Eggland's Best Eggs Event

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 ( 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.

Amie | 
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3 replies
    • The Healthy Apple
      The Healthy Apple says:

      Aww, thanks Lisa…it was an amazing event and I had such a great time! I love Eggland’s Best; they are by far my favorite eggs…give ’em a try and let me know your thoughts! Have a great day and thanks for your comment.



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