I’m celebrating Dr. Seuss’ birthday — it’s tomorrow — with a rhyme and a how-to! “He can even sizzle sizzle. He can do that, too, like an egg in a frying pan. How about you?” …from Mr. Brown Can Moo! Can You? by Dr. Seuss If it’s breakfast food you’re looking for, Kiss cereal goodbye. → Hungry for more?
May is National Egg Month. Check back each day this week for egg tips and recipes. What’s the difference between brown and white eggs? The color of the shell. Color is determined by the color of the hen’s feathers and ear lobes. Hens with white feathers and lobes lay white eggs and those with red → Hungry for more?
Perfectly hard-cooked eggs on the left. Telltale green ring resulting from overcooking on the right. According to the American Egg Board (and who would know better, right?) boiled eggs should be called “hard cooked eggs” because boiling makes them tough, rubbery and can make the yolks turn green. For me, boiling eggs meant boiling them → Hungry for more?