The laborious task to this dessert is retrieving 10 egg yolks. Give yourself a little bit of grace, I typically go through about 12 eggs before I get my 10 egg yolks. A way to prevent food waste in this situation is to remove your egg whites and egg yolks by using three separate bowls. One bowl is used collect the egg white during the initial separation from the yolk. Place the white into a second bowl (where all the unused whites will be collected and saved for further use) and place the yolk in a third bowl. Using separate bowls when first cracking the eggs helps keep the majority of the whites and yolks free from shells and broken yolks. The egg whites can be easily turned into several things—meringue to top pies (click here for recipe), meringue cookies (click here for recipe), egg drop soup (click here for recipe), egg white omelettes. There are many options.