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May 18, 2008


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Oh, I love free range, organic eggs. They do taste so divine, pure, like eggs!
We don't have honesty boxes in Slovenia, but I love them so much. We were usualy buying flowers using this paying technique.


There is nothing better than a free-range farm egg, the yolks are always so much more yellow. Was the blue one a duck egg? My J makes a mean poached egg too! x


This post is lovely. There's nothing better than real eggs! I went egg collecting at my friend Dobber's yesterday and am delighted with my little collection.

Clairey xxx


I have a friend who has chickens and when ever we visit she always sends us home with eggs. As you say the yolks are soo yellow and they taste a little like heaven. Yummm!


My friend is given a regular supply of Cotswold Legbar eggs by her neighbour. Usually there are far to many for her to use and joy of joys she gives them to me. I especially love them scrambled or made into lemon curd.


Oooh the joy of eggy eggs with bright yellow yolks. I've a craving for a couple of chickens in our garden but I don't know if I could stand the few plants I have being pecked and wrecked!
Julia x


I am loving your reasons to be cheerful.....what a great idea. The soap looks like it can be eaten and those eggs look yummy....keep it coming with more cheerful posts....Claire xx

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