MISSISSAUGA, ON, Dec. 1st, 2015 /CNW/ - The holidays are sneaking up on us once again with all its bustle of activity. Egg Farmers of Ontario (EFO) wants to ease the rush by reducing your time in the kitchen without compromising taste with these deliciously easy recipes.
Start the season (and your holiday parties) off right with tasty and unique appetizers like our Zucchini-Feta Triangles and Classic Yorkshire Pudding.
Zucchini-Feta Triangles– These beautiful and festive bite-sized appetizers are perfect for potlucks, parties or unexpected guests. They are a great way to discretely add vegetables to your holiday celebrations.
Classic Yorkshire Pudding – Crusty on the outside, fluffy on the inside is the perfect description for this traditional British delicacy. Choose to serve in the traditional style with a roast dinner or as an appetizer with thinly sliced roast beef and horseradish cream.
Eggs are nature's multivitamin and when you choose to include fresh Ontario eggs in your holiday dishes, you are supporting local egg farm families. Gather your own loved ones together for a magical celebration and enjoy the sights, sounds and of course the wonderful tastes that go along with this joyous season!
Please visit getcracking.ca for these and countless other egg recipes that are sure to make your season merry and bright!
Egg Farmers of Ontario represents the approximately 440 egg farmers and pullet growers in Ontario. It is an independent, self-governing organization funded entirely by egg and pullet farmers.
SOURCE Egg Farmers of Ontario
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For further information: Pam Passerino, Communications Liaison, Egg Farmers of Ontario, 905-858-9790