Do you like eggs? I do too. I eat a soft-boiled egg every day, and I buy them from the Whole Foods Co-op because I don’t know what shit they put into mass produced eggs and I want organic food in my body. But I hear pasture-raised eggs are even better than organic! Less fat, healthier, etc. So … two friends of mine have launched an egg production farm, called Locally Laid Eggs, where they are tending hens that are laying eggs! And they are selling those eggs! Yum.
You can buy them at Whole Foods Co-op and at Northern Waters Smokehaus, if you want to cook up those beauties yourself. Or, if you order eggs at Zeitgeist Cafe or Duluth Grill, you can ask to make sure your eggs have been Locally Laid, because I hear they are using Locally Laid eggs these days.
Oh, and they have nice T-shirts that friends of mine — even elsewhere — are already clamoring to get their hands on. Because everyone dreams of getting locally laid.
So, keep your eye out, you might get lucky and get Locally Laid. Let me know what you think.
It reminds me of an ad for Berkeley Farms milk when I was a kid, “Cows in Berkeley?” Never mind.