Title says it all really. I have 5 goose eggs to play with and I love eating both meringue and lemon curd (espically this recipe https://food52.com/recipes... ). Any reason why I can't make these out of goose eggs?
Since my geese lay eggs considerably larger than most recipes call for, I'm wondering how to convert the recipe? My geese lay large eggs even for geese, so one goose egg is roughly the same weight as a dozen large hen eggs. The shells are pretty thick, however, so I don't know what the contents are going to be like.
Or are there any goose egg specific recipes for meringues and lemon curd?
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