There are a few tricks to amazing deviled eggs. If you follow some basic guidelines, it’s hard to go wrong.
So, you’ve got great eggs, but you can’t figure out how to peel them after you’ve boiled them without pulling off huge chunks of the white. Here’s the answer.
If you’ve never tried homemade mayonnaise, you should. Even if you don’t think you like mayonnaise, please try REAL mayonnaise.
Homemade mayonnaise is much smoother, creamier, and fresher tasting than the congealed mystery substance that comes from the store. It is also made with much more natural ingredients than most people imagine.
Every now and then a story comes up about sickness from and recalls of eggs because of salmonella contamination. Salmonella is a serious issue, but one that can be easily managed or prevented in the home flock.
We have 13 hens at the moment, 7 that appear to be laying, 3 that are old enough to lay but don’t appear to be, and 3 that should begin laying by October. Our judgement of the number that appear to be laying is supported by the fact that the highest production for a day yielded seven eggs.
This brings about the question of how to determine which ones are laying.