Eggs Hemmingway, also known as Eggs Royale features eggs, hollandaise sauce and smoked salmon.
The New York Times reports: "White-feathered chickens with white earlobes lay white eggs; red or brown ones with red earlobes lay brown eggs; and the Ameraucana breed, also known as the Easter egg chicken, lays eggs with blue shells."
Peel hardboiled eggs!
Eggs a la Goldenrod is a Southern dish where the egg whites make a gravy and the yolks are grated on top.
It's a quail's egg!
Albumin is a type of protein.
A plastic bowl!
The Kitchn advises: "Never use a plastic bowl because fat particles often get into knicks and scratches in the plastic and interfere with beating the egg whites."
Use a coddler!
If you don't have a coddler, Martha Stewart suggests using baby food jars.
The hen's diet!
The Kitchn reports: "Turns out that egg yolk color is really just an indicator of the hen's diet! If they eat more yellow-orange carotenoids, or natural pigments, it affects and changes the yolk's color."
That's the same compound that's found in sea shells!
The phrasing of an answer in question two has been changed to make it less ambiguous. Previously it stated "it depends on the breed of the chicken".