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Sixty Eggs, Zero Mistake; There is Hope

Tuesday, September 08, 2015

Did I feel like cooking? Certainly not. But it's already two days late as I should have cooked them on Sunday. These eggs are from the farmer's market and they are best cooked the same day or the next day at the latest. Otherwise, I might as well throw them out. Once I get going with the cooking however, it isn't so bad as the momentum takes care of itself. It took an hour. I used duck fat which has wonderful aroma. Once you've cooked with duck fat, you'll be totally spoiled. I also noticed that the eggs are fertile. I was pleased that the farmers got roosters in his flock.

I didn't break a single yolk with the 60 eggs. So there is hope with my cooking skill after all. emoticon

P.S. I freeze these and have eggs for 30 days at the rate of 2 per day. Thanks.

My Setup: Dual stove

Covered with 2 12x12 1/4" thick (3/8 would be better), aluminum sheets bought from ebay. Otherwise, the griddle gets too hot and the eggs will brown. This is the secret.

I bought the griddle from Amazaon
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    1164 days ago
    YUM! So my little Chef (son) was wondering what the dimensions of your "fry pan" are! Wow- no broken yolks? You ARE a Pro!

    1164 days ago
    Awesome idea!
    1165 days ago
    My mother used to put one egg in each of the partitions of an ice cube tray, break the yoke and stir just a bit, freeze, then pop them out and store in a plastic bag in the freezer. She used them for recipes. emoticon emoticon emoticon
    1165 days ago
  • BETRHO48
    emoticon After you cooked them, what did you do with 60 cooked eggs? Can you refrigerate or freeze them? So sorry I don't know, but I don't think I've known anyone who has ever had 60 eggs at one time, let alone, cooked all of them all at once. LOL
    1165 days ago
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