Festive Brunch, Tomorrow’s Lunch?
March 29, 2018

Weekend brunch is a tradition in many families.  Leftovers can be the best part of a special meal. However, if not properly stored and reheated, all those wonderful dishes could pose a risk. To cut down on contracting a food-borne illness, keep the following tips in mind. Any food that has been left out for

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Celebrate Valentine’s Day with Meringue Kisses
February 9, 2018

Bake Peppermint Meringue Kisses for a romantic evening or a simple treat for the family! The Incredible Egg explains how to prepare 60 meringue kisses with 4 ingredients and 3 steps! Before you start, it is important to note that this recipe is best with fresh eggs. This makes it easier to separate the yolk

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Score Big With Super Snacks
January 31, 2018

On Sunday, February 4, the Philadelphia Eagles and the New England Patriots will play in the 2018 Super Bowl. Whether you are a football fan or just enjoy the half-time show, I think everyone can agree that the best part is the food! Before we get started, it is important to remember these egg safety

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Turkey, Stuffing and Eggs- A Thanksgiving Feast
November 17, 2017

When most people think about Thanksgiving dinner, the first things that come to mind are turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes and pumpkin pie. Eggs may not be top of mind, but they can be an unheralded but important part of a great Thanksgiving dinner. The American Egg Board has several recipes using eggs, including this one

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Celebrate World Egg Day on October 13!
October 9, 2017

Small but powerful, eggs are an international sensation. On World Egg Day Oct. 13, events around the globe will celebrate the nutritious goodness of eggs – and the families who produce them. Eggs play a vital role in feeding people around the world, in both developed and developing countries. Providing excellent hen care is a

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The Incredible Edible Tailgate
September 6, 2017

When most people think of tailgating they think of meat smoking on the grill or a pot of chili simmering, but with sporting events stretching earlier into the morning, fans are expanding their menus to breakfast options. College football games kick off as early 11 a.m. in some areas of the country, so fans wanting

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The Heat is On So Keep ‘Em Cool
June 21, 2017

No matter where you live, it’s probably pretty safe to say the so-called “dog days of summer” are here. This time of year brings a lot of questions to the Egg Safety Center regarding egg refrigeration and freshness since summer brings a lot of great things like picnics and camping. However, these outings can easily

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Happy National Egg Month!
May 9, 2017

May is here and it’s National Egg Month! Eggs are an excellent source of protein to help you stay full and energized throughout the day. Not only are eggs nutritious and affordable, they are also very easy to prepare in many different ways. Eggs can be boiled, fried or scrambled and used in a variety

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Enjoy Easter a Little Longer with Blown Out Colored Eggs
April 6, 2017

Originally posted on March 11, 2016. Blowing out eggs is a fun, safe alternative to hard-boiling. Dyed egg shells can be displayed for several days or even weeks. Plus, you can still use the eggs for cooking. You might consider making blown out eggs this Easter because of food safety. Hard-boiled eggs should not be

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Tips for safely handling, dyeing and eating Easter eggs
March 30, 2017

Whether your Easter plans include bunnies hopping down the trail, baskets, bonnets or candy, chances are eggs may have a role. Coloring, hiding and eventually eating Easter eggs has been a long-held tradition for many families. For the happiest of Easter memories, keep these safety tips in mind for handling and eating eggs, as the

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