This Ultimate Egg Guide for National and World Egg Day has hundreds of recipes, every way to make an egg, benefits, tips and even chicken information!
Eggs are worth celebrating! This Ultimate Egg Guide for National and World Egg Day has everything you need to do so!
Eggs are one of the most versatile foods. They are eaten for breakfast, lunch dinner and anywhere between! They are eaten as a savory meal and as an important part of desserts.
I have even included links so you can make a study on them with the kids!
There are also links about chicken keeping if you would like to explore having your own eggs at home. Nothing beats having pets that make breakfast! That list is not exhaustive by any means but it is a good start and would take you to websites where you can learn more if you wish.
You can follow my Egg Recipes Pinterest Board for dozens of ideas from all around the web! I am constantly finding new things to add so there will be new things all the time! You will never run out of egg recipes!
When is National Egg Day and World Egg Day?
National Egg Day is June 3rd.
World Egg Day is the second Friday in October.
In 2022, World Egg Day will be October 14th.
In 2023, World Egg Day will be October 13th.
In 2024, World Egg Day will be October 11th.
How we Organized the Post
Because of the sheer volume of information and recipes for eggs, I have gathered it into collections and organized it into these sections. That way you can go at each piece of information easily one at a time. Below we have:
Benefits and Nutrition Information
Fun—Crafts and Activities
Ways to Cook Eggs
Ways to Preserve Eggs
Chicken Keeping—When you would like to have Home Grown Eggs
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This not only explains how to cook eggs basic ways but the terms over easy, over medium, over hard, etc.
Since the very best egg recipes are gathered into these recipe collections and this post is far too big to add single recipes, I have added only collections of recipes. They are in easy to find grouping of like recipes.
Have you thought of having chickens? This article includes an interview with someone who has them and asks good questions that you may wonder. It also includes some laws for keeping them in the city where the author lives and that would be common in some other areas for guidelines.
Just for fun--when you see an egg carton that says "vegetarian fed" that is sad! Chickens are not vegetarians! Watch Daisy eat this snake and then go right back to eating her grass salad. I love how she dodges away from her sisters too; she is not sharing!
We only have supervised field trips because of predators so I want to be able to get them back into their pen when time is up. If you think cat herding is difficult, try chicken herding! But there is an easy way.
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