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Rainy Days: A Perfect Time for Breakfast

In today's Seasonal Pantry, which you can read here, I talk about breakfast, a meal I often find challenging, not because of its preparation but because I'm rarely hungry early in the day. In that column, I promise to post recipes to some of my favorite breakfast dishes, delicious any [...]

By | November 27th, 2012|1 Comment

Eggs in Spring: Poached, Slow-Scrambled, Baked & More

Except during the year's darkest days and when she is moulting, a hen produces an egg every 24 to 28 hours. She doesn't need a rooster around to do it. She can't not do it. Not long after she lays one egg, she begins producing another. Some hens are happier [...]

By | March 21st, 2012|0 Comments

RIP Ophelia

I had a chicken in Forestville. A week ago, a critter got into the coop and killed her and one other hen. It is one of the risks of raising chickens, but worth the heartache when you understand the superiority of eggs from happy, well-fed hens. Recipes, too, of course.

By | December 27th, 2010|11 Comments