{Eggs} Two Recipes: Three Ingredients

thank you FSC for sharing my egg share post and recipes.

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WHOLE WHEAT MAPLE SPONGE CAKE

Whole Wheat Sponge Cake

1 cup of whole wheat stone-ground pastry flour, 1/2 cup maple syrup, 3 eggs

1 cup of whole wheat stone ground pastry flour, 1/2 cup maple syrup, 3 eggs

1. Pre-heat oven 350F

Beat eggs until it triples in volume, about 7 minutes.   Incorporate maple syrup slowly, beating for another 2 minutes

2. Beat eggs until it triples in volume, about 7 minutes

3. Incorporate maple syrup, beating for another 2 minutes

4. Stir in flour being careful not to break all the bubbles

Stir in flour being careful not to break all the bubbles.   Bake in a oiled and floured 8 1/2 inch cast iron pan for 23 to 25 minutes

5. Bake in a oiled and floured 8 1/2 inch cast iron pan for 23 to 25 minutes

Whole Wheat Sponge Cake

FORAGED GREEN FRITTATA

3 eggs, a bunch of foraged dandelion greens and wild chives

3 eggs, a bunch of foraged dandelion greens and wild chives

Foraged Fritatta

  1. Set oven to broil to preheat
  2. In an oven safe pan (I used a 8 1/2 inch cast iron), add olive oil to coat the pan and cook the greens until just wilted.
  3. Add 3 beaten eggs to the cooked greens
  4. Place the oven safe pan under broiler in the middle rack of the oven, for about 5 minutes until golden and eggs cooked. Check around 3 minutes as ovens may vary in temperature.

from scratch club

This Spring we were able to make arrangements again for an egg share. Every two weeks we get 2 dozen eggs from Soul Fire Farm. The eggs are priced on a sliding scale $4-6 per dozen.  This experience is the next best thing to having chickens. We have been fostering 3 baby chicks as we contemplate a chicken coop.

Some people argue that they do not like the taste of eggs and work on masking them in their food. I do not like the taste of “factory farm” eggs. Eggs are a large source of protein for our family. What I do want to taste in my eggs is the terroir (some translate as a sense of place).

I want to taste the farm’s soil and chicken forage. I want to see the orange color yolk and hold those blue eggs as I crack the shells.

I do have a…

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