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    Re: Piping tip

    It's my impression that one of those photos is mis-matched with the others ... Great recipe though.

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    Re: Piping tip

    > It's my impression that one of those photos is mis-matched with the others .
    That's rather let the cat out of the (piping) bag, hasn't it.
    My mistake. I zipped what got uploaded from the camera without looking too closely.

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    Piping tip

    <P ID="edit" class=small>(Edited by chrisgreaves on 20-Nov-06 14:10. Updated photo set)</P>It's my time to make devilled eggs (again) so I trot over to Erik Akis, The Victoria Times Colonist and get to the part about stuffing a few tons of gooey muck into a plastic bag. I am glad I have a cat, not a dog. If I had a dog I'd have to do that disgusting trick with the plastic bag on the lawn, but then I thought "What the hey!".

    It's a neat trick with a smooth paste of egg yolk and mayonaisse (attached).

    Much easier to scoop the paste onto the outside of a bag than the inside, and pretty easy getting it close to a corner, too.

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    Re: Piping tip

    I thought "he" added a nice touch to the pictorial - a watchful cooking assistant, as it were! And I do like devilled eggs so I will try your recipe and technique! <img src=/S/grin.gif border=0 alt=grin width=15 height=15>

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    Re: Piping tip

    No mistake here:

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    Re: Piping tip

    I have always loved your cats, I wish we could have more pictures of them <img src=/S/yep.gif border=0 alt=yep width=15 height=15>
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    Re: Piping tip

    I'll find some more, and post them on a less purrrmanent forum ...

    Now when you say 'loved your cats', you didn't mean for breakfast did you?

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    Re: Piping tip

    Well this is the cooking forum <img src=/S/evilgrin.gif border=0 alt=evilgrin width=15 height=15>
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    Re: Piping tip

    > try your recipe
    Eric Akis, actually, and he spends a lot of time explaining just how water should be boiled.
    Like most recipes, it is a good structure for guidelines after which, you makes your own choices.
    I don't have mayonaisse. I buy a 4 litre jar, toss in some vinegar and chilli powder (if that's what's currently at the front of the spice cupboard) and call it "salad dressing", so that's what gets added to the egg yolks.

    >a watchful cooking assistant,
    Not really.
    He was Lying on his back in bed, trying to look as if he hadn't been caught searching under his pillow for "treats".
    Lying sod, so to speak.

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    Re: Piping tip

    > you didn't mean for breakfast did you?
    Don't be stupid. (grin)
    You can't have marinated cat lip for breakfast!

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    Re: Piping tip

    Are they both mistakes, or is one of them a potential Mister Steak?

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