With World Egg Month upon us we wanted to give you one more reason to celebrate all things eggs!
Eggs are one of the most versatile and affordable proteins, so what better way to show them off than the ever so elegant quiche.
Don’t let its name and reputation scare you off. Quiches can be as easy as one, two, three - literally.
Step 1: Prep & mix your fillings.
When it comes to fried food, we don’t like to mess around.
While eggs may not be the first thing that comes to mind when you think of fried foods, in order to get that perfectly crispy outside, they’re a must have when it comes to DIY breading. So whether you’re making your Nona’s famous chicken parmesan, having a fish fry at the cottage or making Superbowl appetizers like Jalapeno Poppers, this cooking technique can help you take your fried food game to the next level.
So for a basic breading, you’ll need:
With summer in full swing we thought we’d offer up some of our favourite recipes to help beat the summer heat.
This Frozen Raspberry Mousse is like a fruity ice cream cake, and who doesn’t love ice cream cake?
Now that the school year is coming to a close, it’s time to start thinking of ideas to keep the kids busy this summer.
We have a great rainy day craft that is not only relevant to your kids, but will kick your own nostalgia into high gear. Try this Very Hungry Caterpillar egg carton craft.
What you need:
We all know summer to be the season of cookouts, campfires and bbqs, so keep this appetizer in the back of your mind for when company is coming.
This tortilla is an updated version of the classic Spanish style omelette. You can serve it as an appetizer or even as a light lunch on those hot summer days.
Take it to the next level with a spicy garlic mayo (recipe below)!
May 5th, also known as Cinco de Mayo, is upon us! Just in queso you don’t have any meal ideas, we thought we’d share some of our favourites!
Mother’s Day is coming up fast and we want to help make it easy for you to pamper your mom!
We’ve put together five of our favourite dishes that are sure to make your mother feel special!
If you've got some hard-cooked eggs leftover from Easter that haven't been left unrefrigerated for more than a few hours, you can turn them into some tasty devilled or pickled eggs pretty easily. Whether you prefer a classic devilled egg or one of the variations below, there is sure to be a devilled egg to suit your taste. As for pickled eggs, once you see how easy they are to make, you'll be opting to make your own instead of buying the expensive version at the grocery store.
Looking for ideas to make your egg decorating game stronger? We’ve come up with 10 easy ways to take your decorating skills to the next level.
Check out these easy tips that are just to dye for!
With spring just around the corner, it’s time to give your house a pop of colour that will bring in the new season.
Round up your little sprouts to craft these egg carton flowers to welcome spring back into your home!
What you’ll need:
For St. Patrick’s Day we want to help you not only spend some quality time with your kids, but also recycle something that (we hope!) everyone has at home.
We promise this will be an easy craft. All you need is:
March 2nd is Dr. Seuss’s birthday, and here at Egg Farmers of Ontario, we have the perfect recipe to celebrate!
Get your kids together and they can all help create a spinoff to the classic dinner they grew up reading about. Make a night of it and finish dinner off with a family reading of the inspirational Green Eggs & Ham.