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Are your chickens so generous that you have extra eggs? Blogger Michele Cook shares ideas and recipes for desserts that use lots of eggs. Everyone needs dessert now and then.. What’s your favorite way to eat eggs? This is probably the most popular question I hear each week as I hand over cartons of eggs […]Read more »
The deviled egg, a holiday staple for my family. I typically prepare both the Classic and Sweet Classic recipes. The perfect hard-boiled eggs start with the perfect eggs. Try for eggs that have been in the fridge for a week or so, if they are farm fresh. If you’re using store-bought eggs rather than farm […]Read more »
As we head into the fall and winter months my chickens are laying eggs left and right. So much so, I have an overabundance of eggs piling up in my ‘egg-stra’ refrigerator. On average, I collect 10-12 eggs per day from the 13 hens currently laying. Four additional pullets have yet to produce but at […]Read more »
Story and photos by Lori Leigh The name breakfast casserole is misleading, don’t you think? I think it’s safe to say that as chicken keepers, we have all tried different kinds of breakfast casserole recipes. After all, it’s a great way to showcase those beautiful farm fresh eggs. Many breakfast casserole recipes use a few […]Read more »
Farm Fresh Eggs! One of the joys of raising back yard chickens is the many ways I get to be creative in using the delicious eggs. A frittata is like a quiche, but without the crust. I am one of those people who don’t always eat the crust, so a frittata is better suited for […]Read more »
Last week I shared with you a recipe that uses a lot of eggs at one time…something needed when all of our ladies started laying. Today I want to share another recipe that showcases the incredible egg. As with most of my recipes, I like to keep it simple. But this recipe…it has a kick […]Read more »
Our ladies are all laying eggs now! As exciting as this is, I must admit…I quickly had a stash of eggs growing in the fridge…even after sharing some of the bounty. I had become somewhat complacent with not so many eggs… The flock was new(ish) and of course the winter usually slows down production. I […]Read more »
Don’t you just love a recipe that you can quickly whip up before you go to bed and put it in the fridge ready for the next day? In the morning pull it out of the fridge, add the topping, and pop it in the oven. In 45 minutes you have a delicious breakfast. As […]Read more »
by Meredith Chilson Photos by author It’s a blustery day here in Western New York, one of the first for this year, really. It’s just the sort of day that I like to dig out my very old Betty Crocker’s Cook Book and whip up some magic in my kitchen. My chicken girls are finally […]Read more »