Originally Posted by lizzyGSR
I've suddenly found myself with an overabundance of eggs. What do ya'll use them for? Freezing them isn't for us... I've found that we don't usually use them once they're frozen. Do ya'll have any recipes that use lots of eggs?
Here's what we do so far, but we could use a few more ideas:
I need something easy because I'm still hurting from my car accident and can't spend too much time in the kitchen without paying for it. Ideas please?!?
We love custard: https://selfsufficiencyandotherassortedhijinks.wordpress.com/2015/07/11/baked-custard/ Of course for us it is a double win because we're often trying to use up milk as well
I've gotten a lot done today. I have my garden almost entirely planted. I haven't planted okra or cowpeas yet as those both like a soil temperature of closer to 70 but everything else is in the ground. Much of it was planted from seed but the things like tomatoes, peppers, eggplant and artichokes, that need extra time, I planted in starter pots back in February and got them transplanted out in the last few days. So now I can kind of sit back and wait for the garden to grow and the soil temp to rise so I can plant those last few things. I wanted to get stuff out today as it was getting too big inside and there is a 90% chance of more rain later today so I figure they'll get watered in nicely.
I then fixed a gate. Well, not fixed exactly - added a latch to it so we can quit having to tie a chain to close it securely. Its been on my to-do list for weeks so I'm glad to finally have it done. And then I fixed the feed room door on the chicken coop. It had gotten to the point it wouldn't close any more and I had to wedge it with something to stop it blowing over. I was able to get it fixed so that it latches properly - and quite easily - again. I've dealt with that door for way too long so I was really glad to get that done.
I let the sheep and goats graze up front today, which is always a treat for them and the LGD pups who get a break from the monotony of being in the pasture. They've enjoyed being out and all have fat bellies from all the green grass they've consumed.