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Old 04-30-2004, 10:49 PM   #15
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I'm glad you said something, John. Leave the eggs in the cardboard or styrofoam container they came in! Put it on the shelf and they'll stay intact just like they do in shipping.

The egg holder in a refrigerator door is the worst place you can keep eggs, especially not in an insulated container. They heat up quickly every time the door is held open, and the door isn't as cold as it in the rest of the 'frig.
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Old 04-30-2004, 11:00 PM   #16
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To prevent eggs from breaking:
1. use a pin to poke a small hole in the large end of the egg.
2. let eggs come to room temperature
3. placed eggs in a saucepan and cover with cool water
4. boil for 15 minutes
5. cool and refrigerate
6. transfer to Airstream.
Using this procedure, you eggs may crack, but they will not make a mess in the bottom of your refrigerator.
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Old 04-30-2004, 11:51 PM   #17
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How are you supposed to sop up the runny yoke with bisquits, or mix it in your grits, if you do it that way?
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eggzactly

the egg suit case was designed to hold metric eggs....if you have SAE eggs, they will not fit......
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We only eat scrambled when camping, or fresh from the store once we get there. Crack them into a container...store them upright in a water bottle type container.

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Old 05-01-2004, 09:16 AM   #20
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can you tell which one is the woman?
Yes, Chuck, it is quite obvious which one is the woman! She is the one quietly sitting there waiting patiently for her significant other to stop talking so she can get a word in edgewise.

Oh, yeah, and she's trying to look interested too!
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How are you supposed to sop up the runny yoke with bisquits, or mix it in your grits, if you do it that way?
Maurice,
For grits, you mix the yolks with some maple syrup
For biscuits, you could . . . . .

Oh what the heck, nothing can replace biscuits with lots of runny egg yolk.
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Old 05-01-2004, 10:53 AM   #23
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Yep, bisquits are only one of many reasons we have to have to have a gas oven for boondocking!
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Geez... Tin Hut... I dunno what the big deal is...

Whenver we get to our campsite, we just go foraging and steal our chickens locally like everyone else does! Why in the world would you EVER want to try to bring your own so's someone else can steal 'em when your out shopliftin' your beer? There's always some farmhouse nearby what's gots a few hens in the yard, and they never miss one or two of 'em. Us'ns eats the eggs in the mornings, and then the last night 'fore we leave, we have us a fine fried chicken dinner!

Onest in a while we even finds ourselves a calf or a pig us'ns can helps ourselves to! Yeeeeeeha!

Yessssireeee Bob... they's don' call us white trailer trash fo' nuthin'!

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I love, love LOVE chickens. They're so beautiful and so versatile. This site just knocks me out (they're in Iowa, though it doesn't say that on the site anywhere):

http://www.mcmurrayhatchery.com/index.html

I'm not rural enough to have any chickens yet, but it better happen soon, since I've been accumulating all the accoutrements for farm life ... got the paint pony waiting Downstate to be broke (or "gentled," as some like to say) ... the beehives ... lots of handmade rocking chairs ... and Airstreams for living quarters...
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Come by and pick up some of my free range eggs. I put out a lot of oyster shell grit for my hens, so the eggs have really hard shells (calcium). Besides everyone raves about how good they taste and how orange the yolk is. And it is of course- spring time glut! the mama hen hatched out only one live baby, hopped out and the other five little cold half-out babies died. Boo,( but we really don't need any more chickens.) However I will not give you any of my hens to cage! Are you checking for poisoned air -like the guys in Iraq? Chickens didn't like the heat (ie. died) so they changed to pigeons. Sliver suz My eggs are too big for the cardboard cartons , people collect for us, but tough enough shell to take the punishment. (maybe those little chicks died from exhaustion of pecking throught their shells?)
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Bouncing Eggs

For whole fresh egg storage while travelling...> [U]'cushioning[/U]' is the answer. How about this?
Leave them in the original carton...made that way for a reason...but---
set them on about an inch of flour in a flat pan on the frig shelf. That'll cushion them.
For scrambled eggs...make up your own 'egg-beaters'... (like a previous post stated)...

& on another note:
Yes, Chuck, it is quite obvious which one is the woman! She is the one quietly sitting there waiting patiently for her significant other to stop talking so she can get a word in edgewise.

Oh, yeah, and she's trying to look interested too!

I so totally agree...men talk constantly---about silly things... Actually men are very good at saying we do the very things THEY do...heh heh!
At least we can talk on a myriad of subjects!!!
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