If you’ve got hens, sometimes you get a stockpile of eggs. Chickens lay so well in the spring, it doesn’t take long to get several cartons stacked up. We think there’s nothing better than a pickled egg or two with lunch or with a beer as a late afternoon nibble. I make my own and it is really easy. Pickling eggs takes only a few minutes to prepare and put in the fridge. They make for a great quick snack or even a side dish at dinner. Here’s how to make pickled eggs…
- Anita (Annie) Coombe
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