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