Quails R Us Plus

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About 20 minutes outside of Honesdale there is a farm called Quails R Us Plus that sells fresh eggs; goose, chicken and quail.  In addition they advertise poultry and lamb.  We didn’t see any of the lamb and poultry because when we got there, nobody was home except for a little dog inside of the barn next to the “office” with the refrigerator full of quail and chicken eggs and money in a bowl.  We took our chicken and quail eggs and left the money on top of one of the freezers.  We’ll have to go back to see what else they have.

In the meantime, I made Korean quail eggs.

 

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An American living in Burgundy, France
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14 Responses to Quails R Us Plus

  1. Mad Dog says:

    That place could be a great find 🙂

  2. Amanda says:

    Wow what a beautiful meal you made. Delicious. What a great find by you!

  3. Conor Bofin says:

    I love the honesty system. There is a farm near my in-laws that runs it’s garden veg that way. A great idea.

  4. Michelle says:

    So glad to see you’re finding farms in your area (open or not!). It really is the only way to buy decent meat here. And I’m always amazed how you can so expertly peel those quail eggs. Mine are always a mess!

    • Hi Michelle. I boil them for about 3-4 minutes, cool them down in cold water, roll each egg across the counter to crack the shell, then pinch a piece of the shell with membrane and the whole thing just peels right off.

  5. vinrgyvin says:

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    V!

  6. Love that you’re tracking down all these fabulous places to buy good food – you could publish a guide!

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