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    Curried eggs for Rushy

    Made up a batch of these little devils for BBQ at fishing club today. not to pretty but they pack a punch
    Though @Rushy might like to wet his appetite Name:  20171228_124210.jpg
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    Way to tease an old bugger Harry. I would have scoffed into that lot for sure!
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    Pickled eggs to start him off. 12 hard boiled eggs shelled.
    1 cup of vinegar, 1 cup of water 1tablespoon of salt some garlic cloves, chillies and a teaspoon of pickling spice.
    Bring the mix to the boil and while this happens pack the eggs into a preserving jar.
    Pour the boiling pickle over the eggs making sure they are covered.
    Leave to mature for 2 weeks then enjoy in your own company.
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