Rotten Eggs

I (DeAnna) have taught several classes here to new colleagues about how to safely prepare meals.  One of the things I share is to ALWAYS crack an egg into a separate bowl before adding it to the batter.

I remember when I was first told this and it was explained that sometimes there are rotten eggs.  I would smell each cracked egg because I was fearful I wouldn’t know immediately if an egg was rotten.  How funny when I think back to that because the first time I cracked a rotten egg, I knew immediately by the putrid smell.

Recently, I cracked an egg and had an interesting find.  Needless to say, I didn’t use this egg in my batter.

egg in shellegg in bowl

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2 Responses to Rotten Eggs

  1. Pop-pop says:

    Yuk

  2. MawMaw says:

    Glad you cracked that egg in a separate bowl instead of straight into the mixture you were preparing. And, I’m glad you grew up with so many basic living experiences that may have seemed antiquated or boring at the time, but you always took an interest in and paid close attention to the ways of your grandmothers. God was using Grandmas Sarah & Lorene, and Great-Grandmas Hunter and Corson to prepare you for the some of the essential life skills you’re now putting to good use. You’re the Martha Stewart in your neck of the woods! Love you.

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