Eggs, nature's gift of portable, perfectly portioned protein. Low in cholesterol, low in fat, high in protein and crucial minerals, eggs are great.
There are two schools of thought about storing eggs: in and out of the fridge. Stored in the fridge, eggs should be brought to room temperature prior to cooking, adding all sorts of foresight to cooking. Stored outside the fridge, eggs should be kept cool, in a pantry cupboard, and what better way to keep them from harm than in this gorgeous oak egg stand?
With space for 12 eggs, this oak stand will look fantastic in the pantry, and can be brought out for baking or cooking. It's sturdy, so your eggs won't collapse onto the floor, and it's so pretty, you won't mind having it on the counter for a bit as you cook up a storm.
Oak egg holder, 12 holes.
To maintain the wood, rub with oil occasionally, which will also help to repel water and stains. Wipe clean with a damp cloth if spills occur. If stains develop, spray with undiluted white vinegar, and wipe off, rubbing with oil afterwards to maintain the finish.