With all the talk about deviled eggs, matzo brei, and scrambled eggs, it's only natural that I've had eggs on the brain. While eggs are one of the most common and versatile ingredients in the history of cooking, you might be surprised to find out what you know (or don't know) about their history and properties. So, I'm going to make a statement, and I want you to tell me whether you think it's fact or fiction. Ready for an egg-ceptional challenge? Let's get started!
All About Eggs: Fact or Fiction?
Uncooked eggs will last for up to five weeks.
Hard-boiled eggs will last for up to four weeks.
Along with white sugar, egg yolks are an important component of meringue.
Older eggs will float, while fresh eggs will sink.
This month, April, also happens to be National Egg Month.
Hard-boiled eggs are best cooked over high heat.
Deviled eggs are said to have originated in Rome.
Egg whites can be frozen for future use.
Scientists have developed an invisible ink that will appear when a boiled egg is ready.