pickled eggs

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PrinceAlbert

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#3
Why would you pickle ducks eggs? In fact, why would you pickle any egg?

I like pickled onions, piccallily, gherkins et all, but eggs are ******* minging.
 
#4
you could eat them the next day, they would have a delicate flavour.

Leave in fridge for a month and they would be strong.

Most commercial pickled eggs are pickled in a very strong vinegar solution.

when you do your own, make it half vinegar half water and a spoon of sugar.

eat within a week.
 
#10
#14
Jarrod, I don't think pickled eggs are the best idea in the world for a man of your, ahem...preferences to be partaking in.

You'd end up with an arse like a Jap flag that's been used to mop up a pint of bisto!
 

jarrod248

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#17
Jarrod, I don't think pickled eggs are the best idea in the world for a man of your, ahem...preferences to be partaking in.

You'd end up with an arse like a Jap flag that's been used to mop up a pint of bisto!
It's the 2for1's at Tesco so I'm pickling some. I'll be responsible for my own actions, worry not.
 
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trowel

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#19
Have you ever considered a career in advertising? That sounds so delicious that I'm just off for a dozen duck eggs and half a gallon of Sarsons.
That`s how I like them, brown. Pickled eggs in white vinegar are just not the same.
 
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