Emu ewwww. Love the color of the Emu egg.
Price doesn't matterwhen the product is so grossand I want to hurl.
darn they sure are bigget your money's worth I'm sureI don't do blue eggs
I've never seen an emu egg. They're gorgeous! I'd buy one just to have it to look at.
Yowza ... now that's a big egg! Looks like it could serve 10!
Cool color to the egg but no interest in eating one.
Umm .. scrambled or fried ...
Wow! Those are some pricy eggs! In addition I was thinking that some poor worker had to put a price tag on each of those eggs. What a job!
i see them at the greenmarket - and i never see anyone buying them. they're cool looking, but...omelet for 12, anyone?
Not me sister, no no no.
Um, that is a lot of dollar per ounce of protein!
Aren't they gorgeous?(I am haiku challenged today.)
Blue eggs and hamJust doesn't workSays Sam I Am
They are pretty, but even if they serve 10, that's a lot of money!
30 bucks?? I'd rather buy a cap with that money.:D
I think the shells are collectors pieces, highly sought after. Or so I've heard.
Oh good heavens. Not around these parts they don't. However, we do ship the common creek eel off to other countries who consider it a delicacy, so go figure.
Eat? No way. I'd use them for decorating. I wonder how long an emu egg can sit on a shelf before it starts smelling bad.
Like Ellen...I love the color, but...ummmmm, yuck?
Ewww... Empty, they'd be beautiful on display.
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