Comments: If They Called it European Kim Chi ...

I love pickled eggs!! We grew up with pickled eggs. Grandpap would grow the beets, the best you could ever hope to eat - very tender. Some of the beets were boiled, then peeled, buttered and salted, and brought to the table. But then we also mixed beet juice with vinegar, salt, and probably a little sugar. Into this went the hard boiled eggs, left to sit until they turned - yes- beet red! Served cold with a shaker of salt handy and some good bread - yum! I am not teasing either - a delight. However, I do not like Harvard beets - nasty! I think pickled eggs are a Pennsylvania thing - probably with a Pennsylvania Dutch origin (Amish). Love, Cousin Jannie

Posted by Cousin Jannie at February 24, 2004 09:28 AM

Forgot to mention that Grandma sent me off to school EVERY day with a potted meat sandwich! It got a little rough sometimes! - cj

Posted by cousin jannie at February 24, 2004 09:31 AM

Eeewww. That's a *horrid* thing to do to poor defenseless Oreos. (00)

You could make an entire Gallery of Inedible Foods just from the recipes on that site.

Posted by Ironbear at February 26, 2004 01:07 AM