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post #21 of 29

Uhhh,late as usual. Treager, an old man told me once(I was working in a kitchen at the time , learning everything-Hahaha). The more cracks in the egg the easier it is to peel.......biggrin.gif

post #22 of 29
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Originally Posted by TraegerNut View Post

Do they peal easy?  I have to try this tomorrow

 



Yea they peal just fine.

post #23 of 29

so do you put the eggs in the smoker from raw state and cook them for the 2 hours???

 

post #24 of 29


sorry i didnt read down far enough to get the answer i needed!!! i wonder how they would be pickled after they are smoked???  Even in some potato salad or my wife likes eggs in her tuna salad sandwiches also??  just some more ideas to try them with...


 

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Originally Posted by ikester View Post

so do you put the eggs in the smoker from raw state and cook them for the 2 hours???

 



 

post #25 of 29

Those eggs and turkey look great, definatley have to give the eggs a try.

post #26 of 29

Tried the Eggs, thumb1.gif We have chickens so we have a good selection of fresh eggs.  I made about a dozen of them and they were gone in probably a little over an hour.  The kids were tearin em up.  They were really good, I'll have to try them with a stronger wood, maybe get a better smoke flavor, I used oak.  I didn't pay attention to time very well, I had a couple of the crack open from being too done.

post #27 of 29
That looks like another item on the to do list. Is there nothing you can't smoke?
post #28 of 29
Great job on the bird and the eggs my friend. and i gotta say ive never tried doin that with eggs before, but i sure will now
post #29 of 29
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Originally Posted by TheCapps View Post

Tried the Eggs, thumb1.gif We have chickens so we have a good selection of fresh eggs.  I made about a dozen of them and they were gone in probably a little over an hour.  The kids were tearin em up.  They were really good, I'll have to try them with a stronger wood, maybe get a better smoke flavor, I used oak.  I didn't pay attention to time very well, I had a couple of the crack open from being too done.

I am able to get farm fresh(brown) eggs as well, I used the store bought leftovers that the mother in law had from deviled eggs. I bet fresh would be much more gooder. I used Mesquite because a lot of the family doesn't care for "Strong" smoke flavor, but it did well with the eggs.
 

 


 

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Originally Posted by dewetha View Post

That looks like another item on the to do list. Is there nothing you can't smoke?


I work with a fella, real backwoods guy, POW/Vietnam Vet, that swears the best way to cook a frozen pizza is on the smoker...

 



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Originally Posted by Owlcreeksmoker4 View Post

Great job on the bird and the eggs my friend. and i gotta say ive never tried doin that with eggs before, but i sure will now


Make sure you make enough to go around. They go quick!!

 

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