Chicken Coop Giveaway: Enter for a Chance to Win!

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This season, we added four new chicken coops to our Agrarian collection — and now we’re giving away a hand-crafted coop to one lucky winner! Starting today, you can enter for a chance to win a Briar Extended Chicken Coop & Run ($699.96), perfect for raising chickens in a small space and ensuring a steady supply of fresh, nutritious organic eggs.

 

Just leave a comment on this post by Friday, October 26 at 6 p.m. (PT) telling us your favorite way to use fresh eggs. We’ll pick a winner at random. Want to know if you’re the lucky winner? We’ll email our prize winner on Monday 10/29, so be sure to check your inbox. Good luck!

 

Click to learn more about the many benefits of farm-fresh eggs, and keep reading for a quick overview of all of the coops in our collection:

 

Briar Extended Chicken Coop & Run: Our compact Briar Coop is ideal for yards and gardens where space is at a premium. Crafted in the USA, the coop offers enough space for up to four hens beneath its watertight cedar shake roof.
Alexandria Chicken Coop & Run: Also handcrafted in the USA from certified-sustainable wood, the Alexandria coop provides room for up to six hens and will keep your flock safe and dry year-round.
Suffolks Chicken Coop & Run: Woodcrafters in Amish County, Ohio, build each of these coops by hand with roomy, watertight interiors and easy-to-clean slide-out floors. Mesh-screened windows let in light and air, while keeping predators out. The small coop can hold up to four hens; the large can hold up to six.
Cedar Chicken Coop with Planter: This space-efficient coop-run-and-planter combination is built in Washington state from solid western red cedar custom milled by a local, family-run saw mill. The two nesting boxes are accessible through a drop-down back door at waist height, for easy egg collection.
Reclaimed Rustic Coop & Run with Painted Chicken: Built by hand using reclaimed redwood, this chicken coop combines modern green construction with the rustic appeal of an old barn. With two nesting boxes and two perches, this coop will comfortably house up to four hens.

 

Read more about the artisans behind our chicken coops, Dan Cohen of Green Chicken Coop and Cael Kendall of Laughing Chickens.

 

NO PURCHASE NECESSARY TO ENTER OR WIN. Comments received before Friday, 10/26/2012 at 6:00 PM PT will automatically be entered in the contest. Winner will be randomly selected and will be announced on Williams-Sonoma Blender blog on or about Monday, 10/29/2012. Must be 18 years of age to enter. Open only to residents of the United States (excluding Rhode Island). Void where prohibited.  See Official Rules for complete details.

 

772 comments about “Chicken Coop Giveaway: Enter for a Chance to Win!

  1. Trysha

    We love fresh eggs poached over some asparagus or fried over red enchiladas.

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  2. Amy

    Ooh, I would LOVE to win this coop! I am addicted to poached eggs on avocado smothered toast. Yum!

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  3. liz lanza

    Awesome giveaway!!! Keeping my fingers crossed. I would use fresh eggs to made fritattas on weekend mornings. And of course on fresh muffins and cakes.

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  4. Jill

    When cooking farm fresh eggs I maintain the yolks by lightly frying or poach them. I maintain the yolk because there is nothing like a breaking into the center of an just cooked, egg fresh from the coop and seeing the dark orange or deep yellow of a yolk ooze onto your plate. A simplet yet obvious sign of freshness and the deliciousness that you are about to consume.

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  5. Jean Forrester

    We love using fresh eggs to make our breakfast burritos. You cant beat the flavor!

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  6. Jennifer

    I usually cook, but my husband makes the best omelets. It’s his “dish”!

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  7. Jeanice Reyes

    I LOVE eggs any way! Poached, fried, sunny side up, soft boiled, hard boiled, etc. my favorite is on a BLT sandwich topped with a sunny side up egg! Oh so good!

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  8. Joanne Qerqach

    Fresh eggs are best plain and simple so you can taste the yolk. I love sunnyside up eggs with buttered toast. Free range chickens have the best tasting eggs. Eating bugs and grass really affects the taste

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  9. Maggie St. Jean

    My favorite way to use fresh local eggs is in baking. My seven year old daughter and I love to spend our fall weekends baking all sorts of yummy treats. Muffins, breads, cookies and cakes! We go through a whole lot of eggs in our kitchen.

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  10. Ellen Shanahan

    Oooooo—this is great! Fresh eggs in quiche, in frittatas, in omelets–the list is endless!

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  11. Rhonda

    I love using my birds’ eggs to bake southern cakes and cookies for the darling kids I help take care of. For the grown folks a kale and caramelized onion frittata with veggies from our garden or eggs benedict over fresh pork belly from the market.

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  12. Pat Smith

    egg noodles by the dozens! Thanksgiving means enough for the family and Christmas means enough for gifts!

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  13. David Carson

    I have always loved quiches. They are great for breakfast, lunch, dinner. Only the freshest eggs will do for this versatile food.

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  14. Brigitte Riedel

    I like to use fresh eggs in a Fritatta. I sneak in finely chopped asparagus so my kids think it is green onion. They eventually figure it out, but by then it is too late and they have eaten their veggies!

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  15. Novie Roberts

    Fresh eggs cracked and cooked up for breakfast to start the day off perfectly.

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  16. Barbara Morehead

    I like to make my husband his favorite homemade custard. I normally triple the recipe as he loves it so much and loves to take any left overs in his lunch for work. We also make homemade noodles. My favorite is deviled eggs.

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  17. stephanie adams

    I use fresh eggs from the local CSA and have been begging for someone to build me a coop ! These are all wonderful :)

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  18. Sherry Grimes

    I love this coop. I love eggs au natural…hard boiled with a little fresh cracked black pepper.

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  19. Samantha Rodriguez

    Love huevos estrellados…chilkiles…eggs in a n early morning shake before my workout…and using the egg yolk on my face as a mask great way to freshen ur face.

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  20. Joyce Jordan

    I love fresh eggs in cakes… makes them oh, so light and delicious!

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  21. john browe

    home grown eggs are so much better tasting and much more nutritious than store bought eggs

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  22. deborah

    Im a newbie at chicken raising, and I would LOVE to have this one. Mine I made is not working so well :( yes! Would love this, thank you!

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  23. Traci Spivey

    I would love to have a chicken coop.. It would be a great way to teach my kids responsibility, raising your own food, and how to go green!! My all-time favorite way to use fresh eggs was to get homemade bread (grandmom’s recipe), cut a hole in the middle and fry the egg in the middle. It used to fascinate me as a child how my grandmother used to keep the egg there. Just doesn’t taste the same with a store bought egg.

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  24. S A Duperre

    I have wanted chickens for so long. They help with bug control and make fresh eggs to

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  25. r.ann

    i love to use fresh eggs DAILY! today it was scrambled with fresh hers for breakfast. tonight its banana pudding. tomorrow its quiche with shallots & gruyere…. <3

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  26. Harper Sue

    Our little farm in South Austin Farm desperately needs a coop for our chicks!
    We love to use our fresh farm eggs to make Texas Style Deviled Eggs (kids each a dozen each), Southern Vegetable Frittata, Refresh day old pasta with a fresh egg and make a morning casserole, stracciatella soup, the list goes on and on…

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  27. tammy saylor

    My rfamily loves to have them for breakfast fried or scambled or in a omelet

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  28. Peggy Burman

    Fresh eggs in any baked item….especially chocolate chip cookies stirred together with my grand girl. Cracking the eggs and measuring the flour are her favorite parts!

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  29. Nicole

    If I had chickens which I plan on soon!! I’d love to use them for everything!!

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  30. Chastity Brown

    Would love to win this for my friend, Michael. He raises chickens and shares the eggs with the lower income families in his community.

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  31. Beth Zelisko

    I love to use fresh eggs to cook a breakfast for my family on weekends. We spend quality time at the table talking together while enjoying scrambled eggs, french toast and orange juice. Nothings better than family, fresh eggs and fun!

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  32. paula jo lynch

    I have just recently started using raw milk. I go out once a week with jugs and i have learned how to make mozzerella from it as well. I have been using natural eggs for some time now. I like to use them in creme brulee and vanilla french toast with fresh berries…i also like to use them for an omelet using a local vendors salsa on top. I like being in touch with my food producers as much as possible!

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  33. Jason Williams

    I just like the simple egg in a basket (egg cooked in the middle of a piece of wheat toast). Our family would love to start raising chickens. We’ve been talking about a lot recently.

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  34. Ed Hanna

    I want to raise chickens!!!! As a chef nothing would be better than having fresh eggs for my recipes!!!

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  35. cyndy

    I love my fresh eggs plain & simple ……. two eggs over easy with applewood bacon, toast and orange juice <3

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  36. Janice Hyatt

    Love, love eggs, always have, always will! Welcoming the golden orbs surrounded by white clouds nestled in lovely oval shells, I scramble, boil, mix, bake, fry, stir, and absolutely delight in consuming the eatable, unforgettable fruit of the hen! I really want to win.

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  37. Joan Fleet

    My favorite way to use farm-fresh eggs is in quiche. I love the deep color of farm fresh eggs–dark yolk, crisp whites! Delicious.

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  38. Beth

    We love fresh eggs, but when we have extras we scramble them for our hens to eat!

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  39. Charolette Dingley

    I am a transplanted Southern girl who is homesick for the farm. I would LOVE to have a chicken coop. I love eggs anyway that they can be fixed! Thanks for suchan awesome giveaway!!

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  40. stephanie

    We just started getting some eggs from our chicken clucky. We saved them for a big sunday a.m.breakfast. So it was very special for my girls. They were the best eggs we ever had.

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  41. Elaine Sokoloff

    I love fresh poached eggs on a bed of sauteed fresh spinach with a little sharp cheddar grated on top and avocado slices. Heaven!

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  42. Terry

    We love to make hollandaise sauce and have Eggs Benedict. My daughter describes it as “heavenly.”

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  43. Catherine A N

    These coops are wonderful! Hmm….eggs- I like them poached, fried, scrambled, Benedict, in a quiche or fritata. But, my treat of the week is going out to breakfast on Sunday with my husband and having a spinach, mushroom, pepper jack cheese omelet! I would eat that every day :)

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  44. Lisa

    Love fresh eggs. My fav is omelets with tomatoes and basil fresh from my garden with feta…..yum!

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  45. Michelle Tucker

    We would LOVE one of these coops for our girls who live on our small organic farm :)

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  46. Rosanne Haaland

    Thanks for the giveaway! My absolute favorite is Tomato-Basil Quiche with fresh eggs — I’ve been wanting to get hens for over a year now so we can have fresh eggs here — haven’t been able to afford a coop yet, so I’m keepin’ my fingers crossed!!

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  47. june orsillo

    We can’t eat enough eggs. One child like it scrambled with ketchup. (Yuck) and the other one likes it s sunny side up with no chicken feathers. :-)

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  48. Priscilla Brandimore

    My daughter gives me her Fresh Eggs but would like my own someday. I use them in quiches to fried eggs sandwiches .

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  49. Lisa Dotson

    Fresh, over-easy eggs!!! Life would be a dream if I had this coop in my backyard!

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  50. Jen

    Plain and simple eggs over easy and how delish to have eggs fresh everyday!! I’ve been wanting a chicken coop!! :)

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  51. Yvette Troyna

    I LOVE to “froach” my farm fresh eggs, which makes poaching sooooo much easier, and frying healthier. Clean up is a breeze, too! Here is how I prepare froached eggs, and serve them in Sweet Basil Eggs Benedict:

    For Two:
    4 fresh eggs from happy chickens
    1 large skillet with a lid
    1 Tbsp organic, grassfed butter
    1/4 cup water
    Heat the pan to melt the butter over medium low heat. Crack the eggs into the pan. Let cook until the white begins to set, and then carefully pour the water around the outside edge of the pan. Quickly cover and simmer for two minutes, or until the centers are set the way you like them.
    Meanwhile, have your favorite hollandaise sauce standing by. I love the blender version in “The Joy of Cooking.” Toast 2 slices foccaccia, cut lengthwise in half. Slice an avocado into pieces and 1 heirloom tomato. Have a bunch of large basil leaves on standby as well.
    For plating: place foccaccia toasts in center. Top with tomato slices, then eggs, avocado, and basil leaves. Pour sauce over the top. Garnish with more fresh whole basil leaves and serve immediately, passing any extra sauce. Yumdillyicious!

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  52. Rosalie Goldberg

    I have wanted to raise chickens for about a year now, but I other members of my family disagree with this process. I know however when they taste the 1st egg from our chickens they will change their minds immediately, I just know it!

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  53. Ginger Layne

    Frittatas or in a gluten-free quiche with a “crust” made from layers of thinly sliced potatoes.

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  54. Janice D

    Eggs Bendict, would be lovely, with the fresh eggs. Or just scrambled to enjoy what a fresh egg should taste like!

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  55. Donna

    Nothing beats fresh eggs! We enjoy them for our “custom” omelets, I put all different fixings in separate bowls, and everyone gets to add their favorites! Great family time, and a delicious healthy meal for breakfast or dinner!

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  56. Rosalie Goldberg

    I have wanted to raise chickens for about a year now, but other members of my family disagree with this process. I know however when they taste the 1st egg from our chickens they will change their minds immediately, I just know it!

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  57. Donna Stillinger

    We love using FRESH eggs in any recipe that calls for eggs….fresh is always best!

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  58. Gail Hicks

    These are gorgeous AND functional! I would love to have my own hens for fresh eggs. My husband is a diabetic and needs to eat plenty of protein to maintain optimum blood sugar levels. Eggs are perfect!

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  59. Lisa

    My favorite is soft boiled eggs with buttered toast spread with Marmite (like Vegemite) and cut into fingers to dip in the egg yolks

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  60. Janice Hougland

    My hubby and I like to use fresh eggs in any and every way possible…for breakfast (soft poached or in an omelet)…for lunch (scrambled egg sandwich with sliced onion & mayo)…or for supper (hard boiled in a chicken or tuna salad). When we eat Chinese food out once in awhile we love their egg drop soup! We just, quite simply, love eggs! Two of our children have chickens in their yards, and we would like to join them and have some in ours! We have a HUGE backyard with plenty of room for a chicken coop. :-)

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  61. melody arndt

    I was raised on farm fresh eggs fried and eaten on soft white homemade bread as an egg sandwich….yum

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  62. Suzanne Anderson

    I’d love to have a chicken coop for fresh eggs in the foothills of Colorado!

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  63. laura dull

    The best use of fresh eggs is still fried with homemade toasted bread

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  64. Lisa Bandemer

    This is fabulous! Fancy digs for some fancy birds! Fresh eggs for everyone!

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  65. Leah baker

    I loved raising chickens and fresh eggs,then we moved to the city,now I’m back in country and need to get a coop,this is perfect. Love it.

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  66. Toshia Day

    We love fresh eggs. We use them for everything! Rarely ever use a store bought egg anymore!

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  67. Susie

    I use eggs every day for something: one of a kitchen’s most versatile ingredients!

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  68. Rosalie Goldberg

    I have wanted to raise chickens for about a year now, but other members of my family disagree with this process. I know however when they taste the 1st egg from our chickens they will change their minds immediately, I just know it! I love to cook and bake with them, the fresher the ingredients the better the end product.

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  69. Debi Freeman

    Favorite way to have eggs is poached on Eggs Benedict or in quiche. Yum yum!

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  70. Jolene S

    I’d make eggs scrambled with cheese, then placed on a toasted bagel half with cream cheese and avocado…

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  71. MAry Wilson

    Love to bake custards with fresh eggs- they have such great color and taste

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  72. Michelle gue

    I would definitely enjoy an egg white omelette and cook the yolks for my dogs!

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  73. Pamela

    I love to simply scramble fresh eggs, add some hot sauce and enjoy with bacon and toast with homemade jelly! I am a simple southern girl!!! ;)
    Thanks!

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  74. Parker

    we love eggs all sorts of ways- scrambled with wild plants like wood sorrel and lambsquarters are yummy, but our favorite use, according to my boys, is as an ingredient in our family’s chocolate chip oatmeal cookies that my oldest son makes. we just got chickens for our house which is in town, but a larger coop would be amazing! right now they are cramped for sure!

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  75. Leah Dudley

    Eggs cracked into a little coconut oil and cream sprinkled with salt, pepper, turmeric, and cayenne pepper…..pop on a lid for a couple of minutes makes a.delicious and nutritious breakfast!

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  76. Jayne Greenfield

    We love fresh eggs baked in muffin cups, topped with a little cream, Parmesan cheese, scallions, bacon and cubed Roma tomatoes. Perfect Sunday breakfast or dinner any day.

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  77. stephanie

    We just got our chickens and haven’t gotten any eggs yet BUT I am excited for the day that I have enough extra eggs in the house that I can keep a constant supply of freshly baked cookies in the pantry.

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  78. Jayne wright

    Our favorite use of fresh eggs is for pound cake. Everyone loves it,

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  79. Beverlee Brown

    We love to take fresh eggs and make individual baked eggs with cheese and tomatoes and other fresh vegetables

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  80. Candace Speir

    Oh my, you just can’t beat a good ol’ fried egg sandwich, with mayo, mustard, salt, lots of freshly ground pepper, and a dash of Nature’s Seasons. On toast, of course! Comfort food. Add a layer of crispy bacon. Can’t beat that! My birthday is October 27th. Who wouldn’t adore this for a surprise present for their 60th! ♥

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  81. SMD

    You cannot compete with fresh eggs. They are beautiful with deep yellow yolks.
    I love them simple soft boiled with truffle salt!

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  82. Hope McDavid

    We love getting fresh eggs at the farmers market. My kids love regular ol boiled eggs!!!

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  83. D. Moore

    I love eggs any style, fried, boiled, poached. In salad, sandwich or alone. My favorite is fried in little butter with sourdough toast. No…maybe boiled and egg salad sandwiches. Or…oh never mind! Love fresh eggs with homemade tortillas too. Yum!

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  84. Elizabeth Goodwin

    I love eggs anytime, anywhere!! Scrambled is my favorite comfort food.

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  85. Tonya Schwartz

    I use tons of eggs during the holidays to make desserts. Especially meringues.

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  86. Wendy Rongholt

    We LOVE our fresh eggs…..breakfast-dinner-supper or baking. We enjoy them so much better it seems than store bought ones.

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  87. Lisa

    I love all things eggs but a current favorite is an omelet with goat cheese and fresh herbs.

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  88. Genie Adams

    Oh my stars…how adorable! Fresh eggs in a cream cheese pound cake make all the difference in the world! The recipe is my great-aunt’s recipe…she made it with eggs from a cousin’s farm down the road from the family home. How appropriate it would be to make it with fresh eggs again!

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  89. ML Oleksiak

    Fresh eggs are just wonderful when baking — especially pound cake! And I love the cedar chicken coop!!!!

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  90. Tammy Mangan

    I love these coops. I spent summers gathering and candling eggs on my grandparents farm and I would love to have a coop of my own now.

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  91. DianaJanko

    I only use fresh eggs from my chickens in my custom cakes!
    (We have 6 chickens) Makes a BIG difference in cakes!
    A new coop would make my girls really happy! :)

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  92. Pavel2nd

    My favorite way to use fresh eggs is in baking. But I don’t do that as often as I’d like. Most often it’s just a stove top application. I like mine over easy and my wife likes ‘em scrambled.

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  93. Emma

    Fresh eggs are so delicious; I love to use them to make homemade noodles the way my Grandma taught me.

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  94. Karen Kraakevik

    This would be perfect on our NEW 100 acre farm! I love using fresh eggs for omelet’s & baking!

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  95. Mary Beth Zorio

    Fresh Eggs make the most wonderful meals and desserts with their golden orange/yellow yolks! This coup would truly make my back yard something special!

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  96. Marla Brenner

    I have never tried farm fresh eggs!!! How sad is that??? And I have never tried a frittata. I think I need to get out more!!!

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  97. Rachel green

    My favorite way to use fresh eggs is to s crumble them. Simple and delicious.

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  98. Candace peak

    I make a breakfast casserole with them and take it to wok to eat during the week. It is with sausage and sweet potatoes. On weekends I love to make scrambled eggs with zucchini and onion and a sprinkle of cheese. I wold love to win this!!! Pleeease!!

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  99. Julina

    Oh there’s so many ways I use fresh eggs! But most often I use them in omelettes, fried rice, and baked goods

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  100. maria

    I love the Coops. I prefer the ones off the ground that way I don’t have to worry about critters getting into the coops.

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  101. nicole

    I love to use our farm fresh eggs for homemade pancakes on weekends. I am a single mom and work many hours so Sunday mornings my daughter and I look forward to sleeping in and making our homemade pancakes! The fresh eggs make them much lighter and fluffy.

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  102. Diane

    Fresh eggs for Sunday morning breakfast!! My kids come over and it’s always a great time!! Family time!

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  103. Kelly McDougall

    We started raising a small flock of chickens with our 5 year old who enjoys Easter everyday at our home. I asked him his favorite way to have eggs and he said fried runny on top of homemade pancakes. He said the runny yolk is better then syrup. We’ve lost half of our chickens to raccoons within this last month. We could really use a safe coop with a run! Thank you for the opportunity!

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  104. Stefanie Robinson

    As a BUSY family we love fresh eggs baked in a muffin tin with bacon lining the cups. The perfect grab breakfast and go!

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  105. Tanya Balfour

    These are so cute! I would love to have fresh eggs to make Huevos Rancheros every morning!!

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  106. Cálaeb Temple

    i love using fresh eggs to make homemade salted eggs. i dice ‘em up with tomatoes, onion and garlic. it’s really delicious!

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  107. Cherry Walker

    Fresh eggs are the best! I love mine fried sunny side up and placed on a piece of warm buttered toast. I love mine boiled or “deviled”. I love mine scrambled, with cheese. I love mine in a nice fluffy chess pie! I love mine baked in my granny’s butter cake recipe. I love mine….fresh!

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  108. Joe W.

    Fresh eggs make the best eggs for everything, it’s hard to single out any one use for them!

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  109. Maia Mittelstaedt

    My favorite way to use FRESH eggs is in baking cakes and also for Eggs Benedict – yum!

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  110. Aldo Nascimbeni

    Huevos a la Mexicana:
    Sauté onions, tomatoes & jalapeños (diced small), then add eggs & scramble, add a pinch of salt, serve with rice, refried beans, tortillas, and half of an avocado.
    Buen provecho.
    Aldo

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  111. Sue R.

    ohhhh, let me count the ways I love to use farm fresh eggs ( I refuse to eat store bought eggs). I love a fritatta with spinach and mushrooms and parmesan cheese. I use them in baking. I love scrambled eggs on top of a piece of toast, quiche, or a great omelet. Your coops are beautiful!!!

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  112. Susan

    I love to use fresh eggs in ways we can taste the creamy goodness of homegrown eggs, such as scrambled, omlettes and fried. We can always use a new coop!

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  113. Jules McNubbin

    I love fresh eggs poached on English muffins in eggs Benedict, topped with some yummy hollandaise sauce made from fresh yolks…. mmmmmm

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  114. Joe Baker

    this would be a nice birthday present for me since my birthday is tomorrow the 20th and would be a nice backyard hobby and keep my wife and me in good country brown eggs.

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  115. Maria s Steenberger

    My daughter and I could definitely convince dad that we were meant to have chickens if we had one of these beautiful coops!

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  116. MaryAnna Zdepski

    I love having fresh eggs on hand when preparing for a yummy brunch!

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  117. Maria s Steenberger

    Oh, I got so excited that I forgot!! We love “moonstruck eggs”

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  118. Kaitlin Bledsoe

    I’d love to win one! My favorite way to use fresh eggs, is to use them in homemade quiches! :)

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  119. Daryl Ellis

    My favorite way to eat fresh eggs is boiled for egg salad or deviled eggs.

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  120. Kim Zwiefelhofer

    Oh my, these coop’s are so cute! Favorite way to use fresh eggs…baking…anything! Love to have fresh eggs for omelette’s in the morning (or evening too!)

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  121. Jason Oppenheim

    Poached with hollandaise Canadian bacon on whole wheat English muffins.

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  122. Shannon Orton

    Oh would we love this. I love eggs, use them in everything. I bake a lot and the kids make them by themselves. (One of the few things they cook). My favorite would be a egg and cheese on a english muffin and not the fast food one!!

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  123. Marcia

    We are looking into a coop for my assisted living for he elderly. Not only is it great therapy to watch the coop and gather eggs, but they love what we call the mcvilla sandwich.yummy

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  124. Ana Johnson

    I love using fresh eggs. Scrambled, fried, in frittatas, oh we love them. Nothing compares to the taste of fresh eggs! Would love to win this chicken coop!

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  125. Ryan

    My kids love when I make them “chicken in a basket” – an over easy egg inside a hole cut into a piece of bread. They also call it “sushine bread”.

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  126. Pamela Sullivan

    I like to poach or dry fry an egg over easy, place on a toasted English muffin with a slice of provolone cheese or Canadian bacon for breakfast or brunch. I also love spinach and will place steamed spinach in a small iron skillet then pour a beaten egg on top and slowing cook.

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  127. Wyn ericson

    I love serving eggs with cheese on toast to my wife in the morning she doesn’t have time to make breakfast with our 7 week year old baby boy.

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  128. Nancy Eklof

    I love to prepare my fresh eggs with artesenal cheese, spinach ..fresh irish butter, chives from the garden> I make 4 big colorful eggs ….three for my three Jack Russells…yum and one for me. Fabulous!

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  129. Allison Tong

    I use free range eggs in everything but since I don’t have a steady egg source right now so i sometime have to resort to store bought for some recipes. My absolute favorite way to appreciate a free range egg though is a simple 3 minute egg with buttered toast batons. Heaven!

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  130. Ellen

    I make most everything from scratch. I love to make breakfast burritos or quiche on the weekends we have to work. It’s so easy to take them along and have fresh, homemade food at work!

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  131. Marco Jaimes

    I love to have Fresh eggs every Sunday morning with my family. Just a simple breakfast of over easy eggs bacon and toast…..YUMMY!

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  132. Andy Flacha

    The best part of waking up on the weekend is an old fashion country breakfast . Fresh eggs, thick cut slab bacon, with homemade hash browns. Of course our hens provide the eggs. I like to tell people we run girls behind the garage.

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  133. joe sotelo

    3eggs omleet with some ham bacon bits onions tomato and jalapeno. Also i named my rooster huggs he loves being on peoples shoulders.

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  134. Deb Boyce

    Once you’ve had them, there’s no turning back… you’ll be forever smitten for farm fresh eggs! They make *EVERY* recipe better and breakfasts brighter! The rich orange yolks stand at attention and are filled with flavor. Say goodbye to runny egg whites. Bakers like me LOVE them!

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  135. Julie M

    I love fresh eggs…omelets are the best, but they make everything taste better!

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  136. charie brown

    I already have some chickens and I would love to have a new chicken house, for yours looks much better than the one I have. Ever who designed yours sure have a great eye for design.. And my chickens are crowing for me to win.,

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  137. Jody

    My sons would LOVE this for their laying hens! ! ! :) They are 6 years old & 9 years old and sure do love their chickies! ! ! These are beautiful!

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  138. Melissa

    We have awesome neighbors and are more like a close knit family. We share a neighbor garden and if we won this, we would add this to the mix of things that we share. Nothing can beat fresh!

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  139. Michelle

    My favorite way to use eggs is poached! With hollandaise sauce! I know it’s simple but I love egg benedict so much! I got my husband any Angry Birds “Bad Piggies” cookbook and it’s all egg recipes, so maybe I’ll find a new love!

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  140. TLC

    Six fresh eggs, half cup bacon or ham, half cup whatever veggies I have, onions, asparagus, spinach, one cup grated cheese and my great frittata pan from W&S. Add coffee and mimosas and the paper, and there is the perfect Sunday morning.

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  141. Rebecca Smith

    We love eggs any way. This family of 4 goes thru 5 dozen eggs a week. And my 10 yr old says he doesn’t like city eggs! Only country eggs!!

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  142. Alana Gomez Wagner

    I love fresh eggs fried so that the yolk is just set, topped with sea salt and fresh ground pepper. Salivating right now…

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  143. Kimberly Bahmanyar

    Nothing beats a fresh egg. NOTHING. Two reasons, taste and color. I like them simply poached, fried or scrambled for breakfast because you can’t match the flavor with factory eggs. I love to use them to make egg based sauces such as Hollandaise or to bake eggy breads because they turn out with a much deeper, richer color than with store bought eggs. I love eggs and I’ve always wanted a chicken coop full of cute, noisy, chickens!

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  144. Sylvia Anderson

    I love all of these cute chicken coops! Great designs! My favorite use for fresh eggs is to cook them up for breakfast….homemade egg, cheese and bacon muffin sandwiches! My hubby loves them. :)

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  145. Holly Shields

    I like fresh eggs to make my Five Flavor Poundcakes! Fresh is best!

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  146. Kristen Davis

    I love WS coops! I don;t yet own one but i sure would be thrilled to win one! Our favorite way to use fresh eggs is for simple (yet wonderful!) breakfast in the morning (I’m a better caretaker of sweet chnicks than i am a cook but I’m trying WS, I’m trying!! ;) However, more joy has come from watching the chickens themselves and how much greater that would be with a beautiful WS coop! Thank you for such a sweet giveaway!

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  147. Lori

    I love to use fresh eggs to make something I call Egg Goulash. I cook bite-sized pieces of bacon and shredded potatoes until they are almost done. Then I crack eggs on top, add cheese, green onions, shredded cheese, and salt and pepper. Then I cover the pan and reduce the heat. About 10 minutes later, we are eating the yummiest and filling breakfast ever

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  148. Elizabeth

    My favorite way to use fresh eggs? There are so many ways! I have been seriously thinking if getting chickens. This would be FABULOUS!!! Pick me! Pick me!

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  149. Christina Lunsford

    Scrambled egg sandwiches is our fave! But anything with fresh eggs would be good.

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  150. Marian Jones

    We only eat fresh farm eggs at our house. We love warm poached eggs with homemade sausage and biscuits. What a wonderful eye opening way to start a day.

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  151. Sally fountain

    Soufflé is the best way I use eggs. Chocolate is by far my fav!!! Yummy

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  152. Ann

    Would love to win this!! We use eggs for our dogs, we make our own homemade dog food–we were tired of all the recalls….having fresh eggs would help so much, we can adopt more dogs–we have 6 shelter dogs already!! :)

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  153. SANDY

    over easy- if you mean in a dish- mixed with spinach, black beans, potatoes and bacon salt

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  154. John Smart

    I like to fry eggs ‘sunny side up’ with bacon, some nice cheese, and some hash browns. There is no better start to the day!! :o)

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  155. lynn gamron

    Omllettes with fresh mushrooms, green onions, cherry tomatoes, green peppers, sharp cheddar cheese and topped with homemade green chili salsa!! Our favorite brunch!

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  156. nancy horton

    My favorite is fresh eggs mixed with shredded cheddar cheese or goat cheese, a little salt and pepper. Simple is the best.

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  157. Debbie Havener

    My father loves raising chickens and my mother loves to cook. My mother will ask my father to go get her a “warm egg” for her bread. My dad will go out and return with a huge grin on his face and a warm egg in his hand. My father suffered a heart attack last October and he has been regaining his strength every day this past year. To win this coop would make him and my mother so happy. It would allow them to have it closer to their house and make his “warm egg” runs easier!

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  158. Vicki pellegrini

    My favorite way to use the farm fresh eggs is making egg muffinsfor breakfast.

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  159. Susan Barry

    My favorite way to use fresh eggs is in a souffle – either vegetable or dessert – fluffy and airy and delicious!

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  160. Jamie

    We love eggs. I make a lot of strata, scrambled and sunnyside up too! They are an inexpensive way to get high quality protein into my kiddo.!

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  161. Julie McKee

    The first time I had farm fresh eggs was only 3 short years ago when my friend built her own chicken coop in the backyard of her suburban Florida neighborhood. I loved the color and texture of the fresh eggs. We cooked them into the most delicious omelets which included mushrooms, fresh herbs, and fresh grated white cheddar cheese which has since been my favorite way to prepare farm fresh eggs. I now purchase all of my eggs from local farms in Northern VA, but would love to raise chickens and have fresh eggs from our own backyard. My two sons would be delighted with it as well!

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  162. Tina Knezevic

    I could really use this fabulous chicken coop and it would make a wonderful Christmas gift. Nothing matches the quality of homegrown farm fresh eggs. I love to use fresh eggs to make my homemade pumpkin, almond and cranberry upside down cake. I make 20 of these cakes every Fall season!

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  163. Ginger Pinson

    Quiche. I have a wonderful recipe that I adapt to whatever vegetables or herbs I happen to have on hand. It’s versatile, filling and nutrient dense. It’s pie without the sugar and it’s really hard to mess one up. My favorite eggs are the poulet from young chickens which I can sometimes find at the Farmer’s Market. I’ve found them to be much tastier.

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  164. Christine

    My kids favorite way to have eggs….an ‘Egg McMommy’ sammy on an english muffin!

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  165. Brad Clement

    My favorite way tomuse fresh eggs is to slowly boil and have my wife make her world famous deviled eggs. They’re a hit at all our functions!

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  166. Rebecca Powers

    I love to make OMELETS with fresh eggs!!! I throw in a little bit if everything!!!

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  167. Jill M Sorbie

    I always loved collecting eggs in my Grammy’s Vermont farm as a child. I now live in a Florida in a community that encourages living green…..Chickens are allowed but by then rules. I want chickens and a nice home for them to live in. I will take very good care of them and make good use of the eggs they deliver.

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  168. Katie

    We love fresh eggs! Omelette’s, Swedish pancakes, cakes, breads, egg drop soup….how can we have just one favorite! Fresh eggs are yummy no matter how they are served!

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  169. Stephanie M.

    My absolute favorite way to use fresh eggs is in an omelette. Preferably with goat cheese, tomatoes, and fresh herbs!

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  170. Susan

    My favorite way of making eggs is making breakfast with my young 11 year old chef Ryan Smith! He prefers scrambled eggs but is starting to branch out into french toast, pancakes and waffles!! I prefer any eggs he will cook for me!

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  171. Rebecca Powers

    I love using fresh eggs to make everything from cakes to omelets!!! I throw in a little of everything into my omelets!!!! Would really live to have that coop for my chickens!!!

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  172. Jaime

    My favorite way to prepare fresh eggs?! Is to make “dinosaur eggs” out of them!
    KIDS EAT THEM LIKE CANDY, and have a fun time helping you make them in the kitchen!

    Bring a pot of water to a boil, add salt (my grandmother taught me to always add salt when preparing fresh eggs to hard boil or the shell will stick, she lived to be 105 yrs old). Once my eggs are boiling, I turn off the heat, cover the pot and let them sit for about 7 minutes, then remove from water…and you will have the most PERFECTLY cooked hard boiled egg. Once cooled have your children roll/tap the eggs around on a plate, to crack the shell (do not peel them). Then in different plastic containers add water and different color food coloring. Place a few eggs in each different color and refrigerate over night. In the morning remove the eggs, peel the shells…and you will have the most amazing egg you have ever seen! Your children will scream with delight, and ask to eat eggs all the time! They are a lot of fun, you’ll have to try it for yourself!

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  173. Terry Johnson

    I have one son left, husband and brother living with me and they can eat you out of house and home. Fresh eggs would be a nice touch in the mornings…<3

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  174. Lisa

    I love to make my kids egg burrito wraps as they’re heading out to school!

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  175. Amy McConnell

    We love fresh eggs scrambled, and fried!!! Ohhh fresh eggs anyway is great.

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  176. Michele Roumain

    I love a fresh egg in my Café au lait. It is called:”Lait de poule” Meaning chicken milk. You take the yolk, beat in 2 to 3 teaspoon of granulated sugar until white and creamy. You add a cup of espresso and mix well, then you add steamed milk. Lastly, you beat the egg white until firm and add it on top. It is delicious!!

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  177. Leah Taylor

    OH MY GOD!!! I’d make a bacon egg Sammie first!
    Then some breakfast egg casseroles, then on to
    Some delicious baked goodies!!!! I LOVE eggs!!!

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  178. Blair

    I love using fresh ingredients(eggs) in my baking, and fall is the perfect time of year for putting the oven to good use. It fills our home with yummy scents and warmth.

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  179. Darci Cook

    Saute garlic, onions, and spinach. Put in three fresh eggs and scramble with salt and pepper. This warm and filling scramble is perfect for a cool fall morning.

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  180. Cory Sedlock

    First of all those coops are amazing. My favorite way to prepare fresh eggs are scrambled with sautéed mushrooms.

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  181. Slade Geiger

    The cedar design is my favorite. Love the raised bed. Fresh eggs for breakfast would be my daily routine.

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  182. Sarah

    My current favorite is an egg over easy on top of a burger. Top with lettuce, tomato, and mayo – dinner is served!

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  183. Kathi

    I literally DREAM of having my own chickens. There is no match for farm fresh eggs…and it would be so lovely to share the bounty with family and friends. Fingers and toes crossed, but I won’t count my chickens before…well you know the rest!

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  184. Laura buchmann

    Nothing better than fresh eggs in my Sunday morning egg, bacon and cheese soufflé.

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  185. Stephanie

    Fresh farm eggs are always better! I love them over easy or poached in a benedict, but they can complete just about anything- our other comfort favorites are using them to top a wood fired pizza, on a croque madam or rosti!!

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  186. Jan Cooper-Moren

    How DON’T I love to use fresh eggs? I love quiche, omelettes, scrambled, hard-boiled, you name it! :)

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  187. Julie

    I love fresh eggs in French toast! And, this year, I am looking forward to using fresh eggs when I make egg hog for the first time.

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  188. Neveen

    Japanese breakfast! Freshly made hot rice, seaweed, raw pastured egg on top and a couple of dashes of tamari or coconut aminos. Mmmm breakfast of champions.

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  189. Crystal

    I love this coop! Our favorite way to have fresh eggs is to scramble them with onions, peppers, tomatoes and shredded cheese.

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  190. Sophie

    I work in a vets office and my coworker supplies me fresh eggs every now and then. The demand is great and they taste so fresh. From scramble to poach to baking my flour less chocolate cake to baking cookies and other goodies with my 4yr old chef. Also I’ve seen chickens become great pets ;)

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  191. Dianne Dragon

    My favorite way to use fresh eggs is definitely in a simple omelette with onions and red peppers, a cheese blend, olive oil, salt & pepper. Thanks for a chance to win!

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  192. Santos young

    As a family of three we consume six dozen eggs a week. My husband likes to use several of them in his protein shake while my daughter and I can’t go a morning without (the five yr old calls them “dipping eggs”) or softboiled eggs. We also have breakfast for dinner night, which means buttermilk waffles, bacon, and omelettes!

    A few years ago we had a temporary coop with four chickens and it was a dream to have fresh eggs daily. This past spring I thought it would be great to have chickens again and our town ordinances have changed! I’ll still be able to have chickens but I will have to present plans to the town for approval and fill out some paperwork. Way to make suburban homesteading a bit harder us! I want this coop!

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  193. Donna Newton

    there is nothing that does not turn out special with fresh eggs!!…but, two of my favorites are a gluten-free coconut cake that is wonderful and omlets with brocolli slaw, peppers, onions and cheese (opt) that are marvelously “fluffy” (from beating the fresh egg whites)…you cannot resist them! (unless you have just a slice of coconut cake with a cup of tea!)

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  194. Russ

    I gotta get this, ive been wanting to build one. But couldnever have imagined one this great.

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  195. Anna

    I love making “Indian” scrambles eggs with lots of carmelized onions, garam masala and sprinkled with fresh cilantro. The eggs in India taste so amazing. I would love to have a coop to raise chickens and have fresh eggs daily!

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  196. michelle patrick

    My favorite way to use fresh eggs is to make breakfast casserole! Bisuits, hashbrowns, beaten eggs, cheese topped off with bacon. Fabulous on Christmas morning in the oven while you’re opening gifts!

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  197. Michelle Y.

    Would love to win the chicken coop! I miss having fresh eggs! It would be great to have my own fresh eggs right in my backyard. This is the perfect size for my yard! I love to bake and there nothing better than using fresh eggs for everything! Besides, I would just love to have some chickens to raise and take care of! We love all our pets!!! Chickens would be a great addition to our family along with fresh eggs!!! ~♥♥♥♥~

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  198. Anne Fiascone

    Backyard chickens…ohhhh yeah! I would love to have fresh organic backyard eggs for my family and friends:)

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  199. Lindsay O'Brien

    When is there ever a bad way to use an egg? I realized the versatility of this wonderful food in pastry school, where fresh egg whites to whipped to white peaks of meringue, tempered into vanilla bean creme anglaise and piped into various shapes of pate choux. Once you see the farm fresh eggs with their bright yellow yolks, you will want to incorporate them into everything. Quiches, pasta carbonara and deviled eggs are some of my favorite fall egg treats!

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  200. holly hamblin

    My three girls and I love fresh eggs in everything! Cakes, noodles, breads, etc. But the best way to eat fresh eggs is hard boiled! They are easy to peel and the kids love that!

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  201. Michelle V

    I love fresh eggs and use them in fried rice, breakfast eggs (scrambled, over easy, poached), in benedicts, baked goods. Also would use our fresh canned tomatoes and other goods. You name it, I would make it!!

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  202. Carolyn

    I love homemade quiche. And simple eggs over-easy on toast is always great!

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  203. Carol Harris

    I love to win a coop, then I would not have to rely on my sister for fresh eggs;) I like to use fresh eggs for everything they are best for baking and eating. I think the Ceder Chicken coop is just adorable with the planter on the side. That is a very novel idea.

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  204. Holly Salce

    Like most others I think fresh eggs are the best when poached over home grown asparagus, spinach or potatoes. Yum!!

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  205. Karen

    I like to use fresh eggs for swiss meringue buttercream frosting, and for baking. I think I get better results with fresher eggs.

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  206. Kaitlyn

    I’ve lately been using fresh hard boiled quail eggs as a bite sized replacement to chicken eggs. Absolutely love the higher yolk to white contrast plus they are a great appetizer conversation piece at dinner parties!

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  207. wanda kelly

    i love this chicken coop! and fresh eggs would be wonderful! i have always wanted to have a few chickens and i live in a rural area, so it wouldn’t be out of the ordinary here! i compost and right now, i beg chicken poop from my sister’s friend for my composter.
    i love to cook and have recently found out i am diabetic. i’ve found that eating a good breakfast in the morning, with eggs, makes me feel better all day! besides breakfast, i love baking bread, cakes and i make the best chicken soup ever that has puffy dumplings (made with 4 eggs).
    winning this chicken coop and getting some chickens would be so cool! i would definitely be able to put it to good use!

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  208. Hayley

    Would love the coop! We’ve been wanting to start living healthier and eating fresh eggs! I love eating fresh eggs for breakfast!

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  209. Whit

    My wife and I want to start our own coop! This would be perfect! Scrambled is my fav way to eat them!

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  210. brenda s 'okie in colorado'

    My favorite thing to eat is a salad of frisee, homemade croutons, lardons, a poached egg and shaved parmesan. I would be on cloud nine to win a chicken coop. I love chickens.

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  211. Jana Boyd

    Egg Sandwiches made and grilled with fresh vegetables and melted cheese

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  212. Liz Sayrre

    Fresh eggs… hard boiled with a little black pepper, sliced on fresh buttered rye bread!!!

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  213. Jennifer Gonzalez

    Learned how to make a delicious quiche at William Sonoma so fresh eggs would just add to the flavor!

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  214. Coleen

    Love them poached, fried, scrambled, hard boiled, soft boiled, frittata’d, quiche’d, cake’d, pie’d, muffin’d, cookie’d and don’t forget egg salad!! Love them any and every way!

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  215. Kristie Jones

    We are from the south, so of course I LOVE an omlet with fresh veggies from the garden, and a side of grits! YUMMY

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  216. Randy Householder

    We have a family of six, so I go through quite a few eggs when I make Omelets! Love me some fresh eggs!

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  217. Ardala

    I make all kinds of frittatas. Whatever veggies I get in my CSA box, I put together with some cheese and yummy! Taking a Chicken 101 class next week as I would love to have fresh eggs for these creations. A coop would come in very handy. I’m eggcited about this contest!!!

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  218. Sheryl Hernandez

    I love to scramble fresh eggs up with a little bit of chimichurri. Please pick me because I think your coops are the amazing and fantastic and I get so jazzzed everytime I look at them!!!

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  219. kathleen griffith

    I love to use fresh eggs to make poached eggs on a toasted english muffin with a little fried proscuitto and sprinkled with freshly grated parmesan cheese.

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  220. victoria warner

    I like fresh eggs poached on top of cheesy polenta drizzled with fresh herbs in olive oil.

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  221. Amy Gunter

    Received my own 3 chicks to raise in July and can’t wait to move them into a bigger home and for them to start laying but in the mean time get fresh eggs from their parents and use them in French Coconut Pie and the greatest, fluffy omelets ever!

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  222. Carla

    Growing up my grandfather had chickens and we had fresh eggs anytime we would visit(he lived in Cross Village, MI.) Now I live on he east coast and love my neighbors chickens I really wish I had some fresh eggs of my own. I prefer eggs over easy with toast and bacon for breakfast however for dinner I love a nice quiche. What a wonderful memory this made me think of. I would love to share that experience with my children.

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  223. Tracy

    Scramble the eggs and half way through add sliced wedges of your favorite garden tomato allow it to cook and expel it juices into the eggs….So Yummy and simple!

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  224. Anita Goodman

    I really want to start raising a few chickens and would be absolutely delighted to show and share one of your coops with friends and neighbors. The coops are gorgeous!

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  225. Kimberly Rogers

    We live in the South, and if there’s one thing we Southerners know how to make, it’s deviled eggs! We make them for family reunions, for bar-b-ques, to welcome new neighbors or new babies, and for covered dish lunches following funerals. There is something about fresh eggs that just makes deviled eggs better. I think it’s the yolk — fresh eggs, just picked from a backyard coop have the prettiest, most vibrant golden yellow yolk. So when that yolk is mixed with a little mayo, yellow mustard and sweet relish, you have the perfect bite.

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  226. Jackie Woods

    Our favorite way to use fresh eggs is to cook them them for Sunday breakfast… for my husband, me and our dogs! It’s so funny when Sunday morning rolls around and our Lab, English Bulldog and Jack Russell are all waiting patiently in the kitchen for their scrambled eggs! I do love an over easy fresh egg with buttered toast – nothing better!

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  227. Nancy G

    I love baking yummy cookies and pastrys for my grand kids, boy do they love when Nana bakes for them

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  228. kurt kidder

    omelets with garden fresh peppers, mushrooms, tomatoes, onions and bacon

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  229. Julie Black

    Every other Sunday my hubby makes Fresh egg omelets at home for my son and I. We have 3 chickens. Two Buff Orpingtons and one Goldenlace Wyandotte. We live in the city of San Diego only 6 minutes from Downtown. We helped to pass the city ordinance to allow for chicken keeping in the city and would LOVE to give our chicks… Lucy, Goldie and Gidget a bigger coop. Our omelets vary but I love avocados, green chills, creme and salsa… yum.

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  230. scott gillanders

    These are cool. Foghorn would love it! I love to make poached eggs over baked polenta squares with beure blanc sauce and asparagus

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  231. Brandi

    We love to share our fresh eggs with neighbors! Spent the summer trading eggs for produce with our back neighbors as our garden didn’t do so well and there’s was incredible.

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  232. Jennifer

    How do I love eggs? Let me count the ways! I love them as simply as when they are prepared over easy or soft-boiled with a slice of good bread to dip in the runny yolk. I love a good scramble (smoked salmon, red onion, and red pepper!) or frittata. My all-time favorite, though, has to be my husband’s amazing eggs Benedict; his hollandaise sauce is the best I’ve ever had, and served over super fresh soft poached eggs with a side of duck confit-sweet potato hash and it’s simply divine!

    We currently get farm fresh eggs as part of our CSA share, but are hoping to start raising chickens of our own next spring. Our children are super excited to embark on our next foray into urban farming and winning one of these incredible coops would help us make our dream a reality.

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  233. Terri Lowdon

    Fresh eggs for homemade French Vanilla Ice Cream! We would love to win a chicken coop!

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  234. Linda Wilke

    We love eggs over easy with cheese stone-ground grits. Meringue Kisses Dipped in Chocolate is oh, so yummy, also! Love the chicken coops, and would love to have one!

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  235. Valentina Wolf

    While we do not have access to fresh eggs, we eat them in many different ways. Scrambled is my husband’s favorite and I love nothing more than a quiche fresh out of the oven.

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  236. Rosann

    my favorite egg recipe is Tortilla Eggs in a Frame with homemade Habanero jelly and green tomato salsa. Yum!

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  237. Lourdes Porter

    What I love most about eggs is the egg shells. I use them in my compost to nourish my garden and its great at making a clear broth for some delicious soup.

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  238. MichelleR

    My husband loves farm fresh eggs in english muffin bread – I call it toad in a hole, his family calls it ‘egg in a frame’.

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  239. Tina

    How do I love thee? Let me count the ways! First, for breakfast I choose scrambled eggs with some Gouda cheese. Lunch has a salad with a hard boiled egg. My dinner is quiche and a bowl of soup. Pure comfort food from start to finish. Fresh eggs are simply delicious no matter what time of day you have them.

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  240. Gabriel Abdelaziz

    I love eggs, especially fresh eggs. But my best use of fresh eggs is ti provide them for those that are less fortunate and cannot afford eggs. I love to raise them and give them away.

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  241. Josie

    My favorite way to use fresh eggs is to make deviiled eggs and egg salad. Nothing better on a hot day!

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  242. Laurel C

    We have 12 chickens right now, and I love to use their eggs in everything that I make and bake! I make a quiche at least once a week, and have fresh fried eggs for breakfast almost every day :)

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  243. Allison

    I think the question is how can’t you use them! I LOVE them to cook so many things! One of my favorites would have to be good old deep south deviled eggs:) Even my dogs are crazy about them! It makes their coats very shiny and gives them the omegas they need! Also- the shells are good for composting! Yum, yum, yum!

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  244. Shannon Perry

    Every week we buy eggs fresh from the farmer at market. I think the best way to showcase the difference between a store egg and a fresh egg is Eggs Benedict. It highlights the yolk twice in the same dish! Once in the fresh poached egg that bursts when you cut into it and covers the muffin, and again in the hollandaise sauce made with the fresh yolks and a touch of lemon juice and butter.

    And now I want breakfast! :)

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  245. Caroline

    It’s so hard to pick a favorite…I’m a bit torn between a roasted vegetable and pancetta quiche and the standard eggs benedict. Love them both…but the quiche is quite amazing.

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  246. Lourdes Porter

    There is a big difference in taste when it comes to fresh eggs. The yolks are bright like the sun and its flavor preferred among the kids. They make the best canvas at Easter time.

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  247. Jessica Bailey

    I am a cake baker & decorator, and farm fresh eggs are a must in order to make the fluffiest, moistest cakes. There is just no comparison! I usually buy mine from the local farmer’s market, but my husand, two children, and I just purchased a small 2 acre farm. This chicken coop would make a lovely addition, as I have been researching on keeping my own chickens!

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  248. STEPHANIE

    I love to use them in everything; scrambled eggs, cakes, pasta, you name it. Fresh eggs are the best!!

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  249. Jan Hansen

    We love farm fresh “happy eggs” in Pannukakku and also Pumpkin Pie Pancakes.

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  250. Kenneth E. Briscoe

    We would love to win the Chicken coop. We hate the ideal of commercially caged chickens providing eggs their entire life without ever being able to walk around, and barely room to move around until the day they die.We advocate buying only free-range chicken eggs…With this new coop we could raise our own eggs and thereby establish a protest against the animal cruelty inflicted on commercial chickens. We also support Hellman’s because they have heard the plight of these poor chickens. They have already started using free-ranged chicken eggs in the production of their mayonaise; and have pledged to use more and more free-ranged chicken eggs over the next few years until caged chicken eggs are phased out of Hellman’s completely.

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  251. Annette Torres

    Organic eggs are the way to go – great for breakfast – all alone or used to make pancakes

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  252. Krista

    I love fresh eggs they make everything taste better. Fresh poached eggs with toast and tea is one of my favorite breakfasts.

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  253. Kris Paul

    I absolutely love to use farm fresh eggs in simple preparations
    And my most favorite way is the perfectly poached
    Egg atop toasted brioche with a sliver of smoked
    Salmon and watercress. Absolutely the perfect
    Bite.

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  254. Eileen

    As an omelet topped with avocado, tomato, cilantro, red onion and homemade refried beans.

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  255. Angi Allender

    Would absolutely love to win one of these coops. I do so much cooking and baking and the fun of having my own chickens and fresh eggs would be fantastic. I make egg dishes for breakfasts every weekend and do a lot of baking throughout the week.

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  256. billie howell

    I love cooking breakfast for my family. When they awake to hear the bacon frying and the smell of a delicious breakfast. Our favorite breakfast is buckwheat cakes, fried eggs and gravy. Fresh farm eggs make a world of a difference.

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  257. Mary Ann Velluto

    Flat egg fried in butter with a pinch of sea salt. That chicken coop would be a wonderful addition to our horse farm.

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  258. Kati

    I would love to win a chicken coop! I’ve wanted to have chickens for a long time now but it hasn’t happened yet. If I got a coop then that would be a big push to getting chickens to live in it.

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  259. Kati

    I would love to win a chicken coop! I’ve wanted to have chickens for a long time now but it hasn’t happened yet. If I got a coop then that would be a big push to getting chickens to live in it.

    I love putting fresh eggs in cakes. They make such pretty cakes.

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  260. Patricio

    I grew up eating fresh eggs and just the idea of having my own coop makes me go back in time… I would love to be the winner :) (crossing fingers)

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  261. Maureen P

    My 8 year old eats two hard boiled eggs every morning, and they better be done right.

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  262. Mark F

    Keeping chickens was just legalized in my city! Can’t wait to win my free coop! My daughter and I love making eggs together for breakfast. Scrambled is her favorite, but I prefer an omelet with garden tomatoes, ham and onions.

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  263. BEVERLY R. JOHNSON

    i like to scramble my fresh eggs and make large skillets, by adding mushrooms, onions, peppers, ham and mild spices. i scramble my eggs with salt and pepper and add some milk to make the fluffy. i saute all the vegetables , then add them to the eggs. i sprinkle shredded cheese over the top and put the lid on tight and leave it set for a few mins., off the hot burner, to melt the cheese.

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  264. D. Smith

    Fresh eggs are key to an international omelette claimed by several nations. In our house they’re called ‘german’— but a liberal topping of freshly squeezed lemon juice and sugar assure their welcome on breakfast tables, everywhere. Yumm!

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  265. D. Smith

    In German Pancakes. With freshly squeezed lemon and a liberal dusting of powered sugar. Yum!

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  266. Kate Valley

    I love to cook and bake with fresh eggs! Best cooked inside toast and easy over for great “dip dip” eggs! Baking with fresh eggs just makes the batter turn out more consistant.

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  267. Sarah

    Our backyard hens donate half of their eggs to our local food bank. The rest are used by us, and shared with our neighbors.

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  268. Kim Glenos

    These coops are so cute, I would love to win one! I love to make egg frittatas, with sausage, spinach and cheese, it is like having an egg pizza, without the crust, yum it’s so good! Thank you for offering this contest to us.

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  269. Susan A.

    These are gorgeous chicken coops. I’d love to have fresh eggs every day laid by contented chickens. I’d make omelets, quiches, egg nog, eggs Benedict, Scotch eggs, egg soup, souffles, veloute, poached eggs…..YUMMY YUMMY YUMMY!

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  270. Saint-Martin

    four fresh eggs + skillet + table spoon of butter + sea salt + whisk + low heat + some keen for cooking + multigrain toast + earl grey tea + splash of whole milk + a drop of honey + ideal company + bright refreshing autumn morning = extraordinary scrambled eggs.

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  271. Diana

    A little heavy cream (or just throw your soul away and put some some soft cheese in the bottom) in the bottom of a mini-cocotte until bottom is just covered. Place an egg on top. Grind pepper/sea salt on top. Pour a little more cream until egg is covered. Sprinkle with topping of choice (crumbled bacon, salmon, ext.). Place in a 350°F oven for twenty minutes (more/less depending on your love of firmness and your oven).

    Top with fresh herbs if desired and serve hot with a slice of toast.

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  272. Nancy

    I miss living in the country & having fresh eggs. Just found out I can have chickens in the city and have a place where there was an old pool where I am filling in to have a garden spot. This chicken coop would be the perfect addition so that I can continue to have chickens and fresh eggs for all my recipes. So, i would LOVE to WIN a CHICKEN COOP from Williams-Sonoma. Please pick me.

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  273. Andrea Campbell

    Nothing beats a garlic, onion, spinach and potato frittata made with yummy fresh eggs in my Williams Sonoma pan!

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  274. Mona

    The coop with the planter is fantastic for sustainability! Living in Hawaii, a lot of our foods are shipped in from the States and I recently heard that sometimes eggs are months old by the time we get to eat them! So having fresh eggs is a luxury, being able to raise hens and gather our own fresh eggs would be a dream for our family! My fave comfort food… egg over easy on a scoop of hot rice and just a splash of shoyu!

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  275. Valerie N. Ott

    We have a 1 year old who loves his eggs! So we eat eggs every way but his favorite are “fluffy” eggs (scrambled:)) .

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  276. Sunya

    Hmm… when it comes to eggs, my favorite thing to do with them is honestly making scrambled eggs for my boyfriend. Its so basic but it’s really a joy in my life :)

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  277. Pam T

    I love a good omelet, freshly gathered eggs,onion fesh spinach, tomatoes,and feta cheese,Yum! My girls would love this coop!

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  278. Carrie Saladin

    Eggs Benedict – my families favorite breakfast – great lunch or dinner. We love it with nice big fresh eggs, ham or canadian bacon smothered with my “special” hollandaise sauce.

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  279. Carol

    I grew up on home grown chickens and eggs. My favorite way to eat eggs is any way you fix them, fried over easy, boiled, scrambled, poached, devised, etc. Please pick my name to win the coop!

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  280. Angie Moss

    My dad is 70 and he has always wanted some chickens! Please help me to grant his wish with one of these beautiful chicken coops! He would love this!

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  281. Debbie Mewborn

    I would use fresh eggs to make our family favorite pound cake. I also use many of the William Sonoma recipes published on the website and catalogs. Already have a perfect spot for the coop!!

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  282. Raquel Lau

    I’ve always dreamed of having my own chicken coop! My favorite way to cook with eggs is making a Florentine Quiche. It is the most versitile dish that can be eaten at any time of day.

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  283. Isabelle Hackel

    We love fresh eggs , my son loves is morning omlet with hot peppers and sharp chedder cheese.

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  284. Jennifer

    My family loves fresh egg quiche! Made from our own eggs would be even better!

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  285. Deborah Gadd

    Love these Amish made coops, just can’t afford one, but have the grounds for one. I love to make homemade Custard Pies for my 2 Law Enforcement sons. The recipe I use takes 6 eggs for 2 delicious pies. To me, there’s nothing better than a fried egg sandwich with bacon, cheese, & a tad bit of Miracle Whip!

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  286. Margaret Patrick

    New low carb diet…..fresh eggs make it easy. Eggs for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Yum Yum

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  287. Greg Sauder

    I like to use fresh eggs to make Sunday morning omelets for my family.

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  288. Jodi

    With 4 boys at home, we go through some eggs! My favorite way to use eggs is over easy, but right before they are done, I break the yolk in the pan and cook it about 15 more seconds. Then, I make a breakfast sandwich out of turkey bacon, a slice of cheese, my eggs, and Ezekiel English muffins! They are yummy! My family can eat about 12 in one morning!

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  289. Sara Hudson

    My favorite way to use fresh eggs is in Sunday breakfast no matter what way they are being fixed.

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  290. Lori Welsh

    My favorite way to use fresh eggs is to share them with my amazing friends and neighbors. Our neighborhood would share this coop and just thinking about the fun we would have doing that makes me smile.

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  291. Carla Garrett

    I love fresh eggs!!! I am a cook and can tell the difference in my recipes when I use fresh eggs in my recipes!!! I buy fresh eggs all the time, but would love to have available to me all the time so that i don’t have to go looking for them! I enjoy your recipes and I want use the fresh ingredients so i can make it!!! Thank you Willam Sonoma

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  292. Shannon goethals

    Eating eggs as I fill this out…raising chickens…good way to produce some your own food and depend on the grocery store a little less.

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  293. Heather Scott

    Breakfast is the one meal I treasure each day, because I get to spend it with my family before busy schedules have us all going in different directions and eggs, fried, scrambled or poached is something my family loves and I love to cook for them.

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  294. Audrey

    Fresh brown eggs fried in bacon grease — sunny side up with crispy edges and perfectly soft yolks. yum.

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  295. Shannon goethals

    We like to make granny omelettes with potatoes, cheese and sliced turkey. I like to use a non stick pan with a lid . I grate cheese for inside and over the top . I add a few tablespoons of water to the pan and put the lid on to melt the cheese on top. My wife likes it fancy with Hungarian paprika sprinkled on top. It’s festive and very filling.

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  296. ReneMary

    I love using fresh organic eggs to cook my husband breakfast. And of course his favorite breakfast to eat is eggs! Eggs over easy, scrambled eggs or an omlet. Never a hard boiled egg though. Love Eggs! <3

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  297. Elaine

    Growing up on the Eastern shore,we had chicken coops. We always had fresh eggs for cooking ,baking,etc. My father would make us go every morning and gather the eggs,how many kids would want that job,none,but we had to do it. Fresh Eggs make the best cakes.

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  298. Michele Geiger-Bronsky

    2 minute & 30 second soft boil…takes me back to memories of my mom who lovingly prepared them. The thought of having chickens & a lovely chicken condo with fresh eggs within a few steps reach is pretty awesome!

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  299. Kim

    I love using farm fresh, organic eggs to feed my family my “famous” frittata and Huevos con Chorizo. My husband comes from a long line of heart disease in the men of his family and feeding him and my family healthy, yummy meals are a must! Also we LOVE chickens (always a must to spend time with at county fairs) and would love to have this coop so we can enjoy caring for them!

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  300. Michele Geiger-Bronsky

    2 1/2 minute soft boiled allows one to enjoy the full flavor of these beautiful gifts!

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  301. Dale Starling

    As a child in Montezuma, GA my brother and I would go to the chicken coop every morning to gather eggs for the day. The chickens and roosters actually became our friends and we named our favorites! The morning meal was homemade biscuits smeared with homemade butter, fried bacon (from one of our other animal friends!) and of course eggs cooked in that wonderful bacon grease! We all lived through it and the memories live on as well.

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  302. Susanne

    There is nothing like a fresh egg…soft boiled or over easy. You can’t improve on perfection!

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  303. W Sutherland

    Deviled eggs are great for taking to potlucks and family gettogethers! And chickens are adorable even if they didn’t give eggs.

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  304. Gretchen Moore

    My fav for using fresh eggs is to start the day with an omlet using 2 eggs, fresh homegrown shitake mushrooms & fresh herbs! Add a cup of coffee and you
    can take on anything! It has been a dream of mine to have my own chicken coop and run and to live green!!!!!!!!

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  305. Meaghan Crowley

    I’m a single Mother and I do my best to feed my 3 1/2
    year old son along with myself as organic as possible. I firmly believe
    that what we put into our bodies affects our health
    all around. I would love the opportunity to teach my son
    firsthand the benefits of raising/ growing our food. My son and I both enjoy
    Kale, mushroom and Cheddar scrambles… all organic of course!
    Delicious! :0)

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  306. Pati Barnett

    What a wonderful thing for a family to share and children to experience. Love it….. And want it!!!

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  307. Lisette

    My favorite way to make eggs is simple – poached with Hollandaise sauce or scrambled with fresh veggies in the morning.

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  308. Kelly Pool

    We use fresh eggs in everything. This time of year, we really enjoy our eggs in breakfast casseroles or a quick breakfast sandwich with egg, sausage and cheese on an english muffin. It is a great way to send my little darlins off to school with a hearty breakfast. Eggs = brain fuel:)

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  309. SPO & Min

    We only have seven chickens. All named. We eat what we can however we give away surplus eggs to our friends and family. They are always more than grateful.

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  310. Steven Ercolani

    Love all the designs! Now I want to get a couple of hens. :-)

    I love fresh eggs sunny side up because it allows the beautiful sunny colors to show.

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  311. Janet Zeh

    I use fresh eggs everyday. My favorite is cheese omelet stuffed with fermented veggies. I am looking forward to having my own chickens in the backyard someday like both my grandmothers did.

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  312. Susan

    Still love my childhood favorite….scrambled with toast and butter. Nothing better especially with fresh eggs from the coop!

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  313. Jennifer

    I love to poach my fresh eggs. I also have enough extra eggs that I trade them with a coworker. He gets eggs and I get some of his homemade strained yogurt.

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    1. Melvin Douglas

      There is nothing Better then baking Cakes with fresh eggs

      .or a fresh egg omelette

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  314. Connie Meyer

    These are great coops and I would love to have one. I grew up on a farm and would love having the chance to share a piece of that with my children. Fresh eggs are the BEST!

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  315. Connie Meyer

    I enjoy a recipe my sister shared with me. Put an egg in a cup pour milk over the egg just enough to barely cover and put it in the microwave for a minute (depending on the temp of your microwave) the egg will poach in the milk then scoop out the egg and put over a slice of toast. Yum!

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  316. Kaye Paschall

    I would love to win this for my daughter. She wants chickens so bad and has been looking at your coops for a year. She will not get her chickens until she can afford a WS coop. She wants the chickens to have the best home possible.
    We now only buy organic eggs. They are the best. But nothing bets the taste of your own fresh eggs. We could make all kinds of our favorite dish quiche.

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  317. Michi Knight

    I am a former city girl now living the country life! I am a huge fan of Barbara Kingsolver’s “Animal, Vegetable, Miracle.” I am dying to get some chickens, and this coop is perfect! My signature dessert is creme brulee, which requires a ton of egg yolks. I especially enjoy making flavored versions, like dark chocolate and lime. My favorite use for eggs, though, is boiled, to eat as-is, or to put in an egg salad.

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  318. Michi Knight

    I am dying to get some chickens, and this coop is perfect! My signature dessert is creme brulee, which requires a ton of egg yolks. I especially enjoy making flavored versions, like dark chocolate and lime. My favorite use for eggs, though, is boiled, to eat as-is, or to put in an egg salad.

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  319. Eleanor Garrett

    I eat my fresh eggs every morning in sausage and egg pizza… Also in my daily salad.. Love the health benefits and also knowing exactly what is in my eggs.. No chemicals or preservatives…

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  320. Bethany Cook

    Our family loves to cook what we call eggs florentine on the weekends. A vegitarian version of the all time favorite Eggs Benedict. We poach two eggs, toast an English muffin, wilt spinach, slice a tomato from the garden, add avocado and top it off with hollindaise sauce. It is devine. (We would love to have chickens to add to the managary chez Cook!)

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  321. Jan Furlow

    I love making lemon meringue pie with farm fresh eggs…the gorgeous yolks make the most vibrant yellow in the lemon cream and the whites make a beautiful and delicious meringue!

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  322. Tracy Snyder

    So anxious to get started raising some “city chicks”, this would make a perfect coop for the area I have! Keeping my fingers crossed!

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  323. Jaclyn

    This would go perfect on our little piece of land with my produce garden!

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  324. Kim Barron

    I love to make quiche with fresh eggs. Omelets are also a favorite in our house.

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  325. Jennifer PS

    I love fresh eggs as opposed to store bought eggs in everything, especially in pumpkin bread this time of year.

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  326. Cindi Martin

    I love eggs anyway I can get them & any time of the day. Right now I am craving Truffled egg salad w/ asparagus.

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  327. DMAW

    Organic eggs are awesome! Chickens are awesome! Having it all in my back yard would be super awesome!

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  328. Amy

    Nothing better than fresh eggs for omelets! My nephew needs this coop for his beloved chickens!

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  329. wendy freiwald

    Oh, the best thing to do with fresh eggs is separate them…..lemon meringue pie! Mile high meringue with fresh egg whites:)

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  330. Lori Hine

    We love fresh egg omelets made with honey crisp apples and creamy Brie cheese! An amazing combination!

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  331. Honey badger mom

    I love making my custard with fresh egg yolks for homemade ice cream in my Cuisinart ice cream maker. The remaining whites make for a nice healthy fresh omelette. Two for one. Can’t beat it!

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  332. CarrieLovesKeith

    I love making a big egg scramble on Sunday mornings for my family with roasted Hatch chiles, cheddar cheese, diced bell peppers, crumbled bacon, green onions, and sour cream.

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  333. joanna golab

    Chicuca is the best! Eggs ,tomatoes,onions,parprika,hot pepper,garlic and lemon juice. Yum!

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  334. Carolyn Eichholtz

    I live on a farm so I make scramblers every morning. Diced potatoes, onions, green and red bell pepper, Italian sausage, fresh eggs (scrambled) topped with shredded cheddar cheese. Served with my hand ground 100% whole wheat(right out of the oven) bread. Yum Yum
    I would love to win that coop

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  335. Julia Vaughn

    We love to poach fresh eggs. They poach very well and go good with english muffins and canadian bacon.

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  336. Emily Gunn

    I love serving my family fresh eggs from our very own chickens for breakfast. Scrambled, fried, or boiled, we all love them!

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  337. Mickey Laney-Jarvis

    In Huevos Rancheros with organic eggs over medium and homemade corn tortillas.

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  338. Nichole Smith

    Eggs are best in a baked tater. Take your leftover baked tater, cut off the top and scoop out some of the insides, add your favorite tater toppings: ham, cheese, green onion, etc. Top with a fresh egg. Bake at 350 for 10 mins or so to set your egg.

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  339. Janet Opdenhoff

    I live within city limits and i have recently found out that I can have chickens. Even though my yard is small, a small chicken coop would be perfect. I love fresh eggs. My favorite way of eating them is hard-boiled. I boil a dozen eggs on Saturday, and keep them in the refrigerator. Now, they are ready anytime for a low carb, protein snack and especially for a quick breakfast on the go…..Plus, they stay fresh all week.

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  340. Tootie Richardson

    my family loves eggs !! We love deviled eggs , poached eggs,and quiche !! We live on 50 acres and are ready to start learning to be more self sufficient and winning this chicken coop would be the first step .!!

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  341. Janice Whiting

    My husband created my favorite fresh egg breakfast (or anytime) recipe: A toasted english muffin half layered with steamed asparagus, a poached fresh egg and covered with creamy chipped corn beef. So, so delicious!

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  342. Kenneth E. Briscoe

    With this free chicken coop we could grow and produce our own eggs as an act of protest againt commercially produced chicken eggs. Commercial chickens live out their lives never having walked around and with barely enough room to move around. The animal cruelty of commercial chickens is horrific. They are kept in a small cage with not enough room to stand up or walk around…They sit in one spot with no room for movement and as they lay their eggs; the eggs roll down a shoot and are carried by conveyor belt to a washer. Once placed in this cage, they have to die to get out. And that is how we get our eggs at the local grocery store.

    For this reason we also support Hellman’s for their recent commitment to use free-range chicken eggs in their mayonaise. They have also pledged to phase out more and more commercial chicken eggs until only free-ranged chicken eggs are used by their company. We could all learn a lesson from them.

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  343. Tami

    Our family has 3 Rhode Island Red hens. Nellie, Lela & Bea. They are only about 6 months old, but are great layers! We get about 3 eggs a day.
    My 2 1/2 year old son loves eggs. He goes out every morning with me to retrieve our eggs! He loves counting the eggs and telling me if they’re “big” or “little”. It’s so much fun.
    Then every morning I make my son a scrambled egg with a little dill and cheese. He usually eats them with fruit. Every morning I ask Kam if he wants eggs or something else like cereal or oatmeal. He always says EGGS!
    We love our eggs!!!

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  344. DawnEl

    Boiled, scrambled or fried…love eggs!! Ohh I think I need an egg salad sandwich for lunch!!

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  345. Kym Whitten

    My husband loves when I use organic brown eggs in the Sunday morning frittata.

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  346. Britt Henesy

    I would love to win a coop! My favorite way to use fresh eggs is over easy with sauteed kale, roasted garlic and slow roasted tomatoes! Yum!

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  347. Andrea

    I love fresh eggs fried over easy on hot buttered toast. It is absolutely delicious and I often have it for dinner too!!!!

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  348. Jody

    Favorite breakfast is poached eggs for hubby served over roasted asparagus OR goat cheese rounds dipped in beaten egg then dredged in panko and ground hazel nuts saute in olive oil serve over roasted asparagus.

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  349. Kim Phillips

    These coops are gogeous! I would love to show them off when my friends roll up for brunch with their favorite ham and asparagus strata!! The eggs are the hero not only incorporated inside the dish but 20 minutes before it’s done I crack several eggs on top and cook for a few more minutes! So yummy!!!

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  350. Elissa

    Punch holes in top and bottom, blow out egg insides, use origami paper, modeling clay and string to turn it into a bird ornament. Use innards to make scrambled eggs.

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  351. Linda swenson

    There is nothing better than the taste of a fresh soft-boiled egg … Seriously. It is like an entirely different food from grocery eggs.

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  352. PamJ

    Fresh eggs make a difference in all my baked goodies. Love to be gifted with fresh eggs from chicken raising friends. :-)

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  353. Tammy Lewis

    Love the coops great for a small yard!! Fresh eggs in omelets with fresh veggies!

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  354. Jennifer Webster

    Fresh eggs, in every meal eggs hold it all together from meatloaf, muffins, pancakes, to over easy. With the Holiday’s coming the uses are endless. An every day must need basic for life.

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  355. Keith Bradshaw

    Omelettes. Definitely omelettes. Bright orange-yellow yolks make them so beautiful.

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  356. Amy B

    I love my eggs coddled, just like my chickens would be in this lovely coop.

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  357. Kellie Lemmel

    Omlet’s with fresh variety of gently sauted vegetables (i.e. onion, pepper, broccoli, yellow squash, etc.) is the best! Put a little green verde sauce over it, makes it even better!

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  358. Chuck Pitts

    It’ is a simple answer, maybe boring but one that was a favorite of my dad’s… an egg in the hole which is simply a pan fried piece of bread/toast with a piece of bread pulled from the middle creating the hole, then frying an egg on top of the bread. It was a favorite of my dad’s and one that creates good memories for me since he has passed as I make the same thing.

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  359. Suzanne Pillsbury

    Fresh eggs boiled and served with fresh farm arugula. place eggs in water and boil – take off heat and let stand for 5 minutes with lid on sauce pan. Boiled eggs will be perfect. Peel and slice over a bed of fresh arugula. Serve with a light dressing.

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  360. John Kliink

    We are currently buying farm eggs and would love to raise our own chickens instead. Love this coop design.

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  361. Suzanne Pillsbury

    Boiled fresh eggs – place eggs in water and bring to a boil – turn off heat and cover for 5 mintes – eggs come out perfectly. Peel and slice over a bed of fresh arugula. Dress lightly and serve.

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  362. Karen

    Nothing like a quiche made with farm fresh eggs!
    A chance to win a “Chick Condo,” how cool is that?!
    Sign me up!

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  363. Ken Barry

    There is nothing better than fresh eggs; whether cooked in my Eggs Benedict Neptune with smoked salmon, poached on top of homemade rosemary bread, or just fried in bacon fat with all the fixin’s. They are the best.

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  364. Jenna

    I love to bake with fresh eggs… They make amazing quiche, breads, puddings, cakes and muffins.

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  365. Tamara Klabon

    Nothing better than starting your morning with a cup of coffee and a fresh, backyard egg sunny-side up or hard boiled. Yummmm, can you hear the skillet sizzling and smell the coffee brewing?

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  366. Suzanne Pillsbury

    Boil water with fresh eggs. When water boils turn off heat and cover for 5 minutes. Peel and slice eggs over fresh arugula and light dressing. Yum!

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  367. Jennifer McCarthy

    We use eggs on a daily basis for scrambling….I like to add in cheese, ham, sauted onions, and zucchini (preferably home grown). My teenage son can eat 6-8 eggs in a sitting!

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  368. Susan B.

    I love eggs and eat them most every day! Huevos Ranchero’s, Eggs Benedict, Fried Egg Sandwich BLT is so awesome! My 80 year old father raised chickens as a young child growing up in Alabama, and sold his eggs at his Fathers grocery store.He has recently been talking of trying his hand at it again! How fantastic would it be to surprise him with this chicken coop for his Christmas Present this year!! He would glow! Thanks for the opportunity, and all the great recipes!

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  369. Kelly

    I love to use fresh eggs in custards, omelettes, frittatas, and then just plain over easy! The choices are endless, and I love them all!!!!

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  370. Kathryn Blandin

    My favorite way to use fresh eggs is during wild mushroom season. After foraging for chanterelles and porcinis, you take little ramekin dishes, fill the bottom with chopped mushrooms, butter and garlic. Then, crack an egg ontop. Salt and pepper, bake in the oven for 10-15 minutes until egg whites set. Sprinkle with parsley, and you can eat this for breakfast lunch or dinner!

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  371. Ingrid H

    My favorite egg recipe is breakfast pizza. It is eggs over hash browns baked in the oven, topped with veggies and cheese! Yum! Love the coops!

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  372. Marla Olmstead

    What a great addition this would be to my daughters 2 acre out in the country living area. They already have a community garden which provided fresh pesticide free fruits and vegetables for many people. I would be so proud to win this for them and it would provide for others as well because they are always giving of their abundance. Thanks for providing this opportunity.

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  373. Avi H

    Scrambled with monster cheese, red and green peppers, fried onions, and hot sauce

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  374. Daniel

    I love fresh eggs as unaltered as possible so i can taste the freshness! Give me a sunny-side up with a nice runny yolk. Maybe toss that egg on top of a burger!

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  375. Lanier Tankersley

    There isn’t anyway I don’t like eggs. Choosing a favorite is difficult…I recently created a banana souffle that was pretty amazing, but does it outrank a great pound cake? A spinach and crawfish frittata? Who can say? Eggs are the ultimate, perfect food alone or as an ingredient.

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  376. Carolyn Brown

    I love the color of this coop. It would match my adirondack chairs beautifully!

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  377. Helen T

    When I was a lad I ate 4 dozen eggs every morning to help me get large. Now that I’m a man I eat 5 dozen eggs and I’m roughly the size of a barge!!! I put an egg on everything: sandwich, salads, pizza, etc.

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  378. Sachiko Miles

    I love nothing more than eggs for breakfast! You can scramble, or poach, or omelet with veggie or egg benedict. It gives me such a whole rich energy for the day to start. We Japanese also put raw egg york on freshly cooked rice over with little soy sauce as well.

    I just love eggs!!

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  379. Jill Blanchard

    I love the way people, who have never had a fresh egg, react to their first intro to farm fresh eggs.

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  380. Rosemary Easley

    Simple and easy for “on the run” Hard Boiled, but I haven’t met an egg dish I didn’t like. Thank you Ms Hen!

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  381. Valerie Eninsche

    My pet chickens would love to have a new coop! My favorite way to use our fresh eggs is in a fritatta with roasted sweet potato, Chevre cheese, rosemary and carmelized onions.

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  382. Bob Heard

    Fresh eggs are the best over-easy along side of some biscuits and gravy –now that’s somethin’ to crow about!

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  383. Cassie G

    Our favorite recipe with eggs is crepes. My favorite breakfast for dinner: crepes with turkey, cheese, tomatoes, avocado and S&P.

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  384. Natalie M.

    We like to make our own homemade eggs benedict or, when we have a surplus of eggs, a nice big batch of custard. :)

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  385. dave smith

    I have looking for an opportunity to get into raising chickens. I had gastric bypass surgery 13 months ago and have lost over 180 pounds. Protein is a very important part of my new diet. Eggs and especially fresh ones are a great source of protein. Winning this coop would go a long way to insure my continued good health. Thanks for the opportunity to enter the contest.

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  386. Jay

    I remember going to my Grandparents and they always had fresh eggs. The yolks were so creamy and rich. I have wanted to raise my own chickens but always put it off. Time to take this off the bucket list.

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  387. Megan Middleton

    My favourite way to enjoy fresh eggs is egg nog and devilled eggs.

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  388. Venus

    Fresh eggs added to a fresh garden make for a healthy menu. Always best to have your food as fresh as possible.

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  389. brandon

    Why the best way to use fresh eggs is sunny side up with bacon and toast on a chilly Sunday morning.

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  390. Maggie

    My fiance and I love eggs, and they are always featured in our leisurely breakfasts on the few days off we get together. Omelettes, fried, or poached eggs, and huevos rancheros are frequently on rotation; but our FAVORITE breakfast treat is when they are baked in a skillet (often I do this with with leeks, mushrooms, spinach and a cheese sauce). The. Best. Breakfast. Ever. We’re planning to start keeping chickens soon after we get home from our honeymoon!

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  391. audrey silva

    My favorite way to use fresh eggs? Eat them!
    Seriously, if you’ve never eaten a freshly laid egg — try one some time — it’s worth it!

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  392. Laura Duncan

    I love to use fresh (organic, of course!) eggs to make egg nog, but since that is a rich treat I don’t do it often. I also love to cook ‘em with some veggies for a wholesome breakfast. And of course, always compost the shells!

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  393. Melissa H.

    Scrambled with a little salt and pepper. You can really taste the farm freshness!

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  394. christy henderson

    I love to use fresh eggs in my huevos rancheros. Over easy, runny yolk into the beans and tortillas. Can’t beat it.

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  395. Katherine Beckwith

    I love to use organic farm fresh eggs whenever I can- they just taste better and are healthier for my family and the environment too. Our favorite way to use them is scrambled with vegetables from our garden.

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  396. Stephen Snyder

    I really love eggs the way my wife cooks them in fratata (sp?) also in one of those breakfast dinners where you just add fresh eggs. FRESH eggs ARE the BEST!!!!!!

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  397. Vanessa

    Would be so thrilled to win this coop. Planning on getting chicks next spring. Pets for the family and supplemental eggs for my baking. It will be fantastic to be able to offer my own eggs in my products. Tough toss up between Fresh Veggie Frittata and Creme Brulee!

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  398. Andrea Harper

    I love fresh eggs over easy on buttered toast. So yummy and you can appreciate the flavor of the eggs.

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  399. ann miller-tobin

    I love using fresh eggs in all my baking / daily cooking needs. My favorite. Egg dish to make is a fritata with garden veggies and goat cheese. What a joy it would be to get the eggs fresh from my own hens and pick the garden veggies! From garden and backyard to the table! Does not get fresher than that!

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  400. Janet Kipling

    These coops are the best way to have healthful eggs and happy chickens.

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  401. Kristen Larsen

    Farmer’s Omelet-18-24 eggs in a 1-21/2 qt Corning baking dish, add milk, mix with a fork. Add any or all of the following: cooked bacon, ham, & potatoes; green pepper, red onion, asparagus, broccoli, cooked spinach, cherry tomatoes, or anything else that comes out of the garden. Add a dash of salt & pepper, paprika; fresh parsley, any white cheese to your liking. Bake @ 350 until it is slightly browned on the top. Make two for Sunday Brunch!!

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  402. Julia

    Our favorite eggs currently are scrambled cheesy eggs. The three year old loves them!

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  403. Vanessa Prieto

    I love a good, Spanish style ‘tortilla.’ Simple, yet delicious. If I had fresh eggs everyday, I would definitely be having a tortilla once or twice a week. Oh, and brownies! :o)

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  404. April Barker

    I love eggs! My favorite use is in a fresh Dutch Baby Pancake on a Saturday morning.

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  405. Kimberly

    We love fresh eggs for our lemon and herb egg salad with homemade pitas!

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  406. Ron

    I love fresh eggs soft-boiled with toasted soldiers. I also like to occasionally throw them at my neighbor’s car because they’re horrible and mean people.

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  407. Ron

    I love fresh eggs soft-boiled with toasted soldiers. I also like to throw them at my neigh it’s car because they’re horrible and mean people.

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  408. Carrie

    Simple eggs over medium with fried Pintos, thick cut bacon, homemade green salsa and tortillas.

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  409. Laura McDaniel

    Love fresh eggs almost any way you cook ‘em. Mostly we pan fry with water. Egg sandwiches and breakfast tacos are a standard in this house.

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  410. Deanna

    We have a barn – now all we need is this coop! My favorite way to use fresh eggs is to fry them in a little oil (in my d5 fry pan of course) and lay them over a fresh salad with some shaved Parmesan cheese, salt and pepper!

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  411. Maurene Cotter

    We make all sorts of good eats with eggs. Though I have to say my favorite is still a good old fashioned “dippy egg”! Fully cooked white with sunny side up, toast and juice or hot chocolate!…yummy! I make them every weekend for my family! My little girls would love to go and collect fresh eggs first! We recently were able to move outside of the city and we are all so excited to get to live a little bit of a country life! We have decided on 4 buff Orpingtons…to start! The coop is next on our list and as I have been looking at various ones, I really like the exterior nesting box for ease of collection and cleaning!

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  412. Jackie

    I love fresh eggs every way! In a scramble with all color potatoes and fresh garden greens, when making fresh whole food ingredient dog food for my furry friend, baking flax seed muffins and quinoa cakes, and as the main source of protein in my otherwise vegetarian stir-fries and fried-rice dishes. Eggs in everything, please! I really want to raise chickens… would love this coop!

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  414. Billy Mawhiney

    I love to use fresh eggs from our backyard chickens when I teach our Kitchen Kids program. There is nothing better than seeing a child’s face when they learn to make their own pasta from scratch.

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  415. Lisa Alvarado

    Sharing eggs with family and friends! For Omelettes, Quiche, Baked Breads, Cookies.. Love my Fresh eggs!!

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  416. Lisa Alvarado

    Sharing eggs with family and friends! For omelettes, quiche, baked bread, cookies, cakes.. I love my fresh eggs.

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  417. Adina Weinstein

    fresh eggs make sunday breakfast – waffles, french toast, etc. extra special.

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  418. Jim Cornell

    Fresh eggs make the best omelets. They taste better and it’s good knowing the chickens are treated humanely.

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  419. Ronda Hobbs

    I would love to win this for our little place!! I love eggs done so many ways it’s hard to pick just one. But the best way is when we have the chance to get the whole family together, Grandma, Nieces…the whole shebang and enjoy a great breakfast with a variety of egg dishes. Makin memories:)

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  420. Allison

    LOVE using our eggs for egg salad with cucumber and fresh herbs. And of course, sharing our bounty with friends and family!

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  421. Jennifer Hayes

    As an artist I have used egg shells in my abstract pieces for texture….but 1st my family enjoys eating the eggs in fabulous omelets where I sneak in healthy veggies!

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  422. Lisa

    This would be perfect as I’m adding chickens to my backyard next year next to my raised bed garden! I was raised on fresh eggs and really miss them. I love soft boiled fresh eggs, which are then spreadable on fresh toasted sourdough bread.

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  423. Mary Herring

    I love to use fresh eggs from my friend’s coop to help teach my two children what good food ought to taste like. In teaching them to cook, the first thing they learn on the stovetop is delicately cooked scrambled eggs. And I make sure I do the Julia Child voice! I need my own coop!

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  424. Val Vreeland

    I love to blow out the eggs & decorate the shells using the Ukrainian was relief method known as pysanky. I’m making a Halloween set of eggs right now & they are so cool! Then you can eat the delicious fresh eggs in omelettes, banana bread or cookies. Yum!

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  425. LAUREN BALAMES

    FRESH EGGS ARE BEST SIMPLY SCRAMBLED IN A LITTLE FRESH BUTTER AD SPRINKLED WITH CHIVES.

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  426. Michelle

    If I win a chicken coop, I get to have chickens, in which I will not have to buy store bought gross eggs!!! Nothin beats fresh eggs!!!! Have an EGGCELLENT DAY :-)

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  427. Shellie Ingersoll

    I love to make omlettes with our eggs. The eggs are so big that they often don’t fit in the carton. We must have happy chickens ; )

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  428. Aprille

    Egg nog!.. Nothing better in the world than fresh eggs used in eggnog. oooh and Eggs and Soilders Sunday morning breakfast..

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  429. Michele

    Beyond the obvious, fresh eggs are a MUST in perfecting homemade MAYONNAISE for my family!!

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  430. Brook

    I may be old fashioned but I love a fresh fried egg. It’s an amazing way to wake up in the morning and you can really taste the difference!

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  431. Nicole

    The Taj Mahal of chicken coops! Looks awesome.
    Quiches alway taste the best with fresh eggs – well, fresh free range eggs always taste the greatest in any meal

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  432. Patti Masencup Gibson

    Love to fry over easy then top a fresh green salad. Have wanted to build a backyard coop but don’t know where to start. This would be a great win. Love weeding my garden and feed them to to chickens. They’re so funny to watch.

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  433. Carla

    So simple–a little butter melted in a frying pan, a couple fresh eggs cracked over it with some salt and pepper, let ‘em fry for a few minutes…perfection!

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  434. Denise Wood

    Right now, I can taste the richness of a home made custard with fresh eggs, or the lightest fluffiest angel food cake, made with fresh eggs. And of course….Sunday morning eggs and bacon. Wow. This would be a fab prize to win!

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  435. Tricia Story

    What a wonderful way to go even more natural. I would love having fresh eggs in my back yard.

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  436. Sandra LaDuke

    I use fresh eggs each morning for breakfast…scrambled, poached, or fried. When not using them for breakfast, I use them when making rolls, popovers, desserts. Eggs are an important part of our meals! MMMMMM!

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  437. Ken barry

    I enjoy fresh eggs in my Eggs Benedict Neptune, with fresh smoked salmon, and homemade hollandaise Sauce. When the eggs are fresh, the whole dish tastes better.

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  438. Dana Webb

    Eggs in a Basket: With a large circle cookie cutter, cut the center from a slice of bread. Melt butter in skillet and place bread ring. Crack egg in center and cook as a fried egg. Brown the center bread in the skillet for extra toast.

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  439. Karen Veasey

    I would love to gift this to my son and wife to be as a wedding gift. They are the ‘green’ couple and would put this to such good use.

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  440. Deanna Goodson

    As a child I have always loved chickens. When I was about 10 yrs. old a neighbor woman gave me a hen and I put her in a little pen. Everyday when I would get home from school I would run to see if my little hen had laid an egg. Whenever, I found an egg I would make cookies.I loved to cook as well. I really like farm fresh eggs for omelets and quiche. Oh! I would so love to win this little chicken house for a hobby, since I am retired.

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  441. Pam Howland

    I love to use fresh eggs in French Toast!!! Yummy!!! I hope I win. I have been wanting a chicken coop for SO long! I love Williams-Sonoma!

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  442. Tracy Faulkner

    Hi, WOW what a great prize… I L♥ve fresh eggs boiled with the yolk still runny with dipping pieces of toast first thing in the morning, Yummmmo!

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  443. Dawn Revels

    We eat a lot of eggs, prepared many ways, and I have wanted some chickens for a long time. Now, if I won a coop, how could my darling husband say “NO!”? ;)

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  444. Serena Blair

    I eat eggs every morning for breakfast in many different ways. Today was fresh broccoli from the garden, peppers, onions, cheese and eggs with a little goat cream cheese mixed in over corn tortillas, yum! Always the best breakfast to start a labor intensive day!
    :)
    This holiday season I really need to try making egg nog. Mmmmm, egg nog.

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  445. Patricia A. Marshall

    I would love to win this chicken coop for 4 chickens;I’m addicted to eating anything made with fresh eggs;I raised chickens while growing up and ate only fresh eggs. Eggs laid by free-range chickens have more nutritional value then store boughten eggs. When there isn’t anything else to eat,there is always an egg to make a variety of well balanced meals such as french toast,german pancakes,or quiche blended with fresh grown vegetables!!

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  446. Matthew

    I love farm fresh eggs over- easy with some toasted oatmeal bread to dip in the yolks :)

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  447. Jordan Garegnani

    Yay chickens and fresh eggs! My favorite right now is Eggs Benedict!

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  448. megan schlegel

    my favorite way to use fresh eggs is to make up abig omlette for my family to share on Sunday mornings! Hope to win!

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  449. Tracy

    Your chicken coops are beautiful! We have voluntarily hosted the Mosquito Abatement district chickens at our house for years. After summer testing we move them to our coop and they are ours to keep. We love to let them roam free during the day but lock them up at night for their own safety. Such a joy it is to watch them mingle with the cats! Alas our coop is falling apart and due to the economy it looks like we must stop saving and raising chickens. As heartbreaking as it is, we simply cannot afford to build a new coup right now and our is on it’s last legs. We would surely appreciate the opportunity to win one of your gorgeous coops for our pretty ladies, they deserve the best!

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  450. Lori Keene

    I should win cause it’s my birthday on Mon, Oct. 29th! That would make a nice present for me and my favorite pets (with benefits). That’s what we call our “girls”. We love eggs any way we can fix them. Omlets, scrambled, fritata, hard boiled, in cooking, in fried rice, we just love eggs. That is why we got our chickens, but what I didn’t expect was how much time I spend sitting with them and enjoying their company as pets as well. They each have such personalities and they make me laugh all the time. I love my chickens and the eggs are so much better than store bought!

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  451. Earla

    I use fresh eggs in everything – omelettes, fritattas, poached eggs, baking – especially angel food cake!

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  452. Earla

    Fresh eggs in everything – omelette, frittatas, poached on toast and especially in any baked good

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  453. Lisa M. Leigh

    I would love to win this coop, with 3 growing boys, a singe fixed income, it sure would come in handy!!!

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  454. Judi C

    I love a fresh egg, the yolk such a beautiful golden hue and they stand up so tall….nothing like a fresh egg over easy!! The flavor so wonderful you don’t need anything else! These fancy schmanzy coops would make me want to bring the chickens back!

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  455. Terri

    I love chickens, eggs and the whole idea of having them in the city. It’s so interesting that my parents grew up in the country, on working farms and their idea of success was to get away from having to deal with chickens, dirt, and so on…My idea of success is being able to get back to what they had and got away from in order to make a living. Time always recycles back around. What a gift it is that our generation is interested in these things again!
    Thanks for the give away offer and to all those out there who are trying to live a bit more in balance. What a beautiful thing to hear chickens in the city!

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  456. Tracy

    There is nothing better than an egg over easy with toast spread with real butter on a Saturday morning. Your chicken coops are beautiful! We have voluntarily hosted the Mosquito Abatement district chickens at our house for years. After summer testing we move them to our coop and they are ours to keep. We love to let them roam free during the day but lock them up at night for their own safety. Such a joy it is to watch them mingle with our rescued cats! Alas our coop is falling apart and due to the economy it looks like we must stop saving and raising chickens. As heartbreaking as it is, we simply cannot afford to build a new coup right now and our is on it’s last legs. We would surely appreciate the opportunity to win one of your gorgeous coops for our pretty ladies, they deserve the best!

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  457. Kim S

    Right now we are working hard to find egg recipes that my two oldest girls love. They want chickens so badly, but neither one of them likes eggs that much – go figure. I told them that we are on a mission to find new recipes to help them love their eggs and that cookies and muffins didn’t count. =) So far Mexican eggs and an Egg pizza are the favorites. I like them with lots of farm-fresh veggies, sunny-side up.

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  458. Arlette

    I love fresh eggs, probably because I was raised in a farm and used to have my own chickens as a kid… I love boiling an egg for a snack at 4:00 o’clock or having some in an omelett with a fresh salad. These are the way I enjoy them the most!

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  459. Fran

    Love ALL of them. I made my own coop for my two hens, but these are just lovely!!! Would look beautiful in my backyard :-)

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  460. Trudy Hodgin

    A Vermont Quiche would be my favorite….eggs, Hunters Seriously Sharp Cheddar, Onions, Vermont smoked Ham, and a great crust :)

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  461. Kathleen Burks

    Our family loves to bake eggs in ramekins with a small bit of butter, a small splash of heavy cream, salt, pepper, and a small sprig of thyme – delicious!

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  462. Katy

    My 3 year old son loves cracking eggs for waffles every Sunday morning. He would go crazy over a backyard chicken coop & run. Thanks!

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  463. Brin

    I have a few chickens at school.The children collect the eggs and use them to make their lunch & snacks.They are so excited to experience the whole cycle. After they collect the eggs to make quiche,hard boiled eggs which they slice or make fresh pasta.After cooking we give our compost to the chickens!

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  464. Kathy

    My favorite is a fresh omelette, with even fresher mozzarella cheese. Yummmmmm.

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  465. Kathy Eiferle

    i love my fresh eggs poached with homemade sourdough bread. Perfect start!

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  466. Bianca

    love making fresh authentic Tiramisu with 6 raw eggs (must be FRESH, free range)

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  467. Beth Stewart

    I take in rescued chickens from the local area. So another coop would be greatly appreciated. I do try to find homes for many that come my way. But there are always more that need a temporary (or permanent) home to fill those spaces. So I really appreciate the opportunity to try for a win in your sweepstakes. Thankyou!

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  468. Donna Jaworskyj

    We use so many eggs every week I would love to have our own chickens and this chicken coop. I make a lot of frittatas using fresh veggies in season and eggs and also crepes for dinner and dessert. Yum!

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  469. Sarah Seeley

    i think I’m a little late but i plan to raise chickens for 4h and it would really help to win a chicken coop, my favorite type of egg is scrambled with cheese.

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  470. Pat Hawkins

    My wife makes a beautiful and delicious souffle with fresh egg yolks and swiss cheese. It is to die for. We have always wanted to own a chicken coop and chickens. Hope we win!!

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  471. Christina Davis

    I have been wanting to have chickens for so long. My favorite thing would be baking with fresh eggs. We also love to have eggs for breakfast at least 6 days a week. Thank you so much for this chance!

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  472. Wanda Schmidt

    In our house, we love our eggs scrambled, fried, boiled, poached in milk and then the eggs and milk over toast. We use them in many recipes such as cakes, meatloaf, Deviled eggs and many more dishes. Having our own chickens and fresh eggs every day has been a dream of mine for many years. I had them for a short time as a kid, but my parents didn’t keep them for long and I don’t remember why. Now that I am married and a mom, I would love to have them myself. God knows and will provide in His time and His way.

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  473. Kristy Harbison

    I love using fresh eggs for a traditional farm breakfast for my family. Our little Maltese, Bentley, thinks fresh from the nest scrambled eggs are delish!

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  474. Vicki Scott

    I love Eggs Benedict, and I LOVE to save the egg shells to grind up for my compost pile!

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  475. Jean Taylor

    There is nothing better than a fresh egg scrambled with a little salt.

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  476. Pegan Heyman

    We all love poachied eggs over pre-cooked greens. Great way to start the day! Thank you for picking me so that I may provide my children with healthier, fresh eggs and another chance to learn about their food!

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  477. Gale DeHaven

    Breakfast for dinner is a favorite at our house and fresh eggs are the star of the meal. Nothing fancy, just poached, over easy, soft boiled, or moon over the mountain depending who is home to eat. And egg salad for lunches.

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  478. Zuleika Del Pardo

    I love having some fried eggs over a bed of chilaquiles with crumbled queso fresco and a side of refried beans… But I would gladly have eggs any style especially from my free range chicks.

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  479. Natalie Jensen

    My household consumes 3 dozens eggs per week. My favorite way to have them is fried served over grits with crumbled bacon topping. My newest creation is an egg benedict. I replace the hollandaise sauce with a chevre and goat cheddar white sauce….yummmmmm!

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  480. Bill Thurston

    Fresh eggs! My wife and I love them just about any way they may be fixed, fried over easy, so you can dip that fresh buttered toast in the yoke or scrambled with fresh garden veggies or fresh home-made pork sausage or even a nice ham steak, or just a nice fat omelet with all the fore mentioned covered with a little cheese. Our grandkids love the chickens and the fresh eggs at grandpa and grandma’s place. Bill & Susan

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