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 Post subject: Now for a Another Stinky Story Part II
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This evening, I came back into the house, after feeding the birds and squirrels. What is that smell, wow. Did CittiS sneak into my house and left a stinky. He is suppose to be in the Dallas area. I looked around and low and behold.

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I forgot I had made a batch of easy peel boiled eggs earlier in the day. Sorry CittiS, hope you have a sense of humor :lol:-JimZ the Gourmet Carpenter


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After peeling my eggs never look that good and smooth. :oops:


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Awt, try that easy peel method I shared a while back. Bring the pot of water to a boil and lower the eggs into the boiling water. Then turn down to a slow simmer. I set the timer for 14 min for extra large eggs. Drain and fill the pot with cold water. Peel while the eggs are still warm. This method works with fresh eggs as well. Try it and let me know if it works for you, Awt.


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Hee. Mr. Z: Just you wait until around Easter time; 'round about when I hope to be berling up pots of eggs.: Methinks ya might have to re-think things -- after some wafts of, er, Methane. Heck; after all, gotta give the cook some to try.


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Hey Friends, this is how pretty the yolk looked. No grey around the edges.

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A little Cajun/Creole Seasoning, and all was good. Going to try soy sauce on my next egg. Never did that before.


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Two after-post thoughts: one for you, JimZ: does your method also take care of those filmy membranes?

The other is, well, rhetorical: Have often wondered why Chef Emeril Lagasse has always, every time I've heard him use the term, referred to boiled eggs as hard-coked egg.


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I am not sure CittiS, because I never notice that membrane. I always rinse the eggs after peeling them any ways. Don't forget to punch a hole in the fat end.


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JimZ wrote:
Awt, try that easy peel method I shared a while back. Bring the pot of water to a boil and lower the eggs into the boiling water. Then turn down to a slow simmer. I set the timer for 14 min for extra large eggs. Drain and fill the pot with cold water. Peel while the eggs are still warm. This method works with fresh eggs as well. Try it and let me know if it works for you, Awt.


Jim, I tried this method except I screwed up. I didn't turn the water to a simmer and my egg was soft cooked. I'll try again


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