This 3 x 2 egg rack is made from pine for six small to large eggs. The picture shows it with large eggs.
It is approx. 125 mm x 170 mm (5 inches x 7 inches).
Price £6.50 each plus delivery
The argument on whether you should keep eggs in the fridge or at room temperature has gone on for years. I firmly believe that fresh eggs kept at room temperature and used within a week taste better. This is why I make two sizes of egg rack for 6 or 12 eggs. However, if I are keep them longer I store them in the fridge.
A problem I find with many egg racks in the shops is that the larger eggs don’t fit while standard eggs drop inside making them hard to lift out. My egg racks will happily hold eggs from the smallest ‘pullet’ size to ‘double-yokers’ and are based on a picture I was shown from a Victorian kitchen. The rack for a dozen eggs comes in two shapes so you can choose the best one to fit the space you have.
4 x 3 pine egg rack
This 4 x 3 egg rack is made from pine for a dozen small to large eggs. The picture shows it with large eggs.
It is approx. 180 mm x 225 mm (7 inches x 9 inches).
Price £9.50 each plus delivery
6 x 2 pine egg rack
This 6 x 2 egg rack is made from pine for a dozen small to large eggs. The picture shows it with large eggs.
It is approx. 125 mm x 330 mm (5inches x 12¾ inches).