Smoked Snapper, Eggs & Savaloys

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Re: Smoked Snapper, Eggs & Savaloys

Postby P38 » Sun May 17, 2015 2:15 pm

hahahaha

All good @Dynastar27, have to try way harder than that to piss me off. ;)

Smoke some eggs up and let me know what you think.

Cold Smoked Savaloy Sandwiches with spicy plum sauce is bloody delicious too :D :D :D :D

First time I smoked a Sav.

Hot Smoked Nuts is also a favourite.

For some reason I've got nothing left for my lunch tomorrow.

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Re: Smoked Snapper, Eggs & Savaloys

Postby Scribe » Mon May 18, 2015 9:20 am

You know I have never come across smoked eggs even living in the Orient for two years curtesy of the NZ Army. After that I thought I had seen everything you can do with an egg. Uncle Ho's boys were experts when it came to dealing with an egg,

I have eaten 1000 year old eggs, preserved eggs, Some with chickens just ready to sprint out of the shell. Eggs in every stage of embryo development. Perhaps I ate some smoked eggs without knowing what they were. Even two old veterans
meeting each other for the first time in years will begin their conversation with. "Yo go Malacca, Yo want egg banjo"

Rushy you would have eaten a few egg banjos my man, would you not?

We were warned of course not to eat any food outside the Camp Gates cause you risked getting a dozen different types of food poisoning including Hydrolaphakangis. So sometimes, mainly when on the piss, we brought what we thought were simply boiled eggs thinking they would be safe to eat. But thanks to the language difficulties they were anything but the simple boiled eggs we were used to back home.
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Re: Smoked Snapper, Eggs & Savaloys

Postby scouser » Mon May 18, 2015 11:13 am

Great stuff Pete, mouth is salivating just looking at the photos!!!!!!!!....can only imagine what it tastes like!!!!!!
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Re: Smoked Snapper, Eggs & Savaloys

Postby Rushy » Mon May 18, 2015 12:56 pm

Scribe, I ate far to many egg banjo's. My waist line still pays the price. Every now and then I knock one up at home just for the memories it evokes.
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Re: Smoked Snapper, Eggs & Savaloys

Postby dynastar27 » Mon May 18, 2015 1:52 pm

Rushy wrote:Scribe, I ate far to many egg banjo's. My waist line still pays the price. Every now and then I knock one up at home just for the memories it evokes.


is that your other vice @rushy the other being flounder :D
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Re: Smoked Snapper, Eggs & Savaloys

Postby P38 » Mon May 18, 2015 5:58 pm

scouser wrote:Great stuff Pete, mouth is salivating just looking at the photos!!!!!!!!....can only imagine what it tastes like!!!!!!


Scouser

Give it a go ....... Surprisingly they taste just like Smokey Hard Boiled Eggs. ;)

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Re: Smoked Snapper, Eggs & Savaloys

Postby Rushy » Mon May 18, 2015 6:14 pm

dynastar27 wrote:
Rushy wrote:Scribe, I ate far to many egg banjo's. My waist line still pays the price. Every now and then I knock one up at home just for the memories it evokes.


is that your other vice @rushy the other being flounder :D

I have shit loads of vices when it comes to tucker.
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Re: Smoked Snapper, Eggs & Savaloys

Postby Scribe » Mon May 18, 2015 8:12 pm

Rushy wrote:
dynastar27 wrote:
Rushy wrote:Scribe, I ate far to many egg banjo's. My waist line still pays the price. Every now and then I knock one up at home just for the memories it evokes.


is that your other vice @rushy the other being flounder :D

I have shit loads of vices when it comes to tucker.


An egg banjo for your story 'Rushy'
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Re: Smoked Snapper, Eggs & Savaloys

Postby Gibo » Mon May 18, 2015 8:25 pm

All right you devious old buggers, whats an egg banjo?
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Re: Smoked Snapper, Eggs & Savaloys

Postby P38 » Mon May 18, 2015 9:01 pm

Gibo wrote:All right you devious old buggers, whats an egg banjo?


Gibo

I'll let scribe or Rushy tell ya ........... but you got to make one and taste it for yourself.

And post the pics.

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