Egg Cookbook: The Creative Farm-To-Table Guide to Cooking Fresh Eggs

Egg Cookbook: The Creative Farm-To-Table Guide to Cooking Fresh Eggs

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by Healdsburg Press

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The real chicken-and-egg problem: What to do with eggs once they're in your kitchen? If you are looking for a fresh, nutritious, and creative approach to the almighty egg, The Egg Cookbook is for you. With The Egg Cookbook you'll get more than 110 unique recipes that let the egg shine-from savory to sweet, and from breakfast to dinner. The Egg Cookbook is also…  See more details below


The real chicken-and-egg problem: What to do with eggs once they're in your kitchen? If you are looking for a fresh, nutritious, and creative approach to the almighty egg, The Egg Cookbook is for you. With The Egg Cookbook you'll get more than 110 unique recipes that let the egg shine-from savory to sweet, and from breakfast to dinner. The Egg Cookbook is also your guide to the amazing culture surrounding the world's most versatile ingredient, with a useful primer on raising chickens and understanding egg types, so you can take your egg appreciation (and savings) to the next level. The Egg Cookbook offers a fresh approach to preparing eggs, with: More than 110 elegant recipes, including Baked French Toast, Ratatouille with Poached Eggs, and Vanilla Bean Pudding A basic guide to 10 classic egg recipes, from fried eggs to the perfect scramble Egg dishes from around the world, from frittatas and quiche to tortilla patatas and meringues Q&A to find out whether raising chickens is right for you, from the editors of The Egg Cookbook The Egg Cookbook guide to more than 50 chicken breeds Detailed information on the different types of eggs, from free range to organic The Egg Cookbook makes it easy for egg lovers to enjoy fresh and creative recipes from their home kitchen.

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The Egg Cookbook: The Creative Farm-to-Table Guide to Cooking Fresh Eggs 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 63 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book offered so much information on eggs as well as chickens – more than I would have expected from a cookbook.  The recipes were good, but pictures would have significantly enhanced the book.  I do look forward to trying some of the more unique recipes featured in the book.  
GemMurray More than 1 year ago
Eye Opening Look at the Eggs I Buy This book really explains everything about the different egg options in the store/farmers market. I love that I now have the ability to make the best and healthiest choice for my family. The stores and commercials are really misleading about what the different options of eggs are and I feel like I really understand the difference thanks to this book. I also understand a lot more about how to properly store and cook my eggs too. This book is a great resource and very easy to read.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The Egg Cookbook is an easy to understand but thorough guide to not only preparing eggs in a variety of ways but also raising chickens in your back yard if you want the freshest eggs possible. Several breeds of chicken are described and a full list of additional books and sites on raising chickens is at the back.But the main attraction is the selection of great egg recipes for anytime meals and snacks and yummy desserts. A full description of egg gadgets and cookware is also provided.
CoryNunn94 More than 1 year ago
If you loves eggs, but need new creative ways to serve them this recipe book is for you! The Egg Cookbook gives the reader a better understanding of eggs and their uses, and how to properly cook them. For instance, you have your basics that are quick and easy like the perfect scrambled eggs, a basic omelet, baked eggs, and so on. Then you have your recipes for sauces and dressings that need eggs like mayo and Caesar dressing. If that is not enough you also have recipes appetizers, snacks, soups, salads, advanced omelets, and baked egg dishes.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The Egg Cookbook Reviewed by AL J. Vermette      The egg…..what is it that can be said about this oddly shaped breakfast favorite that is most likely sitting in your refrigerator right at  this very moment. It can bring forth new life as a baby chicken, be painted pretty colors for Easter and thrown at your friends on Halloween. As a food source people have been consuming this oval delight since the beginning of time as a great form of protean. It is  not meat, fruit nor veggie and still we cook, boil and gobble down millions of them each year in all sorts of fashions.  Oh sure we all know the basics, the omelet, the scramble, the sunny-side up and so on and on….. but is there more to this food then  we are lead to believe? Yes there is, and now there’s a new book that will lead you down the right path egg preparation.           The Egg Cookbook is your all new resource for all things egg and what to do with them. With more than 110 new recipes on how to  cook, prepare and display all new dishes not only for early morning eating but for the whole day as well. Released by Healdsburg Press  the leading publisher of heath and diet books has now brought their love of the egg into new light. With delightful dishes such as Baked French Toast Egg and Poached eggs with ratatouille, The Egg Cookbook gives insight into fun new ways in making and severing eggs.      The book also goes into depth when it comes to the classics such as how to prepare the best scramble egg or sunny side up in your kitchen.  The Egg cookbook also teaches you what eggs are best to use in what recipes along with healthy ways to create your new dishes. This book even goes so far as to talk about raising your own chickens for those of you who really need your eggs fresh. Well  written and well informed The Egg Cookbook is your source in the creation of the best egg dishes the world as ever known. And all this  with just one little egg….enjoy! 
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is a great book. Not only for the recipes, but as a research tool for understanding the various types of eggs and breeds of chickens,  but how to raise chickens. The recipes are all inclusive from simple to difficult, and all looked delicious!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is so much more than a cookbook! I was looking for some easy recipes and new ways to cook with the eggs that I always seem to have on hand and this book delivered. There are so many great recipes that I can’t wait to try. An added bonus was all the information on raising chickens and about eggs in general.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
How many of us understand the meaning of the different labels on the egg cartons in the grocery stores? The Egg Cookbook certainly demystifies those labels as well as provide a wealth of information which is helpful for someone who may just want to make a delicious meal using eggs or someone who wants to go a step further to set up his/her own backyard coop.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The Egg Cookbook is a treasure trove of information regarding eggs and chickens.  It covers topics such as raising your own chickens, including the appropriate coop to use and what to feed them, the various types of eggs and chickens, health considerations, cooking tips and techniques, storage tips, FAQ’s, and more.  The book ends with a listing of 110 easy to follow recipes from around the world. It is a book any egg lover will refer to often or simply to browse for new and creative ideas and recipes.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The egg cookbook was a very informative book! The information was very thorough and also surprisingly entertaining. The categories were also very helpful. Topics covered ranged from egg recipes, how to properly cook with eggs, and valuable information how raising types of chicken breeds such as: Amber Star Hybrids, Brahmas, Jaerhons, Plymouth Rocks, and even the Yokohamas. It also explained how chickens and eggs are prepared when they bear certain food labels such as pastured and organic. There is also a wonderful resources section about raising chickens, which contains books, periodicals, websites and blogs. However, there were a few things I did not like about it. The beverage section was not as full as some of the other sections. Only different types of eggnog and smoothies were mentioned when there are definitely more drinks that are prepared with eggs, such as cocktails. But this is a good reference book for some tasty egg recipes and a great resource on raising chickens. Definitely would recommend.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Eggceptional! This egg cookbook really covers everything - what kind of chicken to buy, what to do with your chickens once you have them, and how to know what kinds of eggs you're getting if you buy them from the store. What does it mean if the eggs are labeled organic, free range, or omega-3 enhanced? How do you know if your eggs are still fresh, if they are cooked or hard boiled, or if they are fertilized? What kinds of eggs are the most nutritious? In addition to over 100 easy egg recipes, the book answers each of these questions and more.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The book is great and answers so many different questions such as what the different types of eggs seen in grocery stores.  There are many recipes from breakfast to dessert that are offered in the book.  My family tried the spinach frittata which was delicious.  I’d suggest this book to anyone that uses eggs in recipes!
Bayjaytay More than 1 year ago
Before reading this book, I am sure I was like most people and thought I knew all there was to know about eggs. Boy, was I wrong! It never occurred to me that the taste of the egg is affected by what the chicken eats. Or that the color of the chicken defines what color the eggs will be. This was full of great information and delicious recipes that I want to try. Maybe it will even make me like eggs!  
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I can do better than this......
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Learn about eggs in a fun and grabbing way.  I never thought there would be so many ways to cook an egg.  I enjoyed learning about different omelets and ways to care for eggs.  Learning what chickens eat was helpful as well.  
WAGenre More than 1 year ago
I love eggs. But egg breakfasts are always the same. Until now. With all these amazingly creative and delicious egg recipes, I set my alarm clock just to get up in the morning to start cooking. Seriously. I mean, who'd have known how much fun you can have with eggs? Just grab them from the fridge, open up The Egg Cookbook, grab a few other ingredients (which you probably already have), and start making breakfast like a Michelin-starred chef!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The Egg Cookbook is an excellent resource. There are plenty of simple recipes to try and experiment with, making the cookbook good for folks of all ages.  For beginners who don’t have alot of confidence or are too scared to get busy in the kitchen, this book is a great guide.
genilyn23 More than 1 year ago
The egg cookbook recipes were thoroughly explained and the preparations were easy to follow. The ingredients were specific and easy to find. What I like about this book is that it got alot of helpfull ideas on how to use eggs appropriately. It also gives you the idea on chicken farming which has alot of uses thus a verly low cost when it comes to expenses. It challenges you on how to incorporate more ideas and techniques in creating a fun and healthier lifestyle using eggs.  
LeaLetters More than 1 year ago
This book will show that you probably don’t know as much about eggs (or chickens) as you think. It’s packed with important information, such as correctly storing eggs, the truth about cholesterol in eggs, even how to build your own chicken coop. The recipes – breakfast, lunch, dinner, snack, desserts and beverages - are easy, delicious and demonstrate why eggs are a stable worldwide.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This cookbook is a comprehensive guide for all your egg needs.  The book is split into a few sections, including how to choose your eggs, preparation of egg utensils, and last but not least, how to maintain a chicken coop.  You’ll learn not only how to be healthy with eggs, but how to be creative.  From the preparation tips to the recipes, I recommend this book a fun read for all.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Tons of great ideas for making fresh meals that you probably haven't thought of. Before I read this book, I could make scrambled eggs. That's it. Not even joking. Now I know how to make eggs in more ways than I ever thought possible. This book makes a great gift for anyone who loves to cook or anyone who wants to learn how.
dbsi88 More than 1 year ago
Yolk lovers of the world unite! The Egg Cookbook, from Healdsburg Press, gives you what you need to bake, fry, poach, whip or sauté your favorite shelled delight. More than 100 scrumptious recipes, information the different products of products produced by our favorite, the hen. The Egg Cookbook will allow you egg lovers to be more creative with the hen’s offspring. For those of you who a thing chickens, find information about chicken breeding and answers to questions about raisingthem.
McDonough More than 1 year ago
This book was perfect! It starts with the differences between types of eggs (conventional, organic, vegetarian fed, etc). Since I’m a vegetarian this was important to me. The recipes range from the basics to paleo and vegetarian. This is a perfect book for anyone with a restricted diet like me. I got this book for free and I’m satisfied about that!! 
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A simply easy to read and insightful book. i was truly amazed not only by the many variations of dishes to cook for eggs but how the author seemed to talk directly to you, While at the same time informing you about the different types of eggs and what makes them different. I was never really a eggs for breakfast kind of guy but now i seem to find myself trying new dishes weekly. This book is so much more than a cut and dry how to cookbook but it is a learning tool for the underrated egg.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Along with the twelve chapters of egg-inspired recipes, the reader is also educated on the labels given to chickens being sold, as well as how to raise chickens of their own. I appreciated that the reader is not influenced as to which egg choice is best--only the facts are presented. The appendixes at the end of the book contain helpful resources, including a detailed chart outlining the various breeds of chickens and their characteristics.