I was recently invited to attend a seasonal cooking event the Institute of Culinary Education (ICE) hosted by Eggland’s Best eggs and led by Chef Erica Wides (Chefsmartypants.com) and recent contestant of the Food Network’s hit show ‘Chopped’.
This was an amazing event where myself and other NYC foodie bloggies created a seasonal meal with fresh, locally grown summer foods and America’s No. 1 branded egg, Eggland’s Best. As I’ve mentioned before, Eggland’s Best eggs are now higher in Vitamin D, E and B12 and a good source of Vitamin A and B2. They have 25% less saturated fat and three times more Omega 3 than ordinary eggs.
The event was so much fun and I met a group of wonderful NYC bloggies (and suprisingly saw some of my NYC bloggie friends there too). I had the fabulous opportunity to finally meet Lainie, whom I work with over at Eggland’s Best…she truly is the ‘Best’.
The bloggies and I got busy cookin’ in the kitchen making salad, vegetables, poached eggs, raviolis, mirangues and custard all using Eggland’s Best eggs.
Thank you, Eggland’s Best for a deliciously nutritious, local and fresh dinner and a superb event…I had a great time and was so glad to finally connect with the Eggland’s Best team and the incredible nutrition inside each EB egg!
I can’t wait for their hard-boiled eggs to hit the store shelves here in Manhattan!
Have you tried Eggland’s Best eggs? If so, what kind to you purchase?
I love their organic eggs.