Wow! That's a lot of quail eggs! What a great shot for the day! Hope your week is going well! Enjoy!Sylvia
That is quite a lot of eggs!What will they be used for?
Quail Eggs! I love it,especially for Chop Suey!
I've never seen a quail's egg. They're quite beautiful!
Quail's eggs -- I bet they're yummy. When I was a child we used to eat sea gulls' eggs which the fishermen collected from the cliffs. They were good too, but it's against the law to do that any more in Britain.
I love Quail eggs, but they are more expensive than the chicken eggs here!
Nice photo of the quail eggs. I never had one or even saw quail eggs. Great for Q day.
Seriously, I had NO idea what they were. Nice.ROG, ABC Wednesday team
Great choice for Q. I have seen them but never tried them. I believe they are Quite delicious. A
That's exactly how they sell them on market stalls all over Thailand.
I don't buy quail eggs, they are so small and fiddly to peel.
They're beautiful little things aren't they? It's a pity that they'd go off and smell because a bowl of these would like lovely as interior decoration! :D
Hi Kim, I'm just dropping by to say hi. As always, I like your blog and your topics. Take care!
I used to love them...Mine is hereHappy Sensational Wednesday!hugsshakira
Oh, quail eggs, how cute!! they are wonderful.Q is for quince
waaa hahaha we have the same entry for ABC Wednesday Kim hahaha.
I was thinking of quail eggs too but didn't have the time to take photos. :)
Those are my son's favorite. Happy Wednesday.
I've never seen so many quail eggs in one spot! I love the mottled look of the shells.
I've never tried one - they are quite beautiful, aren't they?
Pretty eggs! But how on earth do they not break packed like that?
What beautiful quail eggs! Great Q-word! I have never been that close to a quail or its eggs. I had to use a photo from Wikipedia for my post!Happy Qs to you!Annahttp://annasadornments.blogspot.com/2010/05/q-as-in-quilts-quartz-abc-wednesday.html
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