If there's one person who knows how encapsulate the thrill of a Red Sox game in a dish, it's Fenway Park's executive chef Rob Abell. With recipes straight from Chef Ron's kitchen, you can finally bring all the excitement of a day at the ballpark to your kitchen. From loaded egg salad sandwiches to spicy breakfast tacos, every recipe is sure to be a home run at your house!
If you're a Red Sox fan at heart, you know all about the namesake of these deviled eggs: Fenway Park's mascot and famous left field wall! This finger food gets its pretty green hue and creamy filling from avocados, and its hall-of-fame-worthy flavor from fresh lime juice, chives, and bacon bits.
Want to mix it up and throw lunchtime a curveball? These loaded egg salad sandwiches are straight out of left field. They have the classic flavors you love, plus crispy bacon, peppery arugula, and lots of cayenne and paprika, all sandwiched between buttery toasted bread.
A luxuriously creamy hollandaise sauce covers all the bases: put it on your eggs Benedict, grilled veggies, or baked potato wedges for a delicious and rich breakfast or snack. Thanks to Chef Ron's simplified technique, it's the only (and easiest) recipe for hollandaise that you'll ever need.
Chef Ron's signature breakfast tacos are the perfect choice for anyone who loves starting the morning with a little bit of spice: a warm tortilla full of fluffy scrambled eggs, potato, and Spanish chorizo is a whole new ball game come breakfast time.