Learn to Cook
- Fancy Eggs Benedict
- Eggs Florentine
- French Toast
- An Italian-Style Treat
- Hard Cooked Eggs
How to Store Your Eggs
Eggs should be kept in the carton in which you purchase them, as it is designed specifically for this purpose. The carton helps the eggs from picking up odors and flavors from other foods and prevents moisture loss. There is no debate, the refrigerator is the only place to store your eggs to ensure quality and food safety.
Learn about your egg grades
Learn more about the difference between Grade AA, A and B and what getting a good grade of eggs is.
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Educating the Next Generation of Consumers
Learn where eggs come from, find teachers’ guides and economics lessons, watch informational videos, and access online quizzes!