‘Tis the Season to be Baking
December 19, 2013

Between holiday parties, hosting out-of-towners and office potlucks, we’re in the throes of baking season. To get you in the right mindset, here are the Egg Safety Center’s Top 10 Baking Tips: 1.Get all your ingredients out and in order before starting. Measure out the ingredients so you can “dump and go”, making the process

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This Thanksgiving: When Hard is Better than Easy
November 7, 2013

It’s an annual debate – which is more delicious, the Thanksgiving dinner or its leftovers? This year, take your leftovers to the next level with this recipe for Thanksgiving Leftovers Eggs Benedict. Think about tasty turkey and golden-brown stuffing cakes topped with poached eggs and cranberry sauce … yum!

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Celebrating World Egg Day Around the Globe
October 11, 2013

Happy World Egg Day! Since 1996, countries around the globe have celebrated World Egg Day each year on the second Friday in October.  World Egg Day was created by the International Egg Commission (IEC) to help raise awareness about the amazing benefits of eggs, and a central segment of our agriculture economy.

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Staying Safe During National Food Safety Month and Beyond
September 23, 2013

September is National Food Safety Month and there is no better way to participate than by keeping safe! National Food Safety Month (NFSM) was created by the restaurant industry in 1994 to increase awareness about the importance of food safety education. Each year, new training activities are created for the restaurant and foodservice industry to

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Labor Day Food Safety
August 30, 2013

Labor Day is infamous for families and friends sharing food and having fun in the sun. Whether barbecuing in the backyard or having an end-of-summer celebration at the beach, you should always practice careful food handling in order to keep yourself and others safe.

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Egg Safety Tips for Summer Fun Activities
June 10, 2013

Along with summer vacations and celebrations, come warm temperatures, which can enable bacteria growth on many types of foods, including eggs.  Whether you’re throwing a barbeque, going camping or having a picnic, you should always follow safe handling practices to avoid food-borne illness during your outdoor celebrations.  

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Safety tips for no-bake recipes
April 25, 2013

With spring well underway and the summer months approaching, many of us can hardly wait to try those easy, no-bake recipes that are floating around the food blogs and recipe websites. Many no-bake recipes call for eggs, and we are often asked if these recipes are safe.

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Spring is here: Egg safety tips to keep in mind during the Easter holiday
March 29, 2013

The Easter Bunny is headed back to help bring in the wonderful spring season! While beautiful sunshine, blooming flowers and Easter egg hunts are on the way, it’s important to remember food handling safety tips during this season. Keep these tips in mind while dyeing, hiding, hunting and eating Easter eggs or any other types

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White House Easter Egg Roll
March 15, 2013

Easter is a wonderful time of year for everyone who loves eggs, including the First family! The White House Easter Egg Roll is a tradition that dates back to 1878. Originally, young children in Washington, DC, would flock to Capitol Hill every Monday after Easter for egg rolling and a day of activities. It wasn’t

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On the Menu: Labeling Reminds Consumers of Potential Foodborne Illness
March 6, 2013

One of my favorite breakfast restaurants is J. Christopher’s. If you haven’t been to one, you have to go! My plate of choice is their Eggs Christopher: two poached eggs, smoked turkey, bacon and sliced tomato on top of an English muffin with Hollandaise sauce. YUM!!! While searching the menu of your favorite breakfast restaurant

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