Marshmallow Peeps

April 22, 2011 by Post Team 

Marshmallow Peeps, There are more ways to cook an egg which opinions about which of those ways is the best. But all the Easter season, boiled eggs rule the roost. Unfortunately, once you hard-boil an egg, really spoil faster than raw because cooking removes the natural protective layer around the shell. (The USDA recommends leaving only hard-boiled eggs in the refrigerator for two hours, although this is a very conservative estimate.)

Fortunately, the chef road just learned a new trick of boiling the difficulty in crossing without even boiling water, but this method requires a campfire. First, the package of the eggs carefully, using a hard container, about six eggs Coghlan holder. It should keep well for a travel bag, after all, in some cultures, people store eggs at room temperature for one week (again, however, the USDA does not at all recommend the latter).

Then, unless it is winter, keep the eggs in the center of your package. This isolates the warm ambient temperature and sunshade. Take care, warm weather and direct sunlight as much speed degradation.

At camp, enjoy a typical fireplace, but trap some of the still hot ashes and coals to one side, and bury their eggs in them. Have boiled eggs in about minutes and cooked eggs in 15 to 20, depending on the temperature of the ash.

I will leave the decoration of eggs (smear with wild berry juice?), But for dessert, try some unevenly marshmallow peeps, our editor in chief swears by. Just be careful if you go to a sample of top research scientist beak peeping subject to low air pressure or low temperatures can have fatal consequences for the queers almost pastel.

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