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Planning for Success with our New Meal Planner

What are your goals this new year?

Something to do with eating better or exercising more? Yeah, us too.

The New Year is a fresh start that gives everyone chance to change old habits or start doing those “someday” activities.

As part of Egg Farmers of Ontario’s fresh start, we’ve been updating our website. New recipes, new features and a new look, all to help make your egg-sperience better!


Snow Day Alert! Try this Egg Carton Christmas Craft

With the holidays just around the corner, entertaining kids can be a chore.

We’ve come up with a clever craft that will keep the kids busy and can be done with just a few materials, all of which can be found around the house!

Check out the instructions below for how to make these fun (and easy) egg carton Christmas crafts!


Food Network stars are here to help!

Whether you like it or not, Christmas is coming. The season of holiday parties, family dinners, cookie exchanges and eating until you sleep, only to wake up to eat some more.

Chances are over the next few weeks, you will do some sort of cooking or baking, and we want to help you out. We've got some tips from the pros on how to best deal with your eggs whether you're frying, baking, poaching or whatever!

Farmhouse Frittata

Whether you enjoy this veggie packed frittata for breakfast, brunch or dinner, it is sure to satisfy. For a meal on the go, pack a wedge into a whole wheat pita lined with Ontario lettuce and drizzle with salsa.
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Eggs 101: Back to the basics

Eggs are a staple food in many households across Canada, but do you really know what the writing on the carton means?

We’re going to take it back to basics and explain some of the labels on an egg carton. These labels appear on all cartons that can be bought in grocery stores, but what do they all mean?

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