One Of These Eggs Isn't Like the Others
Somehow I didn't notice this egg until I got it inside. I had to wonder if a goose had somehow gotten in the chicken coop, but this is definitely a chicken egg, what is also known as a double yolker.
Normally immature chickens lay double yolker and our chickens are two weeks shy of being a year old. Sometimes it just happens.
I put some other eggs on our digital scale and they weighed in at between two and two and a quarter ounces. This egg weighed in at three and a quarter ounces. It was a whooper.
Here is what it looked like in the pan.