We were camping over the Memorial Weekend with friends and they told us to bring eggs and our favorite ingredients for omelettes, we were going to make Omelettes In A Bag. What???? First time for everything, right? It was easy and phenomenal! It’s early enough in the season that you can give this a shot, I guarantee you’ll be doing it more than once, I know we will!
I recently started "baking" my bacon, instead of frying it. It's not as messy, suppose to be healthier and gives me 15 minutes to get the rest of the meal prepared. I have never tried baking my eggs in their shell, until now. Here's my results.
We've been talking about the health benefits of olive oil and the reason why Rustic Olive's olive oil and balsamic vinegar stands out above the rest with flavor and freshness. With Easter this weekend people are looking for eggs, to color and to eat. Did you know you can get farm fresh eggs at the Rustic Olive too?
It's been a long time coming, with a lot of support from several Northland communities. You began to hear more and more about a local company called "Locally Laid" around the Super Bowl because they were vying to win a free TV commercial during the most watched sporting event in the nation. They didn't come in first place, but second place is nothing to cluck at either!
I have a friend who has a chicken coop just outside of town. Recently, their family took a vacation and he asked me to look after his chickens. The tradeoff was I got to keep all the eggs that were laid while they were gone. I had never had a farm fresh egg before, and I immediately noticed a difference in taste. But would others? I did a little experiment.
The race is heating up among four finalists to win a Super Bowl commercial in Intuit’s Small Business Big Game contest, and Wrenshall's Locally Laid Eggs continuing their push with a little help from the Duluth Police Department.
As reported a couple weeks ago, Wrenshall, MN based sustainable egg farm Locally Laid is in a heated competition to win a TV commercial in this winter's Super Bowl. The egg farm has cleared another hurdle, and is now in the final four competitors for the coveted prize.
I recently started "baking" my bacon, instead of frying it. It's not as messy, suppose to be healthier and gives me 15 minutes to get the rest of the meal prepared. I have never tried baking my eggs in their shell, but this Easter instead of hard boiled, I'm going to try this easy, guaranteed way to make a hard egg for coloring. Have you tried it?
Hope she wasn’t planning to make meringue. Charlotte Matthews, a cake decorator from Rochdale, England beat the odds this past Sunday when she cracked open 29 double-yolk eggs in a row. According to PoultryHelp.com, these unusual eggs result when “ovulation occurs too rapidly or when one yolk somehow gets ‘lost’ and is joined by the next yolk.” The chance of even finding one is estimated at one in