Derin got up early this morning and made this yummy cheese souffle for our breakfast. It looks like a lot of food but is full of hot air. You should see it deflate. When the movie "Julie & Julia" was so popular I got him Julia Child's "Mastering the Art of French Cooking" book. He's made a lot of good food from this cook book. No, he didn't try to make all 524 recipes in 365 days. The instructions for this souffle are excellent, it does take a little time to make and bake though. We've added other filling ingredients, like asparagus or broccoli, cooked bacon or ham and different kinds of cheeses, Asiago, Fontina, Farmers or a Cheddar. (I say use the kind of cheese you like.) The recipe calls for 4 egg yokes and 5 whipped egg whites, we always use 5 eggs total. The important thing is to follow the sequence and technique and you will not fail. This souffle makes enough for 4 servings. Pictured in a 6 cup Pyrex mixing bowl. Now that's fancy!