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    Wow, Paul.. That is a beautiful and mouth-watering picture.
    Thank you ... that's my lunch.
    Lettuce, some protein (prawns, here), some salad bits and always an egg. There's some cheese on there, too.

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    How about a dip? Get the hard yolk out and mash with with a fork. Add salt and pepper with some nutmeg. Some whipped cream and fold in some soft cheese. Add some parsley or chives. Either fill up the empty whites or use celery sticks. Yummy

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    LOVE mixing hard boiled eggs with tuna belly (Tonnino Tuna is delicious - jarred tuna), capers, olives and green beans.

    Hard boiled eggs with shredded chicken and sun-dried tomatoes is also really tasty!

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    Celery salt on top or middle eastern style with cumin & salt .
    Simple as that


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryancarter1986 View Post
    Celery salt on top or middle eastern style with cumin & salt .
    Simple as that


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    This is good. I had quails eggs with salt and cumin in Tangier - delicious!

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    I dip them in Gomasio. Really it is just sesame seeds and salt. but it tastes yummy.
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    what about Tea eggs... Chinese Tea Leaf Eggs Recipe - Allrecipes.com

    have done these as well.

    I know that soy is not paleo (I don't worry too much personally as long as it does not contain wheat), but I am sure you could use coconut aminos....
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    I've never liked egg salad with mayo. Even as a kid, I would have my mom make it with butter, which is how I make it to this day. Mmmmm, butter! I mash up the egg, add at least as much butter as is necessary to hold the egg together (often more butter than that), and salt and pepper to taste. I've also added relish, but I love the simple goodness of butter, boiled egg, salt, and pepper.

    Deviled eggs are also really good. We never made those with mayo, either. We would use CREAM CHEESE. So, 8 eggs, 2 tbs relish, 1/4 tsp salt, 8 oz cream cheese, 1/2 tsp mustard, dash of pepper. You cut the eggs in half, pop out the yokes, mash the yokes with mustard, cream cheese (much easier if cream cheese is room temp), salt, pepper and relish. We then piped (with a pastry/frosting piping bag) the yoke mixture into the egg whites. You could also just scope the mixture in, rather than piping it, but it's prettier piping it. It's absolutely delicious, and great for parties .

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