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How to cook chicken and eggs

 
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I just published my latest article, "How to cook delicious Chicken (and eggs): My Family's Story of 25 Recipes in 7 days"




I did this for a couple of reasons:

1. I wanted to showcase an extensive variety of delicious dishes in a short amount of time.
2. I wanted to figure out which dishes I might feature in my upcoming film, "Permaculture Chickens".

I cover everything from steaming eggs (yes steaming. It's much easier to peel farm fresh eggs when they're steamed) to Paleo BBQ pizza.

You can Vote on Your Favorite

I created a poll in the article so others could vote on their favorite dishes. The winning recipes will be featured in the movie.

TO VOTE, read the article and follow the link to vote.

In the meantime, what are some of your favorite chicken and egg dishes?

 
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My favorite is to just add a freshly gathered egg to my morning smoothy.
 
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That sounds great Hans. So simple and healthy.
 
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There are tears of profound joy running down my face as I eat my first steamed egg. My life will never be the same.

Seriously though, I am finally able to achieve truly soft boiled eggs that do not simply disintegrate into glop when I try futilely to peel them. This actually is kind of life-changing, since I have fiddled for years with trying to strike a balance between a peel-able egg and one with a yolk soft enough to be appealing, and all the tricks with cold water and vinegar and small holes, etc. have never worked. Thank you so much!
 
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That's great Jennifer! Thanks for sharing.
 
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