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How a Few Hard-Boiled Eggs Can Save Your Work Lunches
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stephen W. April 5, 2015
My mother used to make a White sauce add diced left over eggs.I think she said this was Eggs Goldenrod. After I married (and widowed) I made the eggs goldenrod over toasted english muffin and flash fried 3 slices of thinly sliced Genoa salami. With a hot cup of coffee I thought this was a great breakfast.
funstuff2 March 28, 2015
Smash up your hardboiled egg, smash up a small avocado, mix them up with some fresh salsa, spread it on your favorite bread or use it as a dip with your favorite crackers and you have a simple, cheap & smashing lunch!!
anniette November 25, 2014
1)Thinly sliced with the HB egg gizmo, and sandwiched with good bread, butter, salt, black pepper. 2) Halved and piled with tapanade. 3) Made into egg salad by carefully slicing the HB egg with the gizmo, turning it and slicing in another direction, then slicing at a third angle, to make a pile of small strips. Annoint with Hellman's, a tiny squirt of baseball mustard, and season generously with Old Bay. Mix well and scoop up with Triscuits. 4) use the same ingredients: eggs, Hellman's, tiny bit of baseball mustard, Old Bay, to make great devilled eggs. Sprinkle heavily with more Old Bay.
creamtea November 18, 2014
I heat them in the pan with the water just to a simmer. Take off heat cover and let sit for 12 minutes, then plunge into ice water. Eat them with harissa or Aleppo pepper or sliced over a romaine salad with anchovies, lemon, garlic and olive oil.
Catherine L. November 19, 2014
YES! Plunging into ice water is a good idea -- I usually just put mine under a running tap of cold water for a few minutes but that's more efficient and environmentally friendly. Also, that salad sounds divine.
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