Everything Eggs » Egg Books/Cookbooks

By: Everything Eggs  09-12-2011
Keywords: Recipes, Eggs

Note: This contest is now closed.

I’m giving away two copies of ”Grade A” Family Favourites. This cookbook is a collection of favourite egg recipes from Ontario egg and pullet farmers. (Pullet farmers raise the young hens who become egg-laying hens!)

Along with recipes from our farmers (folks who know a lot about eggs!), “Grade A” Family Favourites also contains a picture and a paragraph or two about each farm family.

Seems these days lots of us want to know more about where our food comes from, and who are the people producing it. This cookbook is a wonderful way to learn about the farmers who provide eggs for us at grocery stores and farmer’s markets in Ontario, and how they like to eat the very food they produce.

Recipes in the cookbook range from appetizers to desserts. In addition to the recipes, there are cooking tips and other helpful information about eggs sprinkled throughout.

There are many great recipes in “Grade A” Family Favourites. Here’s a seasonal one that uses asparagus. It’s from the Secours family in Bainsville.


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