Date: March 13, 2015 |
With Easter celebrations taking place on April 5, you may be thinking about dyeing eggs and hiding them for young hunters. However, these fresh eggs—gathered from several local farms in Arkansas—come naturally in stunning hues. Pictured here are eggs laid by Ameraucana (blue), Polish (white), Rhode Island Red and Buff Orpingtons (light brown), and Cuckoo Maran (dark brown) hens. While nothing compares to the taste and texture of fresh eggs, we think you’ll agree that this colorful harvest is almost too beautiful to eat.