Sunday, June 17, 2007

Century Eggs

I haven't bought century eggs in a while and decided to buy some today as I was going through some recipes last night that featured century eggs. What surprised me that prices of these preserved duck eggs have gone up in price. Each egg costs $0.55 now, price just went up by $0.05 according to the vendor. These eggs come from the Fu Jian province in China and this batch that I bought were good. Sometimes, you do get bad eggs in the batch.
A good century egg is black and shiny like this one and when cut open the york should also be firm and not runny.

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