Forgive me for coming out of my shell a little bit, but I’ve been hatching the idea for this post for awhile now, and I thought it was time to give it a crack.
But seriously, yolks, I do believe what I have to say is pertinent and helpful content, and I promise to set all (okay most) puns aside.
I would like to take a moment to discuss eggs. Ok, I guess there won’t be much “discussion,” since I’m writing and you’re reading, but I digress. Let’s examine “The Incredible, Edible Egg:”
EGGS ARE AMAZING
Eggs are one of nature’s perfect proteins. They are compact, have a relatively long refrigerated life, and are amazingly versatile. When something like that comes in with a ten-cent-per-egg pricetag, it’s worth looking at them outside the box (carton).
We all know eggs as wonderful breakfast foods. We scramble them, fry them, poach them, bake them, sandwich them, and more, and we pair them with bacon and toast and call it breakfast. But what if eggs weren’t just for breakfast? What if you were looking for a budget-friendly, kid-friendly dinner that was easy to prepare? Would you look right past the eggs in the store? Probably.
But, thankfully, you won’t do that anymore. You will bookmark this genius blog post, that is chock-a-block full of eggy dinners, and you will start to include eggs for dinner on a weekly basis. Won’t you?