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Have any of you ate pickled eggs?
I remember going to some off the wall small dive bars, and they always had the pickled eggs sitting in a jar on the back shelf next to the whiskey.....anybody ever ate those?

I was on amazon and saw these....and they sparked my interest....would they be any good?
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We always gave those bar eggs a go not to mention the jars of gizzards.  But im not to sold on tge Amazon ones..

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Somewhere in my mess of recipes I have a pickled eggs recipe!!! :scratch: I personally don't eat them and have no idea why I even have a recipe for them?? :doofus: :scratch: :doah:
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Oh ya have eaten many of both.  We always laughed when the jar was close to empty and we ate the rest of them.  Wondered how long they had been there.  Same with gizzards. 

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Have never made them.  YET!

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My Mom makes them and brings me some when they come up. They just gave me a bunch a few weeks ago when we were down there. They are nummy!
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Do the eggs get rubbery?
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Guess I have not noticed that. They are tasty is all I know.
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Iíve never had a pickled egg that I liked, and was always amazed at how many people like them. The only pickled egg that I was able to eat are the Amish mustard eggs. And even those arenít that good. Unfortunately the director of our business unit loved to make pickle eggs and would bring them to work. He would walk around offering them to everyone. If you wanted to suck up you had to eat one.

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I picked up a jar of smoked pickled eggs from the big yellow candy store last fall! 

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I tried the smoke then pickle eggs here but to me its one or the other. Pickle farmer shared a real good recipe a couple of years ago. I believe it was a V8 base.
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Haven't had the pleasure of eating a pickled egg that I remember anyway. Have eaten many pickled turkey gizzards tho. Must not be going to the right bars.  :scratch:
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The same Gourmet Horse Dovres section Dotch.  LOL  Both excellent snacks!!!  I love them both!!!  I bet a buddy that he couldn't drink two beer mugs of Pickled Turkey Gizzard juice many years ago.  He drank the two mugs and I let him have a shot of peppermint schnapps.  He had to keep it down for 15 minutes.  I think the Schnapps helped him out.  He did call in sick from work the next day and had some ugly colon issues for a day or two.   :rotflmao: :rotflmao: :rotflmao:

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Speaking of colon issues. A couple of pickeled eggs along with seven or eight glasses of tap beer makes for some room clearing flatuance (farts). Even seen it clear out a duck blind a time or two.  :sleazy:
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The same Gourmet Horse Dovres section Dotch.  LOL  Both excellent snacks!!!  I love them both!!!  I bet a buddy that he couldn't drink two beer mugs of Pickled Turkey Gizzard juice many years ago.  He drank the two mugs and I let him have a shot of peppermint schnapps.  He had to keep it down for 15 minutes.  I think the Schnapps helped him out.  He did call in sick from work the next day and had some ugly colon issues for a day or two.   :rotflmao: :rotflmao: :rotflmao:
damn LPS.......... your nasty!!!!!! :rotflmao: :rotflmao:
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Speaking of colon issues. A couple of pickeled eggs along with seven or eight glasses of tap beer makes for some room clearing flatuance (farts). Even seen it clear out a duck blind a time or two.  :sleazy:

Combined with sauerkraut, I'm pretty sure those are the ingredients they used to make the old weedkiller Eradicane...  :happy1:
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