Happiness is golden. A golden yolk, that is.
Eggs from hens that spend their days on pasture are naturally a deep golden color. Perhaps it’s from all that sunshine? Okay, that’s not the real answer, but it sounded pretty.
Why are our eggs brown?
Because they’re laid by brown chickens! Hens come in different colors, from white to brown to speckled charcoal gray and deep red. The eggs they lay are always close in hue to the color of their earlobes. We’ll wait over here for you to finish giggling at the thought of earlobes on a chicken.
Meet the goddesses of grub
The Grub Gals demonstrate the proper way to poach an egg, teach us not to fear a souffle and give deviled eggs a makeover. Read on for a bevy of signature recipes from these award-winning chefs.
Shopping in the egg aisle has never been more confusing. Cage-free, free range, organic, farm fresh: what do they all mean? Read on to find out.
Free range fun for everyone
Click on through for a generous serving of egg jokes and more. Download our Free Ranger app and roam around the virtual farm, or even make your own board game.