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Re: [betterbayview] Help! Egg Hunt needs eggs

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  • Jill Fox
    Yes, because of the many critters that share the park space and proximity to Bay it always seemed better to use real eggs that can be shared with nature. Also
    Message 1 of 7 , Mar 24, 2013
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      Yes, because of the many critters that share the park space and proximity to Bay it always seemed better to use real eggs that can be shared with nature. Also decorating real eggs is an opportunity for people to get creative making eggs!
      Jill Fox


      From: "Sue Ellen Smith" <asksuzy77@...>
      To: betterbayview@yahoogroups.com
      Sent: Sunday, March 24, 2013 10:45:33 AM
      Subject: Re: [betterbayview] Help! Egg Hunt needs eggs

       

      Yes, people eat them.  And, if any are left "unfound," then the seagulls eat them....no non-biodegradable plastic.

      On Sun, Mar 24, 2013 at 9:58 AM, Sean Karlin <seandkarlin@...> wrote:
       

      Would that not be to eat?


      Sean D. Karlin


      On Mar 24, 2013, at 9:47 AM, Jes Muse <muse_23@...> wrote:

      Hi there,
      Just wondering why the use of real eggs?


      From: Sue Ellen Smith <asksuzy77@...>
      To: IBNA Board <ibnabod@yahoogroups.com>; IBNA Membership <indiabasin@yahoogroups.com>; betterbayview@yahoogroups.com
      Sent: Saturday, March 23, 2013 11:37 PM
      Subject: [betterbayview] Help! Egg Hunt needs eggs

       
      We need your help to make the Egg Hunt a success...can you donate decorated eggs?  Please sign up using the survey: Egg Donation Survey

      See below the flyer for a quick, easy way to prepare your eggs for decorating, too.

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      Want a quicker & easier way to cook those eggs?  Last year, I did 10 dozen w/ this method, and didn't lose any to cracking (better odds than boiling, and you can cook more at once).

      Easy Cooked Eggs for Decorating

      Place baking sheet on bottom of oven (in case any eggs crack).  Arrange eggs on oven racks -- easier to fit more if you put pointy end facing one way, then reverse for the next row so eggs will sit comfortably side-to-side on the racks w/o having to skip a row.  Once all racks are filled, close oven and bake for 30 minutes @ 325 degrees.  *Do not preheat oven!*  Once done, remove eggs to sink filled w/ cold water & ice to cool them enough to handle.  Check your dyes; some work best if eggs are still warm, so remove them from the water at that point.

      Happy decorating, all!





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