Dolly Parton said she whips up scrambled eggs every weekend, and she swears by an easy hack to make them perfectly fluffy
Dolly Partontold Insider that she makes her husband a Southern breakfastevery weekend.
- Parton said she always adds some ice water to her pan of
Dolly Parton has been married to her husband Carl Dean for 56 years, and every weekend she cooks up a delicious Southern breakfast for him.
And Parton, who sat down with Insider on Zoom to talk about her new line of desserts with Duncan Hines last year, revealed she has a special
While Martha Stewart swears by cooking her scrambled eggs with clarified butter, Parton believes all you really need is some ice water.
"Somebody told me this once and it works," Parton said. "When you crack your eggs in the bowl, say if you're going to scramble them, use ice water. Put a few drops of ice water as you're
"So put a little ice water in that, it'll fluff them up for you," she added.
While eggs are always included in Parton's Southern breakfasts, she said she'll mix up what else is on the menu.
"On Sundays, I make French toast, and I love that with bacon," she said. "This is not diet
Parton said she always uses white bread for her French toast, and she also loves making gravy and biscuits for her husband.
If she's whipping up a weekend lunch instead, Parton is partial to pinto beans and corn bread.
"I just cook whatever comes to mind and whatever I'm in the mood for," she said. "I can cook any of it!"
When Parton isn't in the kitchen, she told Insider that she and Carl Dean love going to fast-food restaurants, including Taco Bell. Parton said she is a huge fan of the Mexican Pizza, which Taco Bell removed from menus in November 2020. She told Insider in February 2022 that she thought Taco Bell should bring it back — the chain did just that last May.
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