Salami is a coarse, dry, pork-and-beef sausage that is seasoned with garlic and cured rather than cooked. Kosher salami is an all-beef sausage that is cooked; it is a bit softer than Italian salami. Some popular Italian salamis include Genoa, which is studded with white peppercorns, and cotto, made with black peppercorns.
The breed of hen determines the color of its eggs. The color of the yolk is determined by what the hen eats: Hens that eat alfalfa, grass and corn produce eggs with lighter yolks than hens that eat wheat.