I promise these will be the best nine seconds of your life.
If you see a friend without a smile, give him one of yours.
The American Egg Board is buying paid search terms against a buzzy new egg alternative company in a bid to protect its lucrative turf.
Shakshuka is a Middle Eastern and North African dish that combines eggs, tomatoes, and spices to create the perfect meal for any season and time of day.
The short answer: everything.
Eggception is real. Here’s how it happens.
Have you ever noticed how round that guy’s head is?
Don’t let all that hard work go to waste!
The phrase “exciting holes” might speak to you in a way that’s not related to food. I’m OK with that.
Really love eggs but don’t have the time? Here are three easy ways to make delicious eggs in a flash.
As measured in beer, bananas, Big Macs, and more.
In Greek, “avgolemono” means egg-lemon. In practice, it means creamy, cozy, lemony chicken soup.
If Easter isn’t an excuse to eat pink frosted cake for breakfast, I don’t know what is.
Yes, that costume is kind of creepy.
This is a nice surprise for the human. Not so much for the hen that laid the egg, probably.
You can learn a lot about eggs from the Eggs Facebook page.
Monkey breads, eggs, and more good things to make for the coziest, happiest meal of the year. It’s a breakfast miracle!
How to spend that agonizing half hour before the pizza arrives? Do things that will make it even more delicious.
I’m not telling you to start panicking. BUT THIS IS HOW THE WORLD ENDS.
@Sexhulk deserves better.
Why didn’t anyone think of this before?
So much goo. If David Cronenberg directed “Jurassic Park.”
Greek news is so much more exciting. This is anchor Panagiotis Bourchas, and the eggs (and, apparently yogurt) are a reaction to his hosting a spokesperson from a far right political organization. Honestly, he handles this incredibly well.
Duane Keiser’s time-lapsed egg painting is not what you think: rather than showing a painting’s creation from white space to finished painting, Keiser begins with a painting of an egg which he gradually repaints until the egg is fully broken. It’s definitely best experienced visually — so give it a watch and see for yourself.
Researcher Anna Franz gives us a glimpse of the vascular system of a fertilized chicken embryo by cutting away a small portion of an eggshell and injecting ink into the yolk sac artery. This video won Nikon’s first annual Small World in Motion competition.