Eggs are an incredibly versatile food. For instance, they are found in so many of the foods we eat, cakes, cookies, sauces, custards, ice creams, and so many others. You can whisk them, devil them, scramble them, drizzle them, whip them and fold them. Eggs are part of most people’s everyday diets, especially if you are raising your own chickens in your new Aosom chicken coops. Many people have started raising their own chickens because of the skyrocketing inflationary costs of supermarket chickens and eggs. For those of you dealing with a surfeit of eggs from your new backyard coops, I have found at least two interesting new ways to prepare large batches of eggs for big gatherings and meal prep. Also, I have included some tips and uses for those annoying leftover eggshells.
Finding the Best Chicken Coop for your Chickens
Keeping backyard chickens has become increasingly popular in recent years, not only for their delicious eggs but also for their fun and quirky personalities. However, to ensure that your feathered friends are happy and healthy, they require a safe and comfortable home. This is where Aosom.com chicken coops come in! In this article, we will explore some of the top chicken coop options available from Aosom.com and why they are a great choice for any chicken owner.
Ultimate Grilling Guide for Summer Cookouts and Backyard BBQs
Aosom’s Ultimate Grilling Guide WARNING: THIS BLOG WILL MAKE YOU HUNGRY! I’m gonna let you guys in on a little secret: you can grill ANYTHING. Hotdogs, hamburgers, steaks, drumsticks? Of course. Corn on the cob, pineapple rings, shrimp skewers? Sure thing. Stuffed jalapeno peppers, bacon wrapped brussels sprouts, entire romaine hearts? Who’s gonna stop you?! …
Easter Bunny Blues: How to Care for Your New Pets
Your kids talked you into buying them baby chicks or bunnies for Easter: Now What? Chicks and bunnies are synonymous with the Easter holiday. Those cute little baby animals are worldwide symbols of fertility and new life that appears with Spring. Easter falls on Sunday, April 21st this year. Just in time for farm and …