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A stinky house can be a delicious tasty house. 
 
Jul. 20, 2011 7:52 pm 
Updated: Jul. 22, 2011 5:08 pm
So, zhis weekend, mis7up, her family, Chef Fatoili & me, decided to have a relazing weekend. Not much to report-ah back just that, her kids are something else. Good-da kids. But she only had 3 at-ta home until Sunday. Sunday, she and her son did some shopping. Man, can-ah that woman shop! But Monday we got-ta to cooking something Mr7up asked for...a man's delight.

Pickled Eggs, mis7up up, she found a new recipe for some and thought sense, it was an activity for her program she-ah doing, what better way then to try these. Me-sah know, she was stumped on one ingredient but me-sah tell you as we getsa to zee photo instead.

Pickled Eggs III

Zee ingredients were simple, eggs, tarragon vinegar, water, sugar, salt, celery seed, garlic and bay leaves. Now, mis7up was perplexed over the tarragon vinegar, she told me. Even went to zee Buzz and asked about the vinegar. Zee tarragon vinegar normally sold by Heinz in zee US, but she couldn't find any and zee day she did her shopping...well I guess zee heat has something to do with not having any fresh. Sooo she made her own, buy mixing dry tarragon with clear distilled vinegar. And let it steep for a few days before using it. She really never heard of it, but me-sah told her it was used in making salad dressings, veggies like, beans and brussels sprouts and cabbage. So she was amazed by my knowledge....me-sah thought...goofy bella, me-sah a Chef of course. ;-)






So, here'sah me, with zee ingredients.












Me-sah loves the smell of celery seed in zee morning. Don't you-sah?








Here'sah zee tarragon vinegar, mis7up made. 1tbsp dried tarragon to 1 pint of clear distilled vinegar. And steep for a few days.









Boiling eggs for the batch




 



 

 

Now the rest of zee rest of the ingredients being boiled, then simmered.


 
 
 




Now here's zee finished producted. But mis7up wasn't very happy, right-ah bout here. See the container. Zee liquid didn't cover zee eggs. So, she had-da make a second batch, to get them submerged. But didn't add another batch of zee boiled eggs. Only 12. Then we had to wait 2 or 3 days to get a chance to eat zhem.
Mr7up gotta to eat zhem today and liked zhem very very much. Now he-ah asking her to make-ah kosher pickled eggs. Boy oh boy...zee smells in zee house right-ah now...wooo wooo wooo hoo, stink-ay-roo-ski! But hey they were good. Chow Bella!
 
Comments
Jul. 20, 2011 9:56 pm
I've never had pickled eggs but they sound so good! I love hard boiled eggs, and I love deviled eggs, and I love anything with vinegar! YUMMAROONEE! Bread and butter pickled eggs would be good too!
 
Jul. 21, 2011 4:44 am
Ha ha those eggs can stink up a house...lol My Dad used to make pickled eggs when I was growing up, I never acquired a taste for them, but do remember the stink. We do put our leftover onions in the kosher pickle juice, they are great on sandwiches. Maybe you can just stick your eggs in the kosher juice leftover once you finish the pickles off for Mr. 7up?
 
mis7up 
Jul. 21, 2011 7:05 am
That was my question exactly Sherri. Just yesterday because he was asking me...I'm going to buy him a big ole' jar today let them eat the pickles all gone and do just that. Plus some members gave me a few links yesterday for some. TY And he's soo ready for more of them. The recipe was good. It just lacked having enought ingredients to fully pickle all the eggs. Maybe AR will correct that.
 
Sinn 
Jul. 22, 2011 5:07 pm
In Germany where I grew up we had yellow pickled eggs. To my delight I found a recipe for them on here! They kinda remind me of deviled eggs with all the mustard in them. You should give them a try, I am sure Mr. 7up will love them!


http://allrecipes.com/recipe/german-style-pickled-eggs/detail.aspx
 
Sinn 
Jul. 22, 2011 5:08 pm
In Germany where I grew up we had yellow pickled eggs. To my delight I found a recipe for them on here! They kinda remind me of deviled eggs with all the mustard in them. You should give them a try, I am sure Mr. 7up will love them!
http://allrecipes.com/recipe/german-style-pickled-eggs/detail.aspx
 
 
 
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Hello everyone! I'm Chef Luigi, Chef Tony's little brother. My brother Tony got a new job, so I am now the new Allrecipes traveling Chef. I'll be traveling from home to home; cooking and having fun. I can't wait to visit everyone!
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I love to cook EVERYTHING!
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Well, I have to admit cooking with my brother Tony is my favorite tradition. We've been cooking together since we were kids. Sitting on counters watching and learning.
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When my brother Tony said I'm a better cook than he is! Ha :)
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