We are up to our ears in small duck eggs. The "babies" are laying now and they are very regular layers. We are at the stage, however, when their eggs are pretty small. When they reach full size we will begin supplying Jungle Jim's, but for now - our fridge is fast filling up! Typically … Continue reading Sale on Small Duck Eggs
A former co-worker of mine shared this picture with me with the message: "We love our eggs! Aggie ate the whole thing. Delicious!" You can see the double yolk stayed perfectly formed when the egg was hard boiled. We love feedback about our goods. Send me your pictures and I'll post them!
Whenever I find myself with a lot of eggs in the fridge, I make a dish of this divine bread pudding. Tonight is one of those nights. The recipe is adapted from one found in a cookbook all about eggs: Egg by Blanche Vaughan. Divine Bread Pudding Ingredients 10 slices of bread or 5 plain … Continue reading Divine Bread Pudding
Well we are home from our time away and buried under the effects of being gone a week. This is what a week away from the farm in early August looks like... I washed 1,213 eggs in the last two days. My husband asked me if I had nightmares about eggs last night. Wouldn't surprise … Continue reading What a week away from the farm looks like
One of those baby ducks we got back in April is laying already. That's just over three months old and laying eggs - impressive! The other day when I went to collect eggs, I saw a smaller egg on the ground tucked in next to a large Pekin egg. Initially I thought a chicken had … Continue reading A tiny duck egg