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 Post subject: Re: Oh my God! Salted hard-boiled eggs!
PostPosted: Mon March 28, 2016 11:01 pm 
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I just know how I like my scotch eggs, is all.


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 Post subject: Re: Oh my God! Salted hard-boiled eggs!
PostPosted: Mon March 28, 2016 11:03 pm 
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I have half a mind to make a poll about this if I was able to and if it didn't derail the thread.


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 Post subject: Re: Oh my God! Salted hard-boiled eggs!
PostPosted: Mon March 28, 2016 11:05 pm 
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Hang on there, guy. I don't want to get positioned in opposition to runny yolks. Obviously that would be best, but hard yolks are great too.

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Has anyone ever made their own Scotch eggs? I might try to do it later this week.


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anyone ever try a "thousand year old egg"? I tried one in thailand once and could only get one bite down

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Century_egg


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tommymtcom wrote:
Hang on there, guy. I don't want to get positioned in opposition to runny yolks. Obviously that would be best, but hard yolks are great too.

Are we about done here? I'd like to let the folks in this thread have their discussion in peace and I'm sorry I said anything about yolks at all.


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a hard boiled egg is a welcome addition to almost any salad


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doug rr wrote:
anyone ever try a "thousand year old egg"? I tried one in thailand once and could only get one bite down

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Century_egg


Have heard of 'em, but never had the chance to try 'em. Looking forward to my first.


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tommymtcom wrote:
Hang on there, guy. I don't want to get positioned in opposition to runny yolks. Obviously that would be best, but hard yolks are great too.

Are we about done here? I'd like to let the folks in this thread have their discussion in peace and I'm sorry I said anything about yolks at all.


This thread is useless anyway. There is already an Egg thread.

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doug rr wrote:
anyone ever try a "thousand year old egg"? I tried one in thailand once and could only get one bite down

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Century_egg

Yep. It was initiation when I met my wife's grandmother.

Also, in Cambodia we had egg baguettes for breakfast and there were veins and one little skeleton structure.


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LetMeSleep wrote:
doug rr wrote:
anyone ever try a "thousand year old egg"? I tried one in thailand once and could only get one bite down

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Century_egg

Yep. It was initiation when I met my wife's grandmother.

Also, in Cambodia we had egg baguettes for breakfast and there were veins and one little skeleton structure.


did you enjoy it?


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The 100 year egg not so much. Haven't had one since though I will when my boy tries his first.

The omelette baguettes were outstanding.


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LetMeSleep wrote:
The 100 year egg not so much. Haven't had one since though I will when my boy tries his first.

The omelette baguettes were outstanding.


have you ever had durian? I love that stuff


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doug rr wrote:
LetMeSleep wrote:
The 100 year egg not so much. Haven't had one since though I will when my boy tries his first.

The omelette baguettes were outstanding.


have you ever had durian? I love that stuff

Yep. It's okay. Smelly bastard though.

Green papaya salad is the bomb though. I had one in Pai that was the hottest dish I've ever tasted but still so, so good.


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LetMeSleep wrote:
doug rr wrote:
LetMeSleep wrote:
The 100 year egg not so much. Haven't had one since though I will when my boy tries his first.

The omelette baguettes were outstanding.


have you ever had durian? I love that stuff

Yep. It's okay. Smelly bastard though.

Green papaya salad is the bomb though. I had one in Pai that was the hottest dish I've ever tasted but still so, so good.


Love me some durian, something I miss a lot from NYC.
Pok Pok in Portland had a green papaya salad that flushed a nasty head cold out of my face in about ten minutes.


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tragabigzanda wrote:
LetMeSleep wrote:
doug rr wrote:
LetMeSleep wrote:
The 100 year egg not so much. Haven't had one since though I will when my boy tries his first.

The omelette baguettes were outstanding.


have you ever had durian? I love that stuff

Yep. It's okay. Smelly bastard though.

Green papaya salad is the bomb though. I had one in Pai that was the hottest dish I've ever tasted but still so, so good.


Love me some durian, something I miss a lot from NYC.
Pok Pok in Portland had a green papaya salad that flushed a nasty head cold out of my face in about ten minutes.


make us a durian ice cream


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 Post subject: Re: Oh my God! Salted hard-boiled eggs!
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That'd be nice. :thumbsup:


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 Post subject: Re: Oh my God! Salted hard-boiled eggs!
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doug rr wrote:
tragabigzanda wrote:
LetMeSleep wrote:
doug rr wrote:
LetMeSleep wrote:
The 100 year egg not so much. Haven't had one since though I will when my boy tries his first.

The omelette baguettes were outstanding.


have you ever had durian? I love that stuff

Yep. It's okay. Smelly bastard though.

Green papaya salad is the bomb though. I had one in Pai that was the hottest dish I've ever tasted but still so, so good.


Love me some durian, something I miss a lot from NYC.
Pok Pok in Portland had a green papaya salad that flushed a nasty head cold out of my face in about ten minutes.


make us a durian ice cream


I'm in Seattle in two weeks, I'll see if I can find some.


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I'm cooking three of these right now

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