Eggs Are Everywhere. Can We Live Without Them?

Eggs Are Everywhere – Can We Really Live Without Them? Could we really live without eggs? Life indeed would be very different if eggs became nonexistent on Mother Earth or if California Gemperle Farms just decided to stop farming eggs. So some of us in the Gemperle Family decided to explore this question at a […]

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Gemperle Farms Tips – Easy to Peel Hard Boiled Eggs

The Secret to the Easy to Peel Hard Boiled Gemperle Farms Egg The senario is …. you are getting ready to try one of the amazing deviled egg Gemperle Farms recipes. Then the frustration hits, the worst frustrations ever in the kitchen, hard to peel boiled eggs!. A third of the egg sticks to the […]

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Top 10 Nutritional Reasons to Eat Gemperle Eggs

The Irreplaceable Egg: Top 10 Nutritional Reasons to Eat Gemperle Eggs As I am eating my fresh scrambled Gemperle Eggs this morning, I sit and ponder over the egg and how such a small food, no more than 3 inches long, can have such a nutritional punch. The egg indeed is a miracle food given […]

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Gemperle Farms Promotes Custard-Based Ice Cream

Gemperle Farms Promotes Custard-Based Ice Creams for Summer Delight For over 40 years, nothing better defines the Gemperle Family than its passion for summer barbeques and family get-togethers. Over the years, the Gemperle egg has always starred as the guest of honor at our events, beginning in the 1950s when we owned our first hand-churned […]

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The Deviled Egg Returns — a Gemperle Retro Appetizer

The Deviled Egg Returns — the Ultimate Gemperle Retro Appetizer Just recently I met my nephew Kevin, one of the Gemperle grandkids, a twenty something Silicon Valley entrepreneur for dinner in a trendy San Francisco eatery. It had been over a year since I had last seen Kevin. I still hold dear memories of him […]

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Gemperle Farms – The Poultry Business Magnate – a Heart for Quality

Gemperle Farms’ Success Story- The Poultry Business Magnate with a Heart for Quality Born in Switzerland, Ernie Gemperle immigrated to the United States in 1949. A year later and with $12 in his pocket, Ernie embarked on a poultry business in  Washington. In 1951 he sold his lease and moved to Turlock were he started […]

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Egg: A Culinary Exploration of the World’s Most Versatile Ingredient

  Egg: A Culinary Exploration of the World’s Most Versatile Ingredient  The Gemperle Family is excited about this innovative cookbook entitled  Egg: A Culinary Exploration of the World’s Most Versatile Ingredient by the award winning chef and author Michael Ruhlman. Never have we seen a cookbook dedicated to our most precious food, the egg! Our […]

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Naturally Dyed Easter Eggs: An Old Tradition

Naturally Dyed Easter Eggs: A Centuries Old Tradition Easter is nearing and the time has come to celebrate the centuries old springtime tradition of dying Easter eggs.  On our Gemperle egg farm, the Gemperle family takes this task seriously using some of our old family Swiss traditions of preparing natural dyes to color our eggs! […]

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Easter Egg Seed Bombs from our Gemperle Egg Farm

Easter Egg Seed Bombs: An Easter Craft Idea from the Gemperle  Egg Farm Looking for a non-chocolate Easter gift this season? On our Gemperle Egg farm, Easter is one of our favorite holidays and we are always searching for the best Easter crafts and ideas. We have discovered that Easter egg seed bombs are the […]

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Are your Gemperle eggs hard boiled or raw? The spinning egg experiment.

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The Spinning Egg Experiment — Are your Gemperle Eggs Hard Boiled or Raw? Have you ever opened the egg carton in your refrigerator and forgot whether the eggs were hard boiled or raw? Are you also looking for a quick engaging science experiment to try with your kids. Here is a fun experiment to do […]

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