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The Best Eggs - March 2021

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Top Choice
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FarmTek Egg Cartons 250 Count product image

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Nordic Ware

Founded by H. David and Dorothy Dalquist from 1946, Nordic Ware is a  family-owned company that's  devoted to inventing and creating quality, American-made cookware, bakeware, sausage and toaster products.

Nordic Ware is best known for the Bundt® Pan. In1966, the winning recipe in a national baking competition was baked in a Bundt® pan. The recipe for  The Tunnel of Fudge cake, caused the prevalence of this Bundt® Pan one of the general people to skyrocket. Past the Bundt®, Nordic Ware's full line of normal cookware, ovenware, bakeware, barbecue cookware and specialty kitchenware is popularly known for its quality and durability.

We are very proud that our goods are created in the united states.

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Jory John

Jory John is a New York Times bestselling writer of books for adults and children. He is a two-time E.B. White Read-Aloud Honor Recipient.

Jory's work involves the New York Times bestselling book "The Terrible Two," the award-winning film book "Goodnight Already!" As well as the national bestseller "All of my friends are dead" and a sequel, "All my friends remain dead," which obtained the 2013 ALA Reluctant Young Readers Award. Jory's forthcoming picture books include "Quit Calling Me a Monster!" (illustrated by Bob Shea) and also "Penguin Problems" (illustrated by Lane Smith).

In addition to the publications listed under, Jory has written for the New York Times, the San Francisco Chronicle, the Believer, McSweeney's Internet Tendency, and BuzzFeed, among a Number of Other publications.

For at least six decades, Jory functioned as the programs director at 826 Valencia, a nonprofit writing and educational center in San Francisco's Mission District, based on Dave Eggers.

Locate Jory in www.joryjohn.com.

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