Tuesday, January 17, 2006

Eggs

I don't eat breakfast. No, no I don't.
Except when Ilse the southern cook and The Landru cook me some eggs over easy, with bacon.
And today, they are not here to cook for me.

I have some eggs in the fridge. The date on the egg carton says Dec. 16, 2005.

Do you think they are still good? Because I may have to make me some eggs.

9 Comments:

Blogger kim (weltek) said...

I would eat the eggs, but that's just me. I tend to ignore dates for a few months after expiration on eggs and condiments.

Sour cream, cream cheese and cottage cheese get about two weeks leeway. I like to live on the edge.

11:10 AM  
Blogger Blue said...

Ag, dammit. Fry the little buggers. The fat'll kill any evil noonoos anyway.

12:58 PM  
Blogger Jolene said...

I think eggs are one of those things that if they go bad, you'll know it, because they'll smell rotten. So as long as they don't smell bad, they're fine. (Crack 'em into a bowl first.)

5:13 PM  
Blogger Bravie said...

Eat em raw and report back to us.

5:52 PM  
Anonymous T-Box said...

I'm pretty sure that's just the "sell by" date. Yeah, that's what it is. So, it's all good.

On another note...how do I play that cat bowling game? I'm having some withdrawal symptoms.

8:26 PM  
Blogger ~Nutz said...

So? Did you eat them? I bet they were good.

5:25 AM  
Blogger Blue said...

Cat bowling? Is that like dwarf-tossing? I'm not the greatest puss-fan in the world, but that seems a tad excessive.

1:15 PM  
Anonymous Sasha said...

Sorry I wasn't here to tell you to ignore dates on egg cartons. Eggs last for a year or more.

7:42 AM  
Blogger Syren said...

A way to tell if eggs are good is with a glass of water.
Put the egg into the water and if it floats it is spoiled. If it stays at the bottom it is fresh. If it bobs but stays close to the bottom, it is still pretty fresh. If the small end stays at the bottom and the big end floats near the top, then it is close to being spoiled.

10:33 AM  

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