I will eat your eggs.
I discovered ostrich and emu eggs at the new Whole Foods today, among the other exotica (quail & duck). I've never seen ostrich and emu eggs for sale before! I thought there were legal restrictions that prohibited sale of wild bird eggs, so I suppose these were farmed. No matter.
They are hefty eggs, with a hefty price tag ($20/egg). But, I was hungry, and curious, and had an extra $40 tucked into my shoe. I have no idea what to do with my mighty eggs. I spoke to the produce guy, who said you can cook them just like any other egg. I asked how long it would take to hard-boil an ostrich egg. A few hours, he guessed.
Ostrich egg-drop soup?