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Time to become an eggs-pert.

How to boil eggs perfectly every time

Avoid green yolks and hard-to-peel shells with this easy method for making perfect hard-boiled eggs every time.

Time to become a eggs-pert.

How to boil eggs perfectly every time

Avoid green yolks and hard-to-peel shells with this easy method for making perfect hard-boiled eggs every time.

Here's how to become the eggs-pert.

How to boil eggs perfectly every time

Avoid green yolks and hard-to-peel shells with this easy method for making perfect hard-boiled eggs every time.

Here's how to become an eggs-pert.

How to boil eggs perfectly every time

Avoid green yolks and hard-to-peel shells with this easy method for making perfect hard-boiled eggs every time.

An important life skill to have.

How to boil eggs perfectly every time

Avoid green yolks and hard-to-peel shells with this easy method for making perfect hard-boiled eggs every time.

Here's how to become a hard boiling eggs-pert!

How to boil eggs perfectly every time

Avoid green yolks and hard-to-peel shells with this easy method for making perfect hard-boiled eggs every time.

Eggs-cellent!

19 Things You Didn't Know About Eggs

Chicken eggs are one of the most commonly eaten foods on the planet, and also one of the most versatile. They can be fried, poached, hard boiled, deviled, coddled, shirred, or scrambled, and are incorporated, both cooked and raw, into thousands of recipes. They’re the glue that holds much of the food we eat together, from brownies to meatloaf, and on top of all that, they’re delicious and nutritious. But we bet that there are some things that you didn’t know about the incredibly versatile…

Can you guess which state is America's top egg-producing state?

19 Things You Didn't Know About Eggs

Chicken eggs are one of the most commonly eaten foods on the planet, and also one of the most versatile. They can be fried, poached, hard boiled, deviled, coddled, shirred, or scrambled, and are incorporated, both cooked and raw, into thousands of recipes. They’re the glue that holds much of the food we eat together, from brownies to meatloaf, and on top of all that, they’re delicious and nutritious. But we bet that there are some things that you didn’t know about the incredibly versatile…

This is eggs-xactly what you need to know.

19 Things You Didn't Know About Eggs

Chicken eggs are one of the most commonly eaten foods on the planet, and also one of the most versatile. They can be fried, poached, hard boiled, deviled, coddled, shirred, or scrambled, and are incorporated, both cooked and raw, into thousands of recipes. They’re the glue that holds much of the food we eat together, from brownies to meatloaf, and on top of all that, they’re delicious and nutritious. But we bet that there are some things that you didn’t know about the incredibly versatile…

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19 Things You Didn't Know About Eggs

Chicken eggs are one of the most commonly eaten foods on the planet, and also one of the most versatile. They can be fried, poached, hard boiled, deviled, coddled, shirred, or scrambled, and are incorporated, both cooked and raw, into thousands of recipes. They’re the glue that holds much of the food we eat together, from brownies to meatloaf, and on top of all that, they’re delicious and nutritious. But we bet that there are some things that you didn’t know about the incredibly versatile…

Eggs-cellent!

19 Things You Didn't Know About Eggs

Chicken eggs are one of the most commonly eaten foods on the planet, and also one of the most versatile. They can be fried, poached, hard boiled, deviled, coddled, shirred, or scrambled, and are incorporated, both cooked and raw, into thousands of recipes. They’re the glue that holds much of the food we eat together, from brownies to meatloaf, and on top of all that, they’re delicious and nutritious. But we bet that there are some things that you didn’t know about the incredibly versatile…

Happy #WorldEggDay!

16 Ways People Eat Eggs Around the World

Which came first, the domestication of fowl or human consumption of the egg? Humans have been eating eggs since ancient times, although the recipes we use have surely come a long way. Some scholars think domestication of fowl began around 6,000 B.C. in China. Ancient Romans ate peafowl eggs, while pigeon eggs were popular in China; the Phoenicians had ostrich eggs, and elsewhere people have consumed the eggs of gulls, pelicans, ducks, geese, turtles, and even alligators.

Celebrate World Egg Day a little early by seeing how the rest of the world does eggs.

16 Ways People Eat Eggs Around the World

Which came first, the domestication of fowl or human consumption of the egg? Humans have been eating eggs since ancient times, although the recipes we use have surely come a long way. Some scholars think domestication of fowl began around 6,000 B.C. in China. Ancient Romans ate peafowl eggs, while pigeon eggs were popular in China; the Phoenicians had ostrich eggs, and elsewhere people have consumed the eggs of gulls, pelicans, ducks, geese, turtles, and even alligators.

Eggs are generally thought of as breakfast fare, but we see no reason not to enjoy them during the rest of the day.

27 Egg Recipes That Make Great Dinners

Eggs are generally thought of as breakfast fare, but we see no reason not to enjoy them during the rest of the day.

Become an eggs-pert at this recipe, and your family will want it for every meal.

Here is the Ultimate Breakfast for Dinner Recipe

Why should breakfast dishes like protein-rich eggs, crisp bacon, and creamy grits be relegated to the early morning hours?

With help from tender asparagus stalks and dry Spanish chorizo, this recipe transforms the hurried breakfast staple of fried eggs into a well-rounded anytime meal. Cooking the eggs in hot chorizo fat gets the edges browned and lacy-crisp, just how we like 'em. Serve the dish with a smear of allioli, the Spanish cousin of aioli, infused with mild smoked paprika.

Sautéed Asparagus With Chorizo, Fried Eggs, and Smoked-Paprika Allioli Recipe

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With help from tender asparagus stalks and dry Spanish chorizo, this recipe transforms the hurried breakfast staple of fried eggs into a well-rounded anytime meal. Cooking the eggs in hot chorizo fat gets the edges browned and lacy-crisp, just how we like 'em. Serve the dish with a smear of allioli, the Spanish cousin of aioli, infused with mild smoked paprika.