TRIVIA: National Egg Month

May is National Egg Month, a time for some consciousness-raising. We look for Certified Humane eggs and don’t mind paying the premium for them. You’ve no doubt heard the horror stories of mass egg production. We buy from Pete and Gerry’s whenever we can: eggs produced on small family farms with a commitment to the…
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RECIPE: Poached Egg With Lentils & Arugula

A delicious trio of tastes: poached eggs, lentils and arugula. Photo courtesy CulinaryChronicles.com.   We love to discover new food blogs and introduce our readers to their bounty. Today, we’d like to present a recipe from Nam of Culinary Chronicles. We encourage you to visit her blog for more. Nam used Safest Choice pasteurized eggs…
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FOOD FUN: Egg-spressions

May is National Egg Month. How many of these egg-spressions do you use? This content was developed by Dictionary.com, one of our favorite resources for words and word fun. Egghead This term entered English as a reference to a bald person. But it gained traction in the 1952 presidential campaign as a pejorative term for…
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FOOD HOLIDAY: National Egg Month

It’s the last day of National Egg Month. So: Enjoy an omelet for breakfast or lunch. Or how about Portabella Eggs Benedict: The portabella substitutes for the English muffin. No bread, no carbs. Make the perfect hard-boiled egg. Check out all the different types of eggs in our Egg Glossary. It’s egg-citing! Learn your egg…
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