National Egg Month

May is National Egg Month, which means we are looking forward to a full 31 days to celebrate eggs. To kick off this egg-celent month, here is a reminder of all of the reasons we love to celebrate eggs. • Eggs come in their own environmentally friendly packaging. Their shell is biodegradable, compostable, and can… Read more »

NestFresh Eggs NOT Affected by Recall

We want to assure NestFresh customers that no NestFresh Eggs or products are involved in the current recall announced on April 13, 2018. All of our farms comply with all local, state, and federal regulations for food safety. As part of our compliance with the FDA Egg Safety Rule, all of our farms test for the most… Read more »

Egg-celent Factoids

There is a reason the humble egg is often called incredible! Here are some egg-celent tidbits that we bet you didn’t know about the incredible, edible egg: • Eggs are a nutrient-rich food providing a good source of iron, Vitamin B12 and Vitamin D. • Eggs are also a good source of lean, high quality… Read more »

Reasons We Love Eggs

We wanted to share some of the many reasons to love eggs, including the fact that they can be part of a heart healthy diet. Consider these facts, which were compiled by the Colorado Egg Producers. • A review of more than 25 studies that appeared in the Journal of the American College of Nutrition… Read more »

Valentine’s Day Brunch

When Valentine’s Day falls on a weekday, as it does this year, a big dinner and date night out might not fit your busy schedule. We suggest making your Valentine’s Day special by putting together a breakfast that you can enjoy before starting the busy day. This is a great way to fit in some… Read more »

Classic Croque Madame

Topped with a creamy Béchamel sauce and a fried egg, this French ham and cheese sandwich is simple decadence at its best. Prep Time: 20 minutes Cook Time: 20 minutes Total Time: 40 minutes Serves: 4 Ingredients: Béchamel Sauce: • 2 tbsp butter • 1 shallot, minced • 2 tbsp all-purpose flour • 1 cup… Read more »