Brown, Green, & Blue Eggs

Green Eggs & Huevos Rancheros

(I wrote this Sunday morning.)

I love it when my husband cooks breakfast on the weekend! And this was partially leftover from our delicious vegetarian fajitas last night – he cooks most of our dinners too. And most of those are great. With only a few misses. ;)

We actually ate green eggs from a local farm. Look at these eggs! Green, blue, and dark brown.

Local brown, blue and green eggs.

Vegetarian Huevos Rancheros

Huevos Rancheros with leftover seitan fajitas and homemade, roasted chile and grape tomato salsa.

Brown, Green, & Blue Eggs

 I am one lucky lady!

(P.S. The eggs look normal once you crack them open. Once in a while when there’s a few to many crazy colored eggs, I almost lose my appetite, but the bottom line is – whatever their color – fresh, local eggs really do taste better!)

2 thoughts on “Green Eggs & Huevos Rancheros

  1. The huevos look amazing!!
    We had eggs on the farm growing up – they really do taste better…as long as you never cracked one open that got sat on for awhile. EEEEEK! I’m still traumatized by that.
    There really is no comparison though – it’s amazing to compare a farm fresh egg yolk’s color with that of a “regular” egg – even the “farm fresh organic” in the grocery store can’t compare.

  2. Another egg story: Kris gave us some fresh farm eggs the other night when we had dinner at the Volstad house north of Cottonwood. (Fun evening!) Today some of them are in a potato salad I’m making for a cooking group meal tonight.

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