Amazing Egg Recipes from the Shine Supper Club

Horse Eggs
Photo: Average Betty

Oh, not really horse eggs, of course (since, uh, no such thing exists). "Horseradish Deviled Eggs, or as they are affectionately called around here, Horse Eggs, are spicy... more 
Horse Eggs
Photo: Average Betty

Oh, not really horse eggs, of course (since, uh, no such thing exists). "Horseradish Deviled Eggs, or as they are affectionately called around here, Horse Eggs, are spicy with just a hint of sweet and salty. If that doesn’t hit all your flavor receptors, check your pulse," writes Average Betty.

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Mon, Mar 25, 2013 10:00 AM EDT
We love eggs, but poor things don't exactly get their due. They show up for dinner when there's nothing else to make, appear on so many Saturday mornings without asking for much in return, and do excellent background work for cakes and custards. But what better kitchen stalwart than the egg, a symbol of life, to kick off the season of fresh starts, green shoots, and fragrant, warmer air? Grab your whisk, ramekins, and your frying pan. This month, the Shine Supper Club is putting the ultimate kitchen pinch hitter in the spotlight. Join us by sharing your favorite egg recipes. Here's how:



1. Write a blog post telling us about your favorite egg recipe by Sunday 11:59PM PST, March 24th. Be sure to include a photo and a recipe.


2. Mention and link to the Shine Supper Club in your post: https://shine.yahoo.com/supper-club/


3. Tweet @YahooShine with a link to your post and include the hashtag #shinesupperclub. Aren't on Twitter? Email the link to shine_sarahmccoll at yahoo.com. We will compile the links in a slideshow on Shine featuring all Supper Club participants.


4. Finalists will be posted in a poll by 12PM PST Monday, March 25 with voting open to the community until 12PM PST Wednesday, March 27. The winning recipe will be added to the Shine Supper Club winner's circle (with a badge to post on their blog) and featured on the Shine homepage.