My wife and I rarely eat eggs. I wont say that we are vegans... we purchase things that are not vegan, but they are produced locally and organically and are from farms that we can actually walk around on. We think that this has a more positive effect on the world around us than not touching anything that isn't vegan. We want to create a demand for local small businesses that believe in the ethics and practices that we believe in. (I know there are some contradictions and issues in the practice that we subscribe to, but we are constantly altering the way we look at things, trying to figure out what is the best method for us.)
But today, I must make about three dozen hard boiled eggs for my sister's wedding. I am in the process of doing so. Some of them will become buffalo eggs, some will be red beet eggs, some will be mustard eggs and some will be dill pickle eggs. They all will then become deviled eggs. Here are three of those three dozen.
Beautiful Local Brown Eggs
These eggs have such a nice color to them. So unlike the bleached white things you get at those massive grocery stores. They would go rather well with a slice of that honey oat wheat bread that is sitting in the background of the photo.