Cook along with Andrea Buckett as she makes a sheet pan omelette
This FREE webinar is a presentation of Farm & Food Care Saskatchewan, Saskatchewan Egg Producers and Canadian Food Focus
Ever tried a sheet pan omelette? This is one of the easiest ways to prepare omelettes for a crowd—and for easy meal prep! Make eggs the star of the show and see how easy it is to create a one-pan wonder that can be customized with so many different kinds of toppings.
Join us for a fun evening together, including cooking demonstration, video vignettes about farming, door prizes and contests!
Learn about Eggs
Egg-laying hens in Canada can live in five different types of barns:
- Enriched Hens live in smaller, more natural sized groups with nest boxes, scratch pads, and perches that allow them to exhibit natural behaviour. This method will be the industry standard in Canada by 2036.
- Free run Hens live in larger groups, and can move around freely on the entire barn floor, but don’t go outside. They have scratch pads, and lay their eggs in nesting boxes.
- Free range Hens in larger groups are raised in barns similar to free run, but can go outside when the weather is suitable for them to do so. They are able to scratch and lay their eggs in nesting boxes.
- Aviary Larger groups of hens live in a barn with several levels for perching, eating, and drinking. They lay their eggs in nest boxes, and can go down to the barn floor to scratch.
- Conventional Hens live in small groups with equal access to fresh food and water. Mesh floors allow the hens’ waste to fall away, keeping the birds and eggs clean. Canadian egg farmers began eliminating this type of barn in 2014, and any new barns that are being built, or existing barns that are being renovated, must follow the new housing standards.
Learn more about eggs from our partner Saskatchewan Egg Producers
About the host
Andrea Buckett has been in the food business for over 20 years. She is a chef and food expert, with career experience as a culinary instructor, caterer, cooking school manager, recipe developer and food writer. Currently, on her platform Andrea Buckett Cooks, she inspires the appetites of Canadians and is regularly featured as a food expert on television, radio, in print and on the web.