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Hi, my name is Kevin Williams and I am owner of Oasis Newsfeatures and editor of The Amish Cook newspaper column.

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13 Comments

  1. 1

    Linda Clark


    A story in pictures, how lucky to have been there :)

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  2. 2

    Linda from KY


    Those pictures are so beautiful! Did I spy a rainbow in the last one? Also, I can’t remember the last time I paid just $1.00 for a dozen eggs!

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    1. 2.1

      Kentuckylady717


      Kroger, Save-a-Lot, Walgreen and lots of places have eggs for a dollar a doz. just gotta watch the sales :)

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      1. 2.1.1

        Doreen


        BUT the “freshness” factor may be suspect! Nothing like farm-fresh!!!-)

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      2. 2.1.2

        Wendy


        No $1/dozen eggs in these parts – sale or no sale!

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        Linda from KY


        I shop at Kroger. Right now they’re on sale for $1.25/dozen. Not every Kroger store carries the same prices. I don’t go to Save-a-Lot because the store here is so dirty that I’m wary of buying any food there.

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  3. 3

    Ann


    Wish I knew where the $1.00 a dozen eggs are. I live close enough that I’d definitely go check it out.

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  4. 4

    linda fennell


    I have read this column for so many years I can’t count them. If you are watching ads to buy eggs you are missing the point. Reading this is like reliving earlier happier days

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  5. 5

    Dawn Kirk


    It’s an old picture-we buy our eggs for $4 a dozen at a non Amish farm-we like to see the brown,green,blue,& white,even pink shells-plus the chickens are treated well ,roaming around pecking.

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    1. 5.1

      Kevin


      Actually, I just took the $1 for a dozen eggs pic last week!:)

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  6. 6

    Lisa T.


    I agree, if you’re looking to find cheaper eggs, your missing the point of the photo. Scenes like these are priceless, unexpected pleasures in our busy lifestyle we live. Thank you for allowing a walk down memory lane for a bit.

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    1. 6.1

      Linda from KY


      I made an offhand comment about the eggs that just grew into something I hadn’t intended. I commented on the beauty of the pictures first, and was NOT seeing this as an ad for how to buy eggs. Thanks for the slap.

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    Brenda


    I love Berne and go up there as much as I can the cheese shop is wonderful and the quilt shop is a treat to shop in

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