Southwest Farro Salad

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Summer is all about salads, but they don't always have to be made of lettuce. This one uses farro, which is a wonderful grain alternative to quinoa or couscous. Its chewy texture holds up well when mixed in with black beans, avocado, crunchy peppers and salty feta. You can make it as spicy as you want by adding a Thai chili (which I do), or you can substitute in a little less heat with some jalapeno instead. Serve the salad alongside some peppery arugula, then add an egg to turn the side into a meal that will carry you through lunch or dinner.

Grainy, spicy salad perfect with peppery arugula and a creamy egg

BLT Egg Lettuce Wraps

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When the weather is hot, sometimes you just want something light that isn't going to heat up the kitchen. These salad bites are the perfect answer-make the bacon and eggs ahead of time and tuck them in the fridge, all ready to be turned into a delicious snack later on in the day.
 

A quick, low carb snack for the summer

Lime and White Chocolate Macaroons

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Perfect for Canada Day, these chewy cookies have a hit of lime smoothed out with a white chocolate. Macaroons (not to be confused with French macrons) are a great way to use up leftover egg whites and really quite easy to make. You can customize them however you like by adding chocolate chips, nuts, or finely chopped dried fruit. The lime in this recipe adds a great hit of citrus flavour that melds in nicely with the vanilla notes from the white chocolate. You'll want to make them again and again!

Put a little lime in your coconut

BMO Vancouver Marathon Week

The 2016 BMO Vancouver Marathon took place on another beautiful day with a spectacular route past beaches, Stanley Park and the Seawall. BC Egg was there again to support this five-day event that started off with the Health, Sports, and Lifestyle Expo.

Ultimate Loaded Hamburger

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Author: Karen Humphrey

Want the ultimate hamburger? Top it with a fried egg! Shape up some patties using our recipe or get some ready made ones from the store, but it's all in how you build the burger. Topping your patty with an egg adds just one more layer of decadance, with all that drippy yolk creating a luscious sauce. After that if you add bacon, cheese, avocado.. it's really up to you!

Take your burger from ordinary to fantastic-top it with an egg!

Harissa Cheese Waffle Sandwiches

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Author: Karen Humphrey

Who says you have to have the usual for a breakfast sandwich? Fill these spicy, cheesy waffles with eggs, proscuitto, tomatoes, lettuce and mayo spiced with a hit of sriacha. Really, you could change it up to suit your own tastes-arugula and ham, bacon with spinach, even a little extra cheese. Either way these will become a part of your breakfast rotation. The waffles can be made ahead and tucked away in the freezer for a weekend when you want something special. If you don't have harissa (you can find the spice blend in specialty food shops), substitute chili powder!

Who says your breakfast sandwich has to be made with bread? Try waffles.

Potato Salad with Bacon and Crispy Leeks

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Change up your potato salad with crispy leeks and salty bacon! This recipe keeps things small but it's easily doubled. The trick is taking your time with the leeks-cooking them over low heat allows them to get nice and crispy.

Small sized potato salad with crispy leeks and salty bacon

Egg Crepe Rolls

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Author: Karen Humphrey

Why not trade in your grainy tortilla for a delicate one made from eggs? These are great if you are going paleo, are gluten intolerant, or just looking for a change of pace. The wraps are relatively small and delicate so they require a gentle touch, but it's fun to have your eggs on the outside or your wrap instead of as a filling. It's important to use a smaller pan here, and one that is preferably non stick or the eggs will adhere to the pan, and that won't be fun at all. Fill them however you would like!

Use your eggs as the wrap!

The Egg Farmer's Conundrum - Do Ethics Equal Choice?

BC Egg Board's response to the cage-free question:

I recently read Ann Hui’s extensive exploration of some of the issues of the egg industry (The cage-free egg trend: Is it just a shell game?) in the Globe and Mail last week and was impressed by her fair and well balanced presentation.

The article discusses the cage or no cage debate among industry stakeholders. Hui says that scientific research is either driven by health and safety of the bird or the natural environment of the bird.

Eggs Baked in Bread Bowls

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Author: Karen Humphrey

Breakfast with no clean up? We're so in. Bake up your eggs in neat little packages by using a tasty bread roll instead of a dish. Customize it by adding your favourite cheese, bacon, sausage, chopped peppers, or sliced tomatoes and you've got a full meal. I kept it simple in this recipe by just adding a bit of Cheddar, but you can dress it up as fancy as you want.
 

No clean up with this recipe!

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