Super-Cheap Duck Eggs!
My CSA just sent out an email saying that this year they will be offering a limited supply of duck eggs at the astonishing price of $6/dozen!!! (Yes, my CSA hasn't started yet - I live in the Great White North; we're still pretty much stuck on rhubarb and asparagus.) I've only been privileged to try duck eggs once in my life - they were drizzled with truffle oil and OMG, it was a life-altering experience.
However - what am I to do with lots of duck eggs? Sure, I could just get a half-dozen, but at that price I want to stock up, since lord knows if I'll ever be able to afford them again (especially if I am indeed doomed to a life of data entry, which at this point is looking ever-more likely)! I want to make sure that I showcase the flavor, without burying it (I tend to be a bit of a flavor-burier, mostly because a) I'm a spice addict, and b) I'm a one-pot meal queen). Of course, hard-boiled, fried, and scrambled are in the works, but I wanted to see what kinds of lovely ideas all of you might have as well!