Look What the Geese Dragged In

June 29, 2008 at 10:27 am 2 comments

My husband found these a few days after the geese arrived as he was putting in the flock. (I guess it’s more impressive informative if you can see the comparison with a chicken egg.)

My husband made a frittata with just one of these lovelies this week. Fed the both of us. I read they’re the equivalent of three or four chicken eggs. And when I went to make cupcakes for the boys birthday party (from a box, sorry) and the directions called for three eggs…. I figured, why not? They baked up fine and were gobbled up. I’m sure the chocolate frosting and sprinkles were also well received.

If this is the pace that they’re laying, we’ll be getting 3 or 4 a week. What kind of recipes call for that many eggs besides omelettes and the like? Challah, brioche, cheesecake…. mmmm.


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  • 1. Jacquie  |  June 29, 2008 at 6:43 pm

    That is one BIG egg. Pretty economical though!

  • 2. askmeilltellyou  |  July 26, 2008 at 2:01 pm

    Angel food cake, frozen custard (ice cream), quiche…

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