|The Yachting Cookbook|
|by Elizabeth Wheeler|
More than 160 recipes that offer simple but sophisticated meals afloat inspired by the love of sailing--and good enough to use at home.
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Daniel says, "I ... a batch of pickled eggs for the kiddies ... I was aiding in egging my neighborhood ... place in pickle jar. Remove spices ... Hannibal, Wisconsin (Taylor County).
In saucepan, put the ... In gallon glass jar, add 1 dozen shelled eggs, 1/2 jar ... onions, and beet mixture. Seal and let set for 3 days in refrigerator.
Put peeled eggs in 1 gallon jar. Boil all ... For a stronger flavor, poke holes in eggs with a toothpick. These are great alone or especially on a salad!
We don't particularly ... first 5 ingredients in medium saucepan over ... few peppers. Put eggs in a 2 quart jar and cover with ... frequently for desired doneness.
Peel eggs and place into large jar. Combine remaining ingredients in an enamel saucepan. ... before eating (to give eggs time to pickle and absorb flavor).
Dice boiled eggs. Combine all other ingredients. This is really a surprise salad for your guest will be sure it is potato salad.
Place all ingredients in covered dish 24 hours before serving. Turn eggs every 6 hours ... ingredients in a large jar; stores easier in the refrigerator.
Combine all but eggs and chilis in 1 gallon jar. Shale well then add eggs and chilis. Let set for 24 hours.
Boil eggs, mix all ingredients. Place in container and let stand several days.
Heat vinegar and water to boiling point. Put eggs, peppers, onions, bay leaves, and salt in large mouth jar. (Layered). Pour ... really spice up a tuna salad!
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