I wanted to let you all know that next week, starting Monday, I will be doing a series on eggs. I will be discussing the health benefits of this incredible food, and highlighting it with some of my favorite egg recipes. I am very excited about what I have learned as I have researched this topic. They really are an incredible food! I also have some great recipes to share with you, so don’t miss out and join me on Monday!
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We are just starting a layer flock, so I am looking forward to your new series. 😀
Did I tell you that Michael drew up plans for a chicken coop? 🙂
I am jealous of you guys! 🙂 Best of luck with those chicken’s.
I have a question you might address.
I hard-boiled and 18 pack of beautiful eggs, and put them in the fridge overnight. They froze on the top shelf. I was very disappointed, as I was planning on making a platter of deviled eggs for my family to munch.
Are they still good for anything if I thaw them?
Momma of Many,
I haven’t personally experienced this, but my understanding is that they will be safe to eat (obviously), but the texture will be different. You could try chopping them up in little pieces and making an egg salad sandwich, if the deviled eggs don’t work out. 🙂