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Dining with Dara: Chickens move over, there’s a new egg (or two) in town
by Dara Moskowitz-Grumdahl ,
Tom Crann, Minnesota Public Radio
St. Paul, Minn. — Easter is this weekend, and across Minnesota kids and families are busy dyeing eggs. Most are dyeing good old traditional chicken eggs, but there are new eggs in town: quail eggs, duck eggs and even naturally green eggs. Dara Moskowitz Grumdahl, MPR News’ regular food and dining correspondent and Minneapolis St. Paul Magazine’s senior editor, talks about the new egg scene boiling away these days in Minnesota.
Dara Moskowitz Grumdahl: This week, I bring you news both big and small. The big news: duck eggs. These have become popular over the last two or three years at Minnesota farmer’s markets and co-ops, and they’re a little bigger than ordinary chicken eggs. Now, the small news: quail eggs — they’re tiny, about the size of a teaspoon.