{farm-fresh, multi-coloured, organic speckled eggs}

26 Jun

i think it’s so amazing and interesting – how our bodies speak to us.

i find it so interesting how our dietary needs can shift and change over the years, also.  for example – i never liked eggs much when i was younger… and over the last 3-5 years i’ve just been love love loving them!  i can’t seem to get enough eggs.  luckily, i’m able to buy farm-fresh locally raised eggs which were fed a non-gmo organic diet – free of soy, too!  afterall, you eat what your food eats.  so i choose only organic dairy and meat products for this reason.

i’m so thankful i can purchase these {incredible, edible} eggs close to where i live!



they are just beautiful… don’t you agree?!


diversity is beautiful…


uniqueness is beautiful…


food is beautiful!!!

11 Responses to “{farm-fresh, multi-coloured, organic speckled eggs}”

  1. IntuitionMatters June 26, 2014 at 6:21 am #

    Audrey, I just want to thank you for the time, energy and talents that you invest in creating this blog. More than once I have been inspired to make healthier food choices just by merely reading your post. Thank you for sharing the gift of your beautiful and elegantly simple photography, your insightful perspectives, your fun, creative and healthy ideas and your precious open heart. Much love to you sweet sister. ❤ Maureen


    • cooking with audrey June 26, 2014 at 9:48 am #

      my sweet sweet maureen. what a lovely comment to wake up to. it means the world to me to know i can inspire people. i’m so grateful to you and for you and your encouragement over the years. you see my artistry from a very unique perspective and i appreciate your support in a way i’m not sure i can find words for. suffice it to say i know our paths are aligned for a reason and i’m so blessed. thank you for your love, sister… it’s received and given back to you ten-fold. ❤ xxoo


  2. tinywhitecottage June 26, 2014 at 8:05 am #

    Beautiful photographs Audrey! I love the various colors. This is the only way eggs should be available to us!!


  3. maryinline June 26, 2014 at 8:45 am #

    Your photo reminds me of my precious friend Hannah, who lives on a family farm in Pennsylvania. She brought out a bowl of eggs, just like the one you have shown us here. She asked me if I knew how to tell which chickens laid which colored eggs. I had no idea! But, at age 7, she showed and explained the whole thing to me!


    • cooking with audrey June 26, 2014 at 9:46 am #

      that is a great story!! thank you for your love and support. you are such a great friend to have!!! sound like miss hannah is a good friend, too 😉 xxoo


  4. Jayme Marie Henderson June 27, 2014 at 3:03 pm #

    Audrey, I love this post! And your photos. I so want to have chickens in my backyard, but for now I purchase from local farms, too. There is nothing like their flavor and nutritional content. You can almost taste their happiness and the sunshine those free-range chickens enjoy! 🙂 Thanks!!!


    • cooking with audrey June 28, 2014 at 6:59 am #

      hi jayme! thanks for stopping by and commenting. i fully agree with you – the taste and nutritional content far surpass conventional eggs. there is something to be said about being able to “taste the sunshine” if one really thinks about it 😉 so healthy and so good for the planet.

      take care!


  5. Hurry Before It Wilts April 18, 2015 at 1:41 pm #

    Thanks for visiting my blog. Those eggs are gorgeous! I love the colors. Look forward to spending more time on your blog.

    Liked by 1 person


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