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  • J Levine

    Alton Brown Method of Hard-Cooking Eggs - 325 degrees for 30 minutes. Post says "Baked eggs are better because they are less sulfurous (smelly) and the texture of the finished eggs is creamier."- worth a try for sure! Wonder how this would work for dyed Easter eggs.

  • Linda Warren

    Alton Brown Method of Hard-Cooking Great idea if you need to make lots of hard boiled eggs - bake in 325 degree oven for 30 minutes. "Baked eggs are better because they are less sulfurous (smelly) and the texture of the finished eggs is creamier."

  • Melissa Fischer

    Bake eggs instead of boiling them. | love #altonbrown

  • Marilynn Goldsmit

    Hardboiled eggs in the oven. Alton Brown Method of Hard-Cooking Eggs - 325 degrees for 30 minutes. Post says "Baked eggs are better because they are less sulfurous (smelly) and the texture of the finished eggs is creamier."

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