From The Food Lover's Companion, Fourth edition by Sharon Tyler Herbst and Ron Herbst. Copyright © 2007, 2001, 1995, 1990 by Barron's Educational Series, Inc.
A hard-boiled look at egg buying, cooking and safety
How long do hard-boiled Easter eggs last? Can you eat eggs that have been dyed? Get answers to all of your Easter egg food safety questions.
Egg salad can be high in fat, cholesterol and calories but with a few simple tweaks you can make light and delicious versions of this comfort food classic.
Deviled eggs are a springtime favorite. They're perfect for an Easter spread or for any special gathering when the weather gets warmer. The Kitchen has an adorable tiny garnish idea that will dress up your eggs--and your table too!
There are so many egg varieties at the market these days, it's easy to crack under pressure if you don't know what labels mean.
Over the years, eggs have gotten a bad rap as cholesterol no-nos. But should you totally ditch them in your diet?
Here are four favorite egg cookbooks from past and (recent) present: the best, the most-charming and the most-beautiful egg books from Food Network's shelves.
Use up those Easter eggs! Make deviled eggs with hummus instead of mayonnaise for a new twist on a classic appetizer.
Step up your egg-dyeing game this year with these colorful decorating techniques.
Hot tips for healthy cooking from Food Network Kitchens' Katherine Alford: Hard-boiled eggs are a great way to add protein to your diet. Despite the name, you should simmer, not boil, hard-boiled eggs.