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Back to School!

It’s August already and whether we’re ready or not, school is back in session. As sad as it is to see summer ending, the beginning of the school year is an exciting time for students, teachers, and parents. Preparing for the school year is overwhelming – Shopping for new clothes, shoes, and an assortment of…

Happy National Picnic Month

Among other things, July is National Picnic Month. The warm North Carolina weather in the summer gives us a good reason to celebrate the being outdoors with family and friends and our favorite to celebrate is by having a picnic. Traditional foods: Hot dogs, hamburgers, BBQ, sandwiches, slaw, potato salad, fruit, brownies, and of course,…

Top 5 Summer Destinations with the NC Egg Association

It’s officially summer time and we have drafted our top 5 summer spots to visit in North Carolina. Weather you’re looking for a fun family vacation, a romantic getaway with your loved one, or a trip to take with your friends, we have got the scoop on all of the “coolest” places in North Carolina….

On the Farm – at Marbles Kids Museum

‘On the Farm’ Exhibit to Open at Marbles Kids Museum and Meet the Egg Lady! Grand opening celebration on June 1   Raleigh, N.C. –(May 30, 2013)—Visitors to Marbles Kids Museum can play ‘On the Farm’ when the museum opens its newest exhibit June 1.  The new ‘On the Farm’ exhibit at Marbles is a…

Where do you store your eggs?

Where do you store your eggs? Do you put them in the same spot every time you come home from the store? Or do you tend to squeeze them in any space you may find? Do you take your eggs out of the carton and place them in a Tupperware container or ceramic egg holder?…

The Egg Lady was an Egg-celent Speaker

Last week, the Egg Lady had the pleasure of speaking to the Cary Chamber Business Women’s group.  The event was all about “egg-ducating” the women of Cary on the health and financial benefits of eggs.  With 13 essential vitamins, 70 calories, and containing the highest quality protein you can buy, eggs are considered to be…

Cinco de Mayo: History and Recipes

Over the years, the celebrations of Cinco de Mayo have become a tradition in the United States by celebrating Mexican culture.  Celebrations include: learning the significance of Cinco de Mayo, hanging Mexican-themed decorations, listening to Mexican music, and our favorite, indulging in Mexican cuisine. We encourage you to put on a sombrero, whip up a…

Egg Salad Week – How To

Egg Salad week is observed as the first week, beginning Monday, after Easter. Eggs are used in several Easter and Passover traditions to represent new life. Between 1 and 5 dozen eggs are hard-boiled each year for dying and hunting during the Easter holiday. So, if you’re wondering what to do with the dozens of…

Eat a Pie for Pi Day

Blog by:  North Carolina Egg Association The Greek letter (∏), Pi, represents the ratio of the circumference (distance around the circle) of a circle to its diameter (width).  The mathematical constant, (∏), is 3.14159265… and so on, but is most commonly represented by the approximation 3.14. Thus, “Pi Day” is celebrated every year on March…

Brown vs. White Egg: What’s the Difference?

Have you ever had your good ole’ Aunt Bessy snip at you for trying to use the wrong colored egg for your ancient, secret family recipe? She would swear up and down the Mississippi that she would rather eat dirt than use a white egg in her grandmother’s recipe. But why does she claim that…

Egg Freshness

Everyone knows that egg freshness is important to ensure that you and your friends and family do not get sick. However, especially with raw eggs, it can be hard to tell when an egg or an egg recipe has gone bad. That is where we come in; with all the great recipes on our website,…

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