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It’s a statEmEnt oFtEn madE by Egg FaRmERs. they chose the profession and rural lifestyle of
farming because they enjoy working with hens, and they take great pride in providing a nutritious food
for their family, community and province.
Canadian egg farmers work hard every day to give their hens the best possible care so Canadians have
a constant supply of fresh, high-quality and locally produced eggs. they also enjoy contributing to their
community and are always pleased to share with others why they take great pride in what they do.
on the following pages, we would like to introduce you to 10 Canadian egg farmers.
10 Delicious Egg Recipes
“I love what I do!”
to learn more about egg farming in Canada and mee
t other farmers,
Who bEttER to ask FoR gREat-tastIng
Ways to Eat Eggs?
Farmers throughout the country have contributed some
of their favourite recipes. We hope you are inspired to
give them a try, and that they become your favourite
smoked salmon and dill Crêpes (British Columbia)
Chocolate krinkles (Alberta)
Chopped Chef salad (Saskatchewan)
Zesty Eggplant Frittata (Manitoba)
Finnish oven Pancakes (Ontario)
ham, brie and Egg Pitas (Quebec)
Lobster Eggs benedict (New Brunswick)
blueberry Cake (Nova Scotia)
Red sand-dusted devilled Eggs (Prince Edward Island)
sunrise Egg sandwiches (Newfoundland and Labrador)
did you know? Interesting Facts about Hens and Eggs
from 10 Canadian Egg Farmers
PRIDE In Every Egg
second nature Farm, Langley, bC
3rd generation Egg Farmers
* Instead of sour cream and dill filling, use dill-flavoured spreadable cream cheese.
* any leftover crêpes can be stacked, layered with waxed paper, then wrapped well and frozen for up to 4 months.
makes: 24 crêpes • Prep: 5 minutes • Chill: 30 minutes • Cook: 30 minutes