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Forget the packaged egg dye kits this year, and use items from the kitchen to color your Easter eggs! Try one of these simple recipes, or make up your own and see what colors you get!
When you crack open an egg you see the white, the yolk, and maybe some red
Fried eggs are a typical Sunday meal at my house. I think once or twice we’ve seen a tiny bit of blood in the yolk, but it didn’t bother us any. It was just part of the egg and we...
Paper-thin shells could mean a nutritional deficiency
Chicken eggs with thin shells are unattractive, and very susceptible to damage. Danny Thornton is a retired poultry instructor at Mississippi State University. He says a thin egg shell will be...
Experience the flavors of summer in this tasty dish!
Number of Servings: 8 | Prep: 30 min Bake: 22 min at 400° | Stand: 10 min 5 eggs 1/2 teaspoon salt 1/3 cup sliced green onions 3 tablespoons butter 1 tablespoon all-purpose...
Perfect for breakfast or brunch, this easy vegetable pancake recipe makes small egg nests in the center of each pancake.
Number of Servings: 4 | Prep: 30 min Cook: 8 min | Bake: 10 min to 12 min at 425° Nonstick cooking spray 1 medium zucchini, shredded (about 1-1/4 cups) 1 1/2 pounds baking...
Baked in individual dishes, this quiche is perfect for breakfast or brunch, but it's hearty enough to serve alongside a salad for dinner.
Number of Servings: 4 | Serving Size: 1 individual dish each Prep: 25 min | Bake: 25 min at 325° | Cool: 10 min Nonstick cooking spray 4 ounces uncooked turkey Italian sausage...
By following a few simple rules, you can safely enjoy delicious eggs from your hens!
Bob went out in a snowstorm to pull a calf last week and his tip from the grateful farmer was two dozen fresh eggs. It's been several years since we raised backyard hens, so these were a welcome...
Here is yet another creative meal inspired by Pinterest! If you aren't on this wonderful pinboard site, I recommend it! Take a look at the Living the Country Life Pinterest page and follow us...
Broken eggs in the hen house could mean your chickens are eating them
Interview source: Phil Clauer, Extension Poultry Specialist, Penn State University Listen here to the radio story mp3 Once a chicken...