We had an unexpected power outage last night that ended up lasting 9 hours. It was the hottest it has been around here this weekend, so the temp inside our house quickly made it into the upper 80's. Since there seemed to be no reason for the outage, we expected the power to be on rather quickly, so we didn't do anything with our fridge to prepare for a lengthy outage. Well, it got warm in the fridge. Salad dressings were separated and general yuckiness had started. I'm really big on food safety and tossed everything that was milk or egg based. My question is about the four dozen chicken eggs that we have in there that we have collected over the past 4 weeks. If they were store bought eggs, I would have tossed them without hesitation, but I am not sure about these. So, I am asking all of you wise BYCers. Would you keep them or toss them? They would be to eat. Thanks!