26 May 2015 - 14:38, by , in Recipes, No comments
Long considered a bregg-fast staple and occasionally thrown into the mix for supper a la “bregg-fast for dinner,” eggs are actually quite versatile when it comes to lunch as well. We’re not talkin’ about your run-of-the-mill hard-boiled egg, either. Don’t get us wrong—there’s a lot that’s right about our tried-and-true hard-boiled friend: he’s easy to...
21 May 2015 - 10:31, by , in News, No comments
Buying eggs is no yolk; the choices are seemingly limitless. Cage free, organic, vegetarian fed, brown, free range: how’s a consumer to choose? As more documentaries spew horror stories about the living conditions of America’s farm animals, perhaps consumers should consider purchasing their eggs from a cage free egg producer.
11 May 2015 - 16:02, by , in Organic Eggs, No comments
It’s no crack up: When it comes to buying eggs, all of the information swirling around can leave consumers feeling eggs-tremely scrambled.  Free range? Organic? Brown? Vegetarian fed? Fortunately, the USDA has a stringent organic egg certification process. If shoppers are in the market for organic eggs, they can rest assured that the following steps...
4 May 2015 - 15:53, by , in News, Organic Eggs, No comments
Egg white, egg yolk, egg shell… one of these things is not like the other. When we prepare and eat organic eggs, the shells are generally overlooked as they are not edible. According to, Americans alone will throw out 150,000 tons of eggshells every year. But just because we usually trash them does not...
29 April 2015 - 10:23, by , in Recipes, No comments
Getting that eggs-act temperature for your eggs can be a hard-boiled task. When a recipe calls for room temperature eggs, you do not always have the time to let the eggs sit overnight and acclimate. But throwing them into the microwave to warm them is not the answer either. So how is it possible to...
20 April 2015 - 14:39, by , in Organic Eggs, No comments
Though buying a new carton of eggs can be egg-citing, they can be dangerous if they are not fresh. Eggs, like most other foods, are perishable and if not properly maintained, can grow dangerous bacteria that can lead to food poisoning or salmonella. Fortunately, there are a few things you can do to make sure...
16 April 2015 - 14:38, by , in News, No comments
It may sound like a joke, but when 200 hens go missing from a Northern California farm just before Easter, it is serious business. What’s even worse: the stolen hens were a specific variety of hen called Easter Eggers that lay multicolored eggs. These pastel-colored eggs are very popular around Easter, which results in over...
7 April 2015 - 11:25, by , in News, No comments
Bacon and eggs complement each other perfectly, right? Which is why the American Egg Board recently announced that actor Kevin Bacon is the new face of our favorite source of protein. Hopefully with his help, we can encourage more people to make eggs a regular part of their meals!
31 March 2015 - 16:35, by , in Recipes, No comments
No, they are not eggs with horns. They aren’t red either! So then what is a deviled egg, and how did it get that name? We have the answer, and a heavenly recipe to boot!
26 March 2015 - 11:54, by , in Organic Eggs, No comments
Summer is right around the corner! Looking for some help achieving that summer body? The answer might be in a simple breakfast food: eggs. Eggs sometimes receive a bad reputation for being high in cholesterol, but this does not negate the other health benefits.