Eggs, Beautiful Eggs…

The simple egg.

We eat them all the time. They are an excellent source of protein, making them an excellent source of long term energy.

I often need sustainable energy in the mornings.

The mighty egg is also rich in vitamin B, selenium, zinc, copper and iron. These are all important nutrients. And…eggs raise your good cholesterol (HDL)!

Eggs are so cost effective. A meal in themselves.

I feel very fortunate to have local organic eggs readily available. RambleRill Farm is my favorite new source of eggs.

And the best part?  When you approach their farm, you hear the clucking and crowing in the distance!

Please enjoy my chicken and rooster photo shoot. They were so cooperative!

Eggs are so versatile.

Hard boiled eggs? Low and behold, I have been doing it all wrong.

I often make hard boiled eggs for either a salad or for an easy pre-made breakfast.

I had no idea that I was doing it the wrong way and annoying myself, unnecessarily. Geez.

This is one of the best short videos I have seen on egg boiling perfection.

Click here to see how to make perfectly peelable eggs.

What is your favorite way to eat eggs?

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Eggs, Beautiful Eggs… — 4 Comments

  1. I love eggs. I’m so glad they’re back in favor (I remember my dad being sad years ago when the thinking came out that we shouldn’t have more than two a week.) My favorite is eggs runny over toast. I learned to eat them when I was getting my MFA at Vermont College ten years ago. The cook at Betsy’s in Montpelier knew how to do them perfectly.

  2. Interesting, I do them the Martha Stewart way. Put them in cold water, bring to a rolling boil, reduce heat and simmer 10 minutes. then immerse immediately in cold water.

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