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Old 08-10-2008, 05:16 PM   #1
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Pickled Eggs

I made some pickled eggs. Now they are in the fridge for a few weeks so Iíll let you all know how they turn out. Below is the recipe and I cut back on the sugar just a tad.

8 hard boiled eggs
1 1/2 cups vinegar
1 cup sugar
2 tsp salt
Dash of pepper

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Old 08-10-2008, 08:39 PM   #2
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Never had a pickled egg before! I guess I'll have to add that to my list. Thanks for sharing!

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You forgot the red food coloring!
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You forgot the red food coloring!
......and the chunks of Hot Sausage & Hot Peppers
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You forgot the red food coloring!
......and the chunks of Hot Sausage & Hot Peppers
Thats what I was thinkin
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Old 08-11-2008, 08:00 AM   #6
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Where's the beets, pearl onions and picklilng spice??? Come on man!
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Those are great to eat with beans and beer... Oh and lots of freebreeze
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Old 08-11-2008, 11:57 AM   #8
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Pickled eggs, and pickled pig's feet, used to be staple items in the mom-and-pop grocery stores in western NC back in the '50s. I never thought about making them at home, though.
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Where's the beets, pearl onions and picklilng spice??? Come on man!
You have a recipe for me Larry? I'll need to get a bigger jar.
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Oh Man! Pickled eggs, cheese and onion sammies and a tray of draught
beer.......... heaven
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Where's the beets, pearl onions and picklilng spice??? Come on man!
You have a recipe for me Larry? I'll need to get a bigger jar.[/quote:acvjt5ri]

I don't have an exact recipe, but here's how I make them.

Combine the following and bring to a boil and cool. Add ingredients to taste. Once cooled add 1 can of pickled beets with juice and 1 jar of pearl onions, drained. Add eggs to jar and then pour the pickling mix over to fill the jar. Let sit at least a week before eating.

Vinegar
Sugar
Salt
Pickling Spice (wrapped in cheese cloth)
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Witt adds cherry jello.

Anyone see the Feasting on Asphalt when Alton
got the pickled pigs foot? hilarious
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All the Tap Rooms around Phila and the northeast had gallon jars of pickled eggs and pickled sausage right on the bar.
Now it's hard to find a decent bar since ferns were invented.
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Was also a staple in Western NY bars in the late 70's ...Nothing like a few eggs, a pickled sausage and a few Genesee Cream Ale's to keep you cleaned out in the morning !!
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Was also a staple in Western NY bars in the late 70's ...Nothing like a few eggs, a pickled sausage and a few Genesee Cream Ale's to keep you cleaned out in the morning !!
That made my colon throw up in my pants a little. Thanks.
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Was also a staple in Western NY bars in the late 70's ...Nothing like a few eggs, a pickled sausage and a few Genesee Cream Ale's to keep you cleaned out in the morning !!
That made my colon throw up in my pants a little. Thanks.
After that mix it would..and melt the throne.
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