We make every effort to purchase "cage free" eggs, that is eggs hatched from chickens which are allowed to roam free. I used to buy eggs from a local resident who had her own chickens. Since that opportunity is no longer available, I have taken to buying eggs which are labeled as hatched from "cage free" chickens as a second best. I miss buying them straight from "the farm" and hope to once again find such a source. There is a difference in the quality of egg as well as a greater confidence in the care of the animals. I have not chosen to give up the use of eggs and continue to find them a very necessary ingredient in our kitchen.


Aunt Sally's Brownies
Bread/Wild Rice Stuffing
Brownies, both cakey and fudgy
Butterscotch Brownies
Cakey Cookies
Carrot Cake
Chocolate Chip Cookies With a Difference
Christmas Eve Kuchen
Eggs Goldenrod
Hash of Vegetables
Lasagne, traditional
Marble Brownies
Meatless Loaf
Oatmeal Cookies
Pecan Pie
Plum Tart
Pumpkin Pie Filling (9-inch pie)
Pumpkin Quick-bread
Pumpkin Rolls, Two Ways
Raspberry Tarts
Rolled Cookies
Shredded Wheat Rolls
Soft Dinner Rolls
Stephen's Scrambled Eggs
Supper Sandwiches, French-toasted or not
Thousand Island Dressing
Toasted Noodles in an Asian Fashion
Yellow Cake, Basic 1-2-3-4 Method