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Hardboiled eggs are a great way to use your farm fresh eggs. They taste great in egg salad, potato salad, a green salad, or even just plain! My husband’s favorite way to eat them is as a deviled egg and don’t tell him, but I will share my recipe at the end of this post. […]Read more »
The hens are beginning to lay a few more eggs, but at the same time the shelves in my pantry and freezer are starting to look a little bare. It’s the time of year that I look through my mother’s recipe box for ideas. I know I’ll find something in her Depression/WWII era collection of […]Read more »
by Melissa Caughey of Tilly’s Nest If you are like us, sometimes you have so many eggs that you don’t quite know what to do with them. After sharing them with family, friends and neighbors and making a quiche or two I also like to hard boil a dozen for later use. One of those uses is creating one […]Read more »
I love hard-cooked eggs. I keep a container of them in the frig and like to pop one in my mouth for a quick, nutritious snack. The one downside to fresh eggs is how hard they are to peel. Everyone says ‘just put them aside for a few weeks and then they’ll peel fine’. Well, to […]Read more »
by Rebecca Nickols Photos by author This past Easter my daughter said that she had seen a link on the Internet on how to make a hard-boiled egg in the oven. She said that it was supposed to be a fast and easy way to boil an egg. I simply said, “That’s interesting.” What I was really […]Read more »