It's rare when we get invited as a family to a blogger event and even more rare when childcare is offered so I was already in love with the happy egg co. and was excited to hear more. the happy egg co. preview was held at Top Chef contestant Chef Betty Fraser's restaurant Grub in Hollywood.
I love eggs but honestly never put much thought into how the hens are treated. I have always been one of those consumers that didn't want to know but my mentality is changing... I do want to know now. I always thought cage free eggs meant the hens roamed the farm but that's not true!
the happy egg co. girls are truly free range!
Bright yellow cartons! No drab gray ones! Love the label system too.
This classic deviled egg was fantastic. Yes that's caviar. I tried caviar when I was younger and didn't care for it but this was amazing. I am a HUGE fan! Also, the first time (that I know of) that I tried brown eggs. The verdict? Smooth! I'm eggs-cited to use brown eggs in my cooking!
This was delicious!
Mini Ginger Pumpkin Creme Brulees. Heavenly.
Duke with Freeda! There's Chef Betty Fraser! I was so excited to meet her, she is so friendly!
raisedbyculture.com meets culturemami.com - our kids are new friends!
the happy egg co. It's simple, we believe that hens need the freedom of the outdoors to be happy and healthy... it's only natural. To us, our hens are more than hens, they are our Girls.
Our hens are happy because they have free daily access to:
- 4 acres of pasture to roam among the trees, shade, sand pits, fresh air
- large protective barn overnight, freedom to choose where to roost and even their favorite nesting box, plus a few pecking toys to keep them engaged
- clean water and feed serving an all-natural specially formulated diet of corn and soy
Disclosure: This is not a compensated post. I was invited to a media preview. All thoughts are my own.