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    Quote Originally Posted by Gilligan View Post
    I'll make sure I rsvp and attend his next culinary event! I'll bring one of my favorite sides....

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwillia View Post
    That makes him a hoot and 3/4!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RoseRed View Post
    My guy was supposed to have hard boiled eggs this morning. I didn't boil them long enough...
    That's known as a soft boiled egg.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Merlin99 View Post
    That's known as a soft boiled egg.
    I know.
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    I thank your divine intervention that I was not drinking anything when I read this post.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RoseRed View Post
    I know.
    So, is it out of the question to occasionally make him soft boiled eggs, and accidently of course, cook them an extra 10 minutes?

    TIA. This will now conclude our e-harmony psychological compatibility profile.
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    Eggplant is so versatile. I like to slice and sprinkle with salt to start. When the liquid rises out, I wipe the slices down with a towel. I find that removing the liquid removes the bitterness. I haven't found it to help too much with improving the texture (more dependent on grilling temp and process).

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