Hey Bobby! You got nothing on the Feeder! I’m doing my own Throwdown! Could be called an egg-off but not quite the glam power. Many of you (thank you!) have asked about the comparison between the turkey and chicken egg. So I decided to settle it once and for all. Okay team Turkey in spotted uniforms on the left and blue and brown uniformed players from the chicken side on the right.
Ready team Turkey? set, cook! Listen to those cheers!
after cracking a tougher than "normal" shell, it reveals anice color, firm and big!!
After a brisk whisking (with a bit of heavy cream added) onto the heat
Getting it together
Big soft curds onto the plate for the judges
Okay Team Chicken, you're up!
Note the variation in color of the two player's yolks
Same treatment (in a clean pan so no cross contamination)
Plated and all And lined up for the illustrious judges (MFO and the Feeder)
So, what’s the verdict??
Well, the judges thought that team turkey's entry was a little more “creamier” than the competitors, but couldn’t compete on the color comparison, plus the flavor was a bit more forward. So, the chickens carried the day! Just as well, harder to come by the gobbler variety. Wish I could get some Duck Eggs!
Beauty in the ‘Hood
Gathered ourselves together and took a little ride around “the Farms” to enjoy the spring’s offering of the trees..still a bit early for redbuds and dogwoods so mostly Pears with maybe the odd Cherry
There’s just something classic about lanes and gates, especially closed… what’s back there? where does it lead?
And it’s always a pleasure to see trees that have the room to express themselves
Even up close, they’re pretty
For some reason it’s a banner year for Forsythia
Other people were out for a stroll
Sometimes you have to look close to see more beauty
Even after they treat us on the tree, they can make a nice monochromatic mosaic on the ground
Well, this may close out the egg-a-thon, time to move on to other culinary mysteries like:
“Where’s the Beef?”
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