Argh!

Argh!

One of my roommates shifted my carton of eggs to the back of our shared fridge when she was putting in new groceries. Since our fridge kind of sucks, things at the very back freeze, so when I opened the carton to make dinner tonight, I saw that 5 of the eggs had frozen and their shells had split. Since this represents, like, 40 cents worth of food, it's not a huge deal or anything, but I don't have a car and it's a pain for me to get to the store. Since 5 eggs could be 2 or 3 meals, I'd love to salvage these, but I have no idea whether I'd be risking salmonella or not. I don't know when the freezing happened; it could be as much as 4 days ago. I know if they were regular eggs with broken shells, they'd be dangerous to eat, but I'm thinking that the freezing may preserve them? Any thoughts, egg-sperts? (Oh, man, I crack myself up.)
Tangerines and grapefruits!

Tangerines and grapefruits!

Need ID on a plant. Imagine that!

Need ID on a plant. Imagine that!

questions about sod & some plant identification

questions about sod & some plant identification

Destroy the brain!

Destroy the brain!

Cobaea scandens

Cobaea scandens

Refresh my memory please – tomatoes

Refresh my memory please – tomatoes