We are having Thanksgiving at our house for the first time this year. We have 8 RIR's who are all laying an egg per day now, so we thought we would make noodles since we have plenty of eggs. We accumulated 59 eggs in about a week and a half, so yesterday we decided to make the noodles. My wife had made them when she was a kid, but I had only watched my Grandmother make them years ago. We borrowed a roller/cutter for our mixer to save some time. After 2 1/2 hours, 6 lbs of flour, and 39 eggs, we had a 6' table full of homemade egg noodles. I hadn't eaten homemade noodles for a long time, and it has been even longer since I'd had fresh noodles (My grandma always called it pot-pie). We had a pile of noodles that wouldn't fit on the drying table, so we heated up some chicken stock, and cooked the ones that wouldn't fit on the table. THEY WERE SO GOOD! We plan on making more and giving small bags of them out for Christmas presents. We also want to make some to freeze. This is a great way to use up fresh eggs and preserve them, not to mention a quick and convienent way to have noodles w/ out all the nasty stuff they put in store bought ones.