The Girls have been busy!Do you sell them?
I'm guessing 17. Dozen that is. Tell me you didn't drop them? :)
Christine, Yes, this basket full all went to one family. :)
Jennifer, No, I didn't drop them--would have been scrambled eggs. :)Your guess is very close. :)
I think there are more eggs there than I have ever eaten.
Silver, I guess that would depend on how often you eat eggs, but there ARE a lot. I hardly had room in my fridge for anything, but eggs. :)
Well, I do eat eggs, but I'm not a huge fan. Of course, that wouldn't apply if I included things made with eggs, like cake, etc.
Silver, When you have an overabundance of eggs you can find all sorts of recipes that require them. I made some rolls that used six eggs. (You also start dreaming about eggs taking over your house.) :)
18 dozen?Wow, that's a lot of eggs. Did you start to sell them?Makes me want an omelette or a scrambled egg and bacon sandwich. yum. :)
Betsy, Yes they are selling again! Oh, you are SO close with your guess. :) I made omelettes the other night for supper--we used 15 eggs! lolWhat do you put in your omelettes? I used ham, and cheese and mushrooms. yummy!
I wish someone would make me a Hangtown Fry omelette someday. :(And I'm guessing nineteen dozen.
Oh, that sounds good. Usually it's ham and cheese. Sometimes I add green pepper and onions. If it's summer, a little shredded zucchini is good in them. Even salsa. ha.We aren't picky when it comes to omlettes.
I'm guessing 20 dozen. You have to let us know....
Karen,I'll let you know by the end of the day--no one has guessed the exact amount yet. :)
I wish our chickens would be laying like that! But then, there are only six laying right now, and we get 5 or 6 eggs a day, so I guess that's as good as you can expect.
Emma, I know the feeling--it's not nice to need eggs and not have them. Unfortunately, it's almost as unpleasant to have LOTS of eggs, and not be able to sell them. We have a new customer that I'm hoping will take quite a few each week. :)
Rebecca ~ you need a local restaurant to buy them!OK...how about 16 dozen? Can I guess twice? ha.
Betsy, Sure you can guess more than once! You were right---it was 16 dozen eggs, and they all went to one family. I wonder how many children they have. :)
yay~ 16 dozen is a lot of eggs. I wonder what their plans are!
Really dear I think are a lot of eggs!!! (lol)In a week normaly we use 2 dozen about! not more! xxxgloria
Gloria, We don't eat all of them--we sell them. Our family goes through about 2 or 3 dozen at the most too! :)
Wow! Now I am hungry after reading all the comments. :-) Good advice.
Just thinking about how you said your fridge was so full of eggs there wasn't about room for anything else. Did you know if you never refrigerate eggs to start with they don't need to be refrigerated at all? I didn't realize that until we moved to NZ , and I went shopping for the first time.I looked all around for the eggs, and finally found them on the shelves by the baking stuff! I never had a problem with them not keeping well, but then eggs never lasted very long around our house. Emma would probably know better how long they keep without refrigeration. Just an idea:-)
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