Eggs were on sale at the store for 89 cents, so I had to buy a dozen. I thought about buying six or seven more dozen and saving them in the freezer.
I also had some eggs in the fridge that I would need to use up, so, time to hard boil.
“Hard Boiled Eggs.”
Boiling water and eggs, how hard can that be?
The eggs go into the boiling water for 15 minutes.
I think that the most important part is the cold water bath.
If you look at the photo just previous to this one, you can see in the sink that one of the eggs “leaked.” Now it may have just been a coincidence, but before I put that egg into the boiling water, I shook it as hard as I could for a minute. I wanted to see if I could break the yolk still in the shell and what would happen when it cooked. (Scramble hard boiled eggs anyone?)
Well, it didn’t work. This egg was nasty to try to peel.
But all of the other eggs peeled like a dream.
How are bells and oranges the same? (answer at the end)
Nice little slicer to cut up the eggs. I like my egg salad chunky style.
Mayo, mustard and pickle relish.
They can both be peeled/pealed