Fresh Farm Eggs...where?

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Re: Fresh Farm Eggs...where?

Postby MAPearce » Nov 11th, 2017, 7:50 pm

Good suggestions , but I'll give a dozen to my family and friends ... EACH !

Anyone needs eggs ? I got 3 dozen.
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Re: Fresh Farm Eggs...where?

Postby Lady tehMa » Nov 11th, 2017, 10:47 pm

3 dozen lasts me about two weeks. :up:

Husband likes a hardboiled egg for breakfast, plus one in his lunch. The occasional fried/poached egg for dinner or breakfast, or quiche (so many options!). Incorporating it in recipies takes a bunch; waffles, pancakes, hollandaise sauce & merinques (one uses yolks and the other egg whites), as a binding agent in meatloaf, cookies (more rare nowadays) or a loaf, cake, muffin etc.

I'm quite happy with the eggs from Balducci Farm. She posts quite often about her chickens, she gives them as much care as we've seen ShannonG give hers (she had no extra eggs when I was asking) and I think that is important.
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Re: Fresh Farm Eggs...where?

Postby oneh2obabe » Nov 12th, 2017, 2:53 am

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Re: Fresh Farm Eggs...where?

Postby MAPearce » Nov 12th, 2017, 10:42 am

Husband likes a hardboiled egg for breakfast, plus one in his lunch. The occasional fried/poached egg for dinner or breakfast, or quiche (so many options!). Incorporating it in recipies takes a bunch; waffles, pancakes, hollandaise sauce & merinques (one uses yolks and the other egg whites), as a binding agent in meatloaf, cookies (more rare nowadays) or a loaf, cake, muffin etc.


Good GRIEF !! I"d never get out of the kitchen...

And the kids would get even taller ...

Think I'll go give em to the neighbours I don't like ... via air mail .
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Re: Fresh Farm Eggs...where?

Postby Lady tehMa » Nov 12th, 2017, 11:07 am

Do you have any garden? Dig them in to the ground (it's soft enough right now), excellent fertilizer . . .
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Re: Fresh Farm Eggs...where?

Postby Jlabute » Nov 12th, 2017, 2:51 pm

Farms eggs on each end vs extra large store bought egg in the middle. Both of the farm eggs had double yolks. Yummmie. We get them delivered from a farm in Rock Creek.


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Re: Fresh Farm Eggs...where?

Postby MAPearce » Nov 12th, 2017, 5:15 pm

Those "double yolkers" are great for my fried egg , ham n chedder , with " Steve" sammiches..
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Re: Fresh Farm Eggs...where?

Postby MAPearce » Nov 12th, 2017, 5:16 pm

Lady tehMa wrote:Do you have any garden? Dig them in to the ground (it's soft enough right now), excellent fertilizer . . .


No garden .. But I got a few neighbours I don't like ....
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