I’m sure there are storebought eggs that look like this – just none that I ever get. These are the eggs from the Mennonite farmer.
He’s only getting 2-1/2 dozen eggs per week and he has a pretty large family so I have to call ahead and have him save me 5 dozen. This time we were only able to get 4 dozen. Hurry up spring!!
That photo has no editing. That’s exactly what the eggs look like. This is what the eggs looked like when we had chickens. A few times we’ve purchased storebought eggs and when I crack them and see that pale yolk, I can’t eat it. I just can’t. I can cook with those but I can’t have them for breakfast.
Whatever day it was that my foot was hurting the most, I wanted biscuits with flaky layers and knew I couldn’t stand on my foot long enough to make biscuits so this morning I made biscuits. Vince loves grits so we had grits, eggs, bacon and biscuits. Vince likes his eggs scrambled. Most of the time I prefer mine fried. Oscar and Rita get the whites. I eat only the yolks.
A reader asked about the cost of eggs at our Walmart. According to the app, here are our local prices:
Marketside Large Cage Free – $4.93/dozen
Great Value Large White Eggs – $5.22/dozen
Eggland’s Best Farm Fresh Cage Free Large Brown – $5.48/dozen