Very good quality and taste well worth the expensi
Very good quality and taste well worth the expensive Please
Usually good quality - pretty shells if needed
Generally, I like these eggs - the colour of the shells isn't that important to me as I'm not trying to entice kids to eat them and the shells go in the bin, after all! If ordering online, like any eggs, make sure you add a picker's note to get the longest use-by date possible if you won't use them within a week as quality deteriorates I have no issue with mixed-size boxes as a) hens don't lay eggs to a standard size to pander to human beings! b) it's not that hard to adjust a recipe - cooking a Victoria sandwich? Well, it's equal quantities of eggs, fat, flour & sugar, so weigh the eggs first then the rest - cooking lesson No 1 when I was at school in the 1970s and before that at home where my Nan just used balance scales... c) anything else like scrambled eggs - seriously, how hard is it to break another egg into the pan? I used to keep ducks and hens, so know when an egg is fresh - when broken into a pan / dish etc, the yolk should be bright, firm and domed, the white should be in two parts - a slightly lower dome around the yolk and then a flatter dome outside of that... It should NOT spread across half a frying pan - that's stale! People used to refuse to take my duck's eggs when they were 3 days old saying "OMG, they'd 3 days old!" - until I pointed out supermarket eggs are generally 3 weeks old before they hit the shop & then have a use-by date of a week or more... There's so much knowledge around food that's in danger of being lost... it's partly why I add reviews as I often see things that are just about people not understanding how to store things properly, what can safely be kept / used beyond those dates we see or even, how to cook basic things
The BEST eggs I have ever had, so far! I'm over th
The BEST eggs I have ever had, so far! I'm over the moon and use them for frying eggs my husband loved it so much also surprised with the egg yolks colour, so rich and tasty! Absolutely PERFECT! I definitely will buy it again because it will make my dishes or breakfast much more luxury. 5 stars ★★★★★
Fun blue eggs with bright yellow yolks
Fun really blue eggs, with bright yellow yolks. A luxury for breakfast.
good one product
good one product
They're good eggs, but I'd take Clarence Court egg
They're good eggs, but I'd take Clarence Court eggs over them any day (which sadly are unavailable at Tesco)
well worth the cost
I haven't had the blue ones, but the very brown ones, the Chestnut Moran were lovely. The taste and quality were excellent. They were the best eggs I've had for a long time. They also cooked well and didn't break when put into boiling water, straight from the fridge. If they were stocked I'd buy them again.
good value .
very good I have had mine fried and boild sliced up on a role with some salad.
Not for me
Not impressed with these eggs at all. They seemed stale despite quite a long sell by date..the whites were flat and both the yolks broke in the pan. Certainly not the finest as advertised.
Well worth the extra cost.
Bought these to try as "something different" and I wasn't disappointed, great quality eggs, lovely tasting and make awesome scrambled eggs.