Hope springs…for breakfast!

Truthfully, it was dinner, but looked a lot like breakfast. No food in the house since we just returned home, so the CE decided to rely on Hope’s provision for us. Dave saved all the eggs she laid while we were gone – I think there are six or seven of them. The CE fried up four:

Why does it continually surprise me that they look just like "store-bought"?

The shells seemed a bit harder to crack than those we buy at the store

Is it just me, or are the whites a little whiter than I'm used to seeing?

The CE opted for "over easy" - he said they tasted "just like regular eggs, but better".

No, I didn’t taste them. Truthfully, I have issues with eggs and always have. They have to be very well disguised – omelet, egg salad, custard – whatever – but otherwise I’m a bit squeamish. A chickenkeeper who doesn’t eat eggs. Go figure…

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Empty nester searching for meaning of life through the occasional chicken epiphany.
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3 Responses to Hope springs…for breakfast!

  1. CE says:

    Yes, they really were tasty, so I am inspired to work in the chicken factory 10-15 hrs a week to have access to these little beauties….

  2. jess says:

    Is Hope still the only one laying?

  3. Katherine Gunther says:

    Those eggs are works of art!

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