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Monday, June 3, 2013

National Egg Day

That's right. It is an egg-cellent morning with low humidity and sunshine. Do I crack you up? I read that somewhere last week.

This morning, breakfast was two scrambled eggs, two pieces of bacon, milk and orange juice.



Four more eggs went into the freezer, two in each little Ball canning/freezing jar.

Other than feeding the hens, that is it for National Egg Day.

Your turn
How are you celebrating National Egg Day?

8 comments:

  1. I'm celebrating by throwing eggs at random cars. hahahahahahahahaha ha

    Love,
    Janie

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    1. Janie,
      I could have donated a dozen verrrry old eggs. I almost choked to death, laughing at your comment.

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  2. There's a day for eggs? I could have made eggs for supper and got away with it? I missed it. Drat.

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    1. Sue,
      You can have a day to catch up and say you never miss a national celebration. Boiled Egg Day is coming up.

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  3. Just found your blog and have been reading.... :) We are at this time of the year getting a lot of eggs! I did not know eggs could be frozen for later is there something you add to them before freezing or just stir and freeze?

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    1. Country life,
      Hi, welcome! Instructions I read online said to add sugar or salt. I add nothing. I use a beater and pour them into the jars. Since I am picky, I do strain the eggs after beating and before putting into jars. Now, stirring is just fine, just not the way I scramble eggs.

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    2. Thanks I will try this tomorrow :)

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