But the real joy is that the recipe worked! (Here is a similar version of her recipe, without the wonderful introduction that includes how to beat the eggs and prepare the pan.)
The souffle puffed up nicely and stayed that way throughout serving and eating. (Thanks to Sweetcakes for loaning the pan! This pan would have held a larger recipe - that's why the souffle isn't puffed over the sides. I like it this way, though, because next time I won't need to bother with putting foil or paper around the pan.)
The DH contributed steamed kale, served with radishes, sesame oil and balsamic vinegar. It was the perfect side for the souffle. I can't wait to make this meal again!
Photos by the DH, dear hubby