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    Quote Originally Posted by BadOctopus View Post
    @EJCC That sounds so good.

    Speaking of Asian food, I think I'm going to try to make these:

    DIY tea eggs: How to make the perfect Shanghai egg | CNN Travel

    They look gross, but they are delicious.
    Whoa. Those sound easy and amazing. Do you re-heat them after you marinate them, or eat them cold?
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    Quote Originally Posted by EJCC View Post
    Whoa. Those sound easy and amazing. Do you re-heat them after you marinate them, or eat them cold?
    I think people typically eat them cold. But you could eat them whichever way you prefer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BadOctopus View Post
    I think people typically eat them cold. But you could eat them whichever way you prefer.


    I am intrigued by this. I even have Chinese black tea at home. May have to copy you and try this in the near future.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EJCC View Post


    I am intrigued by this. I even have Chinese black tea at home. May have to copy you and try this in the near future.
    I'm going to try to make them today. I'll let you know how they turn out!
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    Pancakes. English pancakes tho.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BadOctopus View Post
    @EJCC That sounds so good.

    Speaking of Asian food, I think I'm going to try to make these:

    DIY tea eggs: How to make the perfect Shanghai egg | CNN Travel

    They look gross, but they are delicious.
    These are Shanghai eggs?? I didn't know
    In my family we used to cook eggs in tea on Easter. And then we decorated them by making a pattern using needle. Something similar.

    But we were only using tee... with spices and soy souce it must be better.
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    I just used my bread maker for the first time. I got it at a steal rate on craigslist a long while back, this was the first time I had (read: forced and made) time to try it out. We just used a box hawaiian bread we got from the discount grocery... but it just finished and omg does the house smell like fresh hawaiian rolls were cooked. I definitely live in the best time ever--straight up Jetsons in here!! Everything cooking and cleaning for me Fantasia-spell style while I study.

    Quote Originally Posted by BadOctopus View Post
    I'm going to try to make them today. I'll let you know how they turn out!
    @EJCC One year we did all natural egg dyes for easter and I used a tea recipe to make 'dragon eggs' for the kids. They loved it, and they tasted great actually.. very subtle tastes of the soy sauce and tea came out in the egg due to the cracks, the more intricate and deeper the cracks the better they taste (and look). we ate them cold dipping them in salt and pepper.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EJCC View Post


    I am intrigued by this. I even have Chinese black tea at home. May have to copy you and try this in the near future.
    Uhh, correction. I'll make them tomorrow. I'm too hot and tired to do anything today.

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    @EJCC! I made tea eggs! And they are delicious!

    The black tea I used is a blend of Ceylon, Assam, and Darjeeling teas. I used Penzey's five spice powder, which isn't totally authentic, but close enough. And I didn't have flower peppers. (Whatever they are.) But they still turned out great.

    What surprised me was that they didn't stink up my kitchen. Quite the opposite. The combination of the tea and the cinnamon and cloves and anise created an amazing aroma. I will definitely be making them again.
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