Two seasonal things to like here. First, the sun only shines like this on my dining table for a few mornings a year before moving position. Second, the chickens are getting a broader range of feed outdoors now that the snow has buggered off and the overall quality is reflecting it. Back to the rich, creamy, dark yolks [they're more average and lemon-colored through the winter]. Maybe the sun knows it’s ‘egg season’?
A couple reasons to find leads on local food producers: 1] these eggs were picked the day before I got them, and 2] they’re dirt cheap – $1.75/dozen. Cheap + awesome = happy.
Current fav seasonal egg dish: anything that involves the abundance of chives and wild onions leading the growing season in my yard.