:smile: :smile: Awhile back I chatted with Scott Ammerman about some of his egg cure which had turned into a tough glob in my garage due to my faulty storage of an opened package a few months prior. He suggested I make it into a syrup. Last week I got a chrome planted hen steelhead which I conked that had two beautiful skeins of eggs. I put the globbed egg cure in pan of hot water and brought it to a low boil and stirred until fully melted. I had used only about half pint of water in over a half bag of cure. After cooling the mixture in the refrigerator I poured it onto the eggs so that they weren't quite covered then kept them in the garage about two days stirring occasionaly at first. This afternoon I packaged them and to my surprise, they came out fantastic! I'd almost swear they reabsorbed more cure and water than I'd put them in to begin with! I am very pleased with Scotts product again and feel this is a good addition to the bag of tricks to remember.