Help My Brother Out: Too Many Eggs
Recently, my brother moved to a 5+ acre bit of land in North Carolina. He has, among other creatures, over two dozen chickens. He's had a few chickens for quite awhile, but a big batch of them are young and just started producing eggs. Currently, he's getting about a dozen eggs a day. When spring comes around, he'll be getting more.
I think he's getting a bit tired of omelets, as he turned to me for suggestions on what to cook. He tries not to eat horribly unhealthy foods, which he sees as limiting what he can do with his egg bounty. When I was on the phone with him, I taught him how to make simple popovers, which were a big hit. I'll be sending him a list of other ideas, but I wanted to ask you all for suggestions.
There are a lot of things out there (not just baked goods) that use a surprisingly large number of eggs. What have you come across that's been great?
These are super-high-quality, ultra-fresh eggs produced by happy free-range chickens. What foods have you seen that really highlight the quality of the eggs used in them?
Can you help a brother out? Leave your suggestions below.