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    Jalapeno pickled eggs

    This is my kind of cooking. Super easy, very tasty.

    Take an empty jar of Jalapeno slices with all the juice, or even with some slices left in the juice (bonus points), and dump in some freshly hard boiled and shelled eggs. Set this in the fridge for a few weeks. The darker the green on the eggs get, the stronger the flavor.

    Can be enjoyed by themselves, or with your favorite pint. Be careful though. Some combinations can be explosive. Moderation is key.
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    That sounds good! I think I have a jar of jalapenos that is almost empty of the peppers. Next batch of hard boiled eggs, I'll put them in there. I nearly always have access to fresh eggs!

    You should add that to the cookbook, if you haven't already!!

    And when will you be posting your wife's chicken chili recipe that she made for the "Board Meeting"? That was yummy!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by farmgirl19 View Post
    That sounds good! I think I have a jar of jalapenos that is almost empty of the peppers. Next batch of hard boiled eggs, I'll put them in there. I nearly always have access to fresh eggs!

    You should add that to the cookbook, if you haven't already!! Yup, done.

    And when will you be posting your wife's chicken chili recipe that she made for the "Board Meeting"? That was yummy!!
    MrsDS is having a hard time coming up with a good name for the recipe. Chicken chili doesn't do it justice.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dieselshadow View Post
    MrsDS is having a hard time coming up with a good name for the recipe. Chicken chili doesn't do it justice.
    True!!

    Tell her to get creative and think of a name. Some of us are wanting that recipe!!
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    Babycakes makes chili with ground turkey breast and we all like it better than with beef.

    Diesel, make some egg salad after the eggs are ready and let me know how it turns out. Add onions and celery.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dieselshadow View Post
    This is my kind of cooking. Super easy, very tasty.

    Take an empty jar of Jalapeno slices with all the juice, or even with some slices left in the juice (bonus points), and dump in some freshly hard boiled and shelled eggs. Set this in the fridge for a few weeks. The darker the green on the eggs get, the stronger the flavor.

    Can be enjoyed by themselves, or with your favorite pint. Be careful though. Some combinations can be explosive. Moderation is key.
    OMG! We discovered this about 40 years ago during our Pooooooor/poverty phase. It's great! Haven't done that in years though. Nothing like a half dozen of these eggs and a six pack of Hamm's beer...you could run the power plant for 24 hours on the gas produced!!!!! Thanks for posting...brings back some memories.
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