The Traditional Free Range Egg Company’s award-winning Dabbling Free goose eggs are now back on the menu, as the Somerset-based free range egg producer and supplier’s noisiest girls come into laying season once again. Free to graze, dabble and honk in the fields all day long before snuggling up together in their straw beds at night, the Dabbling Free girls each lay up to 35 to 45 eggs during the season, which lasts from March to June.
Packed full of flavour and boasting a giant golden beachball-like yolk and rich creamy white, a Dabbling Free goose egg, which is the equivalent of three medium hens eggs, takes the classic fried, baked, scrambled or soft-boiled egg to indulgent new heights. Safely stored inside a little cardboard shed, inspired by owners Dan and Briony Wood’s commitment to traditional free range egg farming, these eggs make for an ideal gift or a supersized ingredient to savour.
The Traditional Free Range Egg Company’s Dabbling Free goose eggs, which are produced using methods that can be traced back to the roots of free range egg production, come in packs of two and are available from Selfridges and other independent retailers across the UK, including delis, farm shops, butchers and grocery stores, RRP £9.99.
For more information about The Traditional Free Range Egg Company, please visit www.thetraditionalfreerangeeggcompany.co.uk.