What do you do with an ostrich egg?
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Anything you'd do with a chicken egg, just that there's a lot more egg. I'm pretty sure they get sold almost solely for of their novelty.
Use it as you would a regular egg, except it takes a lot more time & effort to crack and cook it! The shell is so tough that its used for making ornamental lampshades!.
here's an article http://www.slashfood.com...
Found this rather LOOONG video for making an ostrich egg
Our wonderful Peter S asked this question a while ago, and there were some good answers. http://www.food52.com/foodpickle...
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Sam Mason, a great chef and one of my co-vendors at the Brooklyn Smorgasburg market, uses Emu eggs to make "Luxury Mayonnaise". Looks pretty impressive!
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Peter's question was an April 1 gem: http://www.food52.com/foodpickle...
We're still waiting for his Peter's report. Not an April Fool's Day joke to us pickle people.
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