Okay - Used the empty eggs for condiments (picture)

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  1. MicroFarmMom

    MicroFarmMom Out Of The Brooder

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  2. MicroFarmMom

    MicroFarmMom Out Of The Brooder

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    BTW - This one is for YOU, kahlertm! Great idea!
     
  3. kahlertm

    kahlertm Chillin' With My Peeps

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    SHUG!!!!!!! YOU DID IT!!!!!!!!! It looks wonderful! I am going to tell my little bro. He is a chef at one of our nicer resturants in town here in Durango, Colo. I am going to be pushing quail in Durango's "sustainable living, eat local" in resturants. The school district recently went with using only the grass fed beef from one of the local ranches, so we are making progress here in the mountains... What you do, by blogging and sharing like this, shows others it can be done and beautifully.

    That turned out real nice. It looks so clean the way you did it.

    Thanks for doing that, and for taking the time to show it. You are an extremely driven person. I admire you.

    I can't believe the wonderful people I keep meeting and talking to here. You know who you are. You have all helped me and been such an inspiration. Microfarm mom, you rock.

    Tonya
     
  4. Rainwolf

    Rainwolf De La Menagerie

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    egg shells also make great seed starters as they are porous
     
  5. kahlertm

    kahlertm Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Rainwolf that is perfect. Perfect timing too. The 5 yr old and I were going to start some corn and pumkins inside soon . That will be a good project to share at school.
    Thank you.

    Tonya
     

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