My chickens haven’t slowed down with their laying. Now that it’s gotten really cold, they may but Friday I was begging people to take eggs! Found homes for 4 dozen of them but we hardly used any eggs this weekend. Maybe it’s time to make creme brulee! 🙂
Check out the latest recipe on Pioneer Woman – it is a breakfast casserole that uses 16 eggs, as well as hash brown potatoes, sausage and cheese! Of course, there is some spinach, so it’s healthy, right?
Don’t bread pudding – you can use up your leftover bread and your eggs!
I love seeing all those eggs. It makes the thought of keeping chickens even better.
I see the Easteregg layers aren’t doing as well as your Red Stars.
Thanks for the chicken update.
This title came up on my blog list and I said to myself that this entry must be about Judy’s chickens and sure enough.
I wish I lived closed enough…
Oh, gosh….creme brulee??? I’ll be down there to have some of it. (Don’t I wish??)
Sue Lord says
You have some busy little girls!
Erin D says
Four dozen! Holy wow! Custards and omelets and quiches, oh my!
Kelly Ann says
if only you could mail eggs…even though I live in the country it’s so hard to find fresh eggs…and I need eggs for my Christmas Pound Cakes….
Yum, cream brulee!
Karen Langseth says
I see alot of angel food and sponge cakes in your future…..the only way to make those homemade is with fresh eggs. Enjoy the fresh eggs……I will admit I miss having them (my fresh egg guy got rid of his chickens three years ago)!!!!!!!
Cynthia H., El Cerrito, CA says
(small, hesitant voice…)
I don’t know why Vince was in the hospital, but…did the doctor say he could continue eating as usual? If so, bring it on!!! 🙂 If not, maybe separate the yolks and whites for custards and meringues, respectively?
We have nine hens- my poodles love scrambled eggs with their kibble! 🙂
Wow, the girls have been busy! I see lots and lots of baking in your future….enjoy!
Dorothy S says
With my Christmas baking starting, I sure wish I had your supply of eggs!!