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Whether you’re looking to make deviled eggs for Easter brunch or to dye them fun colors, spring is the season for hard-boiled eggs. But, before you get to the fun part, make sure you’re boiling your eggs the right way. If you’ve ever cut open a hard-boiled egg and found a green ring around the yolk, you’re familiar with that unappetizing sulfur smell and chalky flavor. That ring is a sure sign that the eggs have been overcooked. Follow the recipe below to make sure your eggs are cooked perfectly and easy to peel. Keep in mind, fresh eggs are great for scrambling and frying, but eggs a few days old will peel much more easily. Perfect hard-boiled eggs Serves 6 Ingredients: 6 large eggs 1 pot of water Directions: Place the eggs in a large pot and fill with cool tap water until water is 1 inch above eggs. On…