HOLIDAY: National Deviled Egg Day

Curried deviled eggs. Here’s the recipe. Photo courtesy McCormick.com.   It’s National Deviled Egg Day. Even people who rarely, if ever, eat a hard-cooked egg can’t help plucking a stuffed egg off the tray. You can celebrate plan or fancy. For the plainest, mash the yolk from a hard-cooked egg with some mayonnaise, Dijon mustard…
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TIP OF THE DAY: Be More Devilish With Deviled Eggs

America loves deviled eggs, although we can’t agree on the best recipe. So serve them as a first course in a trio of three different recipes. Here’s a gourmet deviled eggs concept from Root, a farm-to-table restaurant in Bethlehem, New Hampshire. Chef Richard Larcom prepared a delicious appetizer of deviled eggs served three ways, using…
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FOOD TIP OF THE DAY: Deluxe Deviled Eggs

If you’re making deviled eggs for New Year’s Eve, serve them in flavors. Fresh dill, curry, infused tobiko roes and wasabi are popular choices. Just divide the mashed yolks mixture after you’ve added the binder (mayo, dijon, sour cream) and salt. But filling the eggs—even just one flavor—can be a devilish chore. Instead of struggling…
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