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Three delicious ways to pickle eggs. Slightly Smoky Soy Sauce Eggs Makes: 6 eggs Time: About 8 hours Method: Pickling You know those savory, tender, hard-boiled eggs that bob in your bowl of ramen? These are those eggs of your dreams, but with a nice little added twist: a tinge of smokiness and astringency from […]Read more »
Yummy dessert recipes with wee quail eggs from Kelly Bohling. [All photos by author.] When I started raising quail, I quickly found myself inundated with eggs during the warm months. My fridge was filled with bowls overflowing with quail eggs, and I was quickly running out of variations to spin on omelets and quiches. I […]Read more »
Chickens are one of the easiest livestock to take care of, but did you know there are different ways to feed your chickens other than with regular chicken feed? While you can buy chicken feed at the farm store, or even make your own, there are ways you can cut down on the cost of feed. […]Read more »
Quail are small, but delicious mouthfuls. Here are two recipes for Roasted Quail from “Culinary Birds” by John Ash. COFFEE-SPICE ROASTED QUAIL WITH A VANILLA SAUCE MAKES 6 SERVINGS Ingredients 12 bone-in quail 5 tablespoons (75mL) olive oil, divided Coffee-spice Rub 1 tablespoon white sesame seeds 12 black peppercorns 20 coriander seeds 3 whole […]Read more »
Kelly Bohling explains how to handle quail eggs and delicious ideas for eating them. Delicious and Versatile Quail Eggs Quail eggs are small, speckled gems that you’ve likely seen in your local co-op or Asian food market. They come in tiny, clear plastic egg cartons. You’ll be tempted to buy them for their cuteness alone, […]Read more »
Many times it is the simplest things that taste the best. Take eggs and toast for example. Easy enough to make for one or for a crowd. Ingredients you most likely have on hand. Eggs and toast – the perfect breakfast, or lunch, or supper. It starts with bread. White Wheat Rye Use what you […]Read more »
Today I want to share an easy recipe for quiche, using many ingredients that you may already have. As the weather warms up so does egg production. This is a great way to use up those eggs. My favorite meat to use in quiche is bacon. You could also use chicken or lunch meat. […]Read more »
by Melissa Caughey of Tilly’s Nest Sometimes when you are a chicken keeper, you end up with an abundance of eggs. When this happens I usually turn to making quiche or fritattas. Fritattas are versatile and are a great way to combine many flavors. Fritattas are similar to quiche, except they have no crust. This […]Read more »
by Jennifer Sartell of Iron Oak Farm I remember when I was a kid we had one of those electric carving knives that my dad ordered from an infomercial. It was a serrated knife blade attached to a handle with a motor that moved the blade back and forth in a kind of violent vibration. […]Read more »
by Melissa Caughey of Tilly’s Nest Layers of Asian flavors in every bite. I love making a good hearty stir-fry for my family. It is a wonderful way to get your kids to eat their vegetables-especially when they are coated in a delicious sauce! I hope you enjoy my take on a Thai inspired stir […]Read more »