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Saturday, 28 July 2012

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hb

how much water is in the pan? a quart and a half?

Cathy

Good catch; thought that little detail was in the post. Yes, about 1.5 quarts, hb. Thanks for reading.

caninecologne

those eggs look lovely cathy! great how-to post. i'll have to try this one day. i just am not a 'tea' fan though. is the tea flavor really pronounced?

Cathy

Thanks, cc. If you leave the eggs in the liquid in the fridge, then the flavors get more pronounced after a day or two. Eating while still warm, the tea flavor is very subtle.

kirbie

Your eggs look great! It's funny, I've never thought to pair them with crackers and cheese, but it seems like a good idea.

Cathy

Thanks, Kirbie. We try to eat 'fancy' small meals at home; it's fun. Plus, there are no rules.

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