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Baking Soda For Easy Peel Hard Boiled Eggs?

Fresh Collected Eggs For Water Glass

I’m always on the prowl for an easy to peel method for hard-boiled eggs using freshly laid eggs. I maintain that perfect and easy to peel hard-boiled eggs result from using old eggs and never fresh ones. If I know ahead of time that I’ll need hard-boiled eggs, I allow washed, freshly laid eggs to…

Rice Pudding

Rice Pudding

An American ClassicRice pudding is a favorite around here. My husband likes it for breakfast and I like it anytime. It’s a fantastic way to use up leftover rice. There are many different variations of rice pudding found around the world. The recipe below is classic American Farmhouse cuisine. Rice Pudding Heaping ⅓ Cup of…

How To Preserve Eggs With Water Glass

Eggs In Water Glass

Did you know that are a few different old-time ways to preserve fresh eggs for many months without electricity? It’s true. Freshly laid eggs have been successfully preserved by being kept in a “water glass” solution, in a lime water solution, by being coated with mineral oil, Vaseline or paraffin wax, and by being buried…

How Long Can A Fresh Laid Egg Sit Out In Summer Weather?

Spring Eggs

Hi Granny- I realize that you might not be able to get to this question for quite a while, but that’s okay. I’ll wait. I was wondering how long a fresh laid egg can sit out in summer weather before being refrigerated and still be okay to eat. I’m chicken-sitting and there was a day…