I saw these goose eggs at the Harley Farms Cheese Shop last weekend, and I just couldn’t pass them up. We got a half dozen for $20. Apparently geese lay an egg every three days, and only for a few months out of the year. Which makes sense, because they’re big—between two to three times the size of a chicken egg.
The yolk is humongous.
So far we’ve cooked them up in an omelette and scrambled. One goose egg makes a pretty big omelette. The taste was similar to chicken eggs, maybe a little grassier, with an airy texture