NOT AS BAD AS YOU THINK: Health profile for eggs
- Egg Outlook is Sunny Side Up. Mannie, Elizabeth // Prepared Foods;Nov2000, Vol. 169 Issue 11, p71
Provides information on egg consumption and usage in the United States food industry. Discussion on the functionality and use of eggs in different dishes; Nutritional and health benefits of eggs. INSET: Enhanced Eggs.
- Eggs, egg-lovers win reprieve from death row. Morgan, Tom // Business Journal (Central New York);08/13/99, Vol. 13 Issue 32, p27
Focuses on the effect of eating eggs on one's health. Federal government researchers' pronouncement that consuming two eggs is not necessarily unhealthy; Different ways of cooking eggs; Author's uncle's way of cooking eggs.
- An Egg a Day is A-OK. Schweitzer, Lisa // Seventeen;Apr2000, Vol. 59 Issue 4, p234
Focuses on the health benefits of eating an egg once a day. Recipe for Tortilla quesadillas.
- Eat this. // Woman's Day (Australia Edition);11/20/2006, Vol. 58 Issue 47, p74
The article offers information on the health benefits of eggs. Eggs are a natural source of at least 18 different vitamins and minerals. They are packed with nutrients and proteins that are perfect for anyone watching their weight over summer. And eggs have the National Heart Foundation Tick of...
- Eggs in a new light. // Country Living;Mar1995, Vol. 18 Issue 3, p133
Presents recipes using eggs. `Baked Eggs with Asparagus'; `Angeled Eggs'; `Goat Cheese and Red Pepper Roulade'; `Mocha Mousse in Chocolate Candy Cups'; `Rhubarb Custard Pie.'
- Wild western rolls. Wolson, Shelley // Restaurant Business;4/10/93, Vol. 92 Issue 6, p101
Looks at the westernization of the egg roll. Original version; Spring rolls; Restaurants offering egg rolls. INSET: Greek egg rolls..
- Savory summer omelets. Haedrich, K. // Country Journal;May/Jun91, Vol. 18 Issue 3, p81
Presents recipes for summer omelets including a basic omelet and four others containing an assortment of fillings. INSET: Six summer omelets..
- Beware exploding eggs. // Consumer Reports on Health;Feb1993, Vol. 5 Issue 2, p17
Warns of the danger of cooking unshelled eggs in the microwave oven. Explosion of eggs; Burns on eyes and face; Harm to vision; Removal of eggs from their shells and puncturing the yolk.
- Microwaved eggs require extra caution. // Tufts University Diet & Nutrition Letter;Feb92, Vol. 9 Issue 12, p2
Reports on the possible dangers associated with cooking eggs in the microwave oven. Piercing the yolk is necessary before cooking to prevent the possibility of the egg exploding when it is pierced after cooking; Microwaving eggs with the shells on; How to prevent accidents.