutto, and finally, the pièce de résistance, a runny, sunny-side-up egg. It's a ham, egg and cheese sandwich we'd serve to just about anyone.