Cute deviled egg holder! I have one, too, so I'm in the "don't mind if I do category" also. Makes life so much more fun. By the way, those pics of Baby are adorable!
I'm not sure why Deviled eggs escaped me as something to do with all the hardboiled eggs that eli smashed on the ground. Thanks for the reminder, as I am in your camp.I'm also not sure why Eli threw so many eggs on the ground. Oh well.
Devilled eggs are fantastic. I posted a picture on Facebook of most of the deviled eggs I made for our Easter party, they covered the entire counter. It was deviled egg nirvana.:)
Love them, except for when people put pickle relish in them. Blech.
I'm a totally ewwwwwwwwwwwwww person. However, I've been told that the ones I make will bring a man to his knees. At least that's what Mr. Smoochiefrog's office tells me. :)
Pickle relish does not belong in deviled eggs. Ugh. Mayo, mustard, salt and pepper. Those are your tickets to deviled egg heaven :)
I could eat a whole tray of deviled eggs in one sitting. 24 deviled eggs, down the hatch. What's not to love??Mrs. Smitty always gets pissed at me because she will spend all this time making deviled eggs, and by the time the party/celebration/gathering starts, half are gone already.See, it starts like this: I can have 1. She made extra, so I can have just one and she won't notice.OK. 2. Maybe 3 is ok. 4? Sure. 4. Etc.
I agree with the above! Mustard Mayo Salt Pepper! YUM I made a tray of 30+ yesterday ... and Mr. Toots ate most of them LOL
I'm firmly in your camp. But I put bleu cheese in my deviled eggs...I'm not a purist! Also, I like dill pickle relish in them, but not sweet relish.
The year I accidently sprinkled cayenne instead of paprika on the deviled eggs was an eye opener...but some people said do it again.
yum!!! i need those!
I used to love them...then my last year in Boston, I got horribly sick around Easter (well it was Ostara/spring equinox). I had hosted the Ostara celebrations and had about nine million hardboiled and deviled eggs in the house.I ate them all, while not feeling well, because I was broke and unable to leave to go shopping...Now I cannot eat hardboiled eggs in any form. It's really sad.
I love them!
Mmmmmm... a little pickle juice (not relish) tossed into the mix is yummy, too. No, I'm not pregnant again.
I say yum.
Love love love 'em!Hope you had a great Easter.
Those look so good!
Dangit, I forgot about these! Damn baby brain!
I absolutely deviled eggs!
Smitty," 24 deviled eggs, down the hatch.LOL... yeah... we can throw 'em back.smoochiefrog,How did I know you'd be in the Eww category? ;)Marliyn,I think I got it as Cost Plus World Market a long time ago... the only problem is it only holds 8 deviled eggs... and we all know you're making 24 minimum ;)Nutmeg,"Thanks for the reminder"giddy upJenny O,horrors... I've never had them with pickle relish. That's okay in egg salad but I do not want chunks in my deviled egg!Chris,I always think of you guys at Easter knowing you are going all out for your party. I'll have to check out the pic.Michelline,"Mayo, mustard, salt and pepper."exactly.BSOnlyToots,"Mr. Toots ate most of them "LOL... my brother is like that. He'll literally eat them all.HicktownDiva,Once I had them with pesto in them and that was delish. Mom,hmm... I can see that as a good twist.Elizabeth,yeah that would do it.Torey,They are the perfect one handed food... and I/m thinking you could use some of that these days.Congratulations by the way!!!Preppy Mama,Me too :)Deb,interesting... I might try that... a little pickle flavor but no lumps.
Julie,agreedP.O.M,We did. I hope you did too.Lishak,They were :)Heather,They're not just for Easter you know ;)Sunshine Mom,It seems you are in very good company.
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