Keep the meringue safe and delicious on Banana Cream Pie Day
March 1, 2016

Happy Banana Cream Pie Day! March 2 marks Banana Cream Pie Day, so find a great recipe, mix it up and enjoy that delicious pie. The Incredible Egg showcases recipes like this banana cream pie featuring filling with four beaten egg yolks, or this bananas foster cheese pie. Food Network has new takes on the

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Can I still use cracked eggs?
February 23, 2016

You followed all the tips when selecting your eggs at the store, picking clean, uncracked eggs from refrigerated cases. But you hit a bump in the road and one or more of your eggs cracked on the way home. What should you do? If eggs crack, break them into a clean container, cover it tightly,

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Love eggs this Valentine’s Day
February 10, 2016

Making special plans or an indulgent meal for Valentine’s Day? Desserts and treats made with eggs can be an indulgent way to celebrate. What’s more synonymous with Valentine’s Day than kisses? These Meringue Kisses, in peppermint, chocolate or citrus flavors, from the Incredible Egg will satisfy your sweet tooth. Or share this buttercream frosting ,

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Celebrate Super Bowl Sunday with Eggs
February 3, 2016

This Sunday the Denver Broncos and Carolina Panthers will play in the Super Bowl and fans across the world will celebrate with parties, and especially, snacks. If you’re looking for ideas to impress your friends, try these egg dishes at the Incredible Egg. No football game is bigger than the Super Bowl, so why not

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What you need to know about egg products
January 27, 2016

Eggs provide great options for breakfasts or snacks, with many nutritional benefits, but it’s not always convenient to fix shell eggs.  In some cases liquid eggs, pre-made eggs or other egg products might be a good fit. Other times you may only need the egg white, but don’t want to separate the yolk from the egg

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The USDA Grade on Egg Cartons: What Does It Mean?
January 21, 2016

You may have noticed the USDA  grade shield on egg cartons. Have you ever wondered what this logo means? Grading of eggs is just one of the many steps that egg farmers take to ensure the safety and quality of eggs. The  USDA grade shield shows the eggs were graded for quality and checked for weight

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Eggs fresh from the farm
January 8, 2016

On U.S. farms, eggs are typically shipped from the farm within one week of being laid. Egg production is an efficient and well-regulated process, to ensure the eggs you purchase are fresh, wholesome and safe for consumption. After eggs are laid, they are washed and processed, generally being handled by machines instead of human hands

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