Tuesday, May 13, 2014

Deviled Eggs (OP ED)

OK, you asked for it.  I stated on my FB page I would discuss a recipe for deviled eggs.  This is not an ultrasound post.
There are many people I know who make these delicious one handed morsels that we tend to hover over at holidays.  I may mention a few:  Susan: her recipe is mayo and egg yolks beaten to a pulp and put into the hardened egg whites and delivered on a disposable pan at the office.  TJ who has no idea what a deviled egg is, but he make great BBQ.  Jence, MS, and a few others who buy stuff from the HEB and are kind enough to put it on one of three tables at the office.
So here is my Deviled Egg recipe with variations.

Boil some eggs in a big pot till they are done.  About 14 minutes for a dozen eggs.  Let them sit for half an hour.  Keep them away from hungry cats.

Clear the kitchen counter.  Wash your hands.  Peal those eggs gently and separate the yolks from the firm white using a sharp small knife that allows you to divide the eggs in half.  place the half whites on a plate out of reach of the cats and toss the yolk's in a bowel.

Now the artist in you blossoms.

Lets start with a binder.  Most people use MAYO.  Hellman s or miracle whip.  You can use canola oil, or some soya milk (Yecccch).

Let's get down to the good stuff.

Beat the heck out of the egg yolks with a Maytag.  (Whisk) then add your binder.  Be gentle now.  add some cream, (YES CREAM).  just a little.  a bit of sel (Salt) and some pepper.

Here we have fun:  ADD................

minced leftover steak
Cavenders spice
soy sauce
left-over Doritos
clams (Cooked)
hag fish (Cooked and de- slimed)
lime and hot peppers (Stock up the bathrooms with TP!)
fruit loops
the conversations of the senate and house.  (lightly)
some love

Fill the egg whites with the stuffing, decorate, chill, and set the platter out for people to graze.  I guarantee the platter will be empty soon!

Serve and provide multiple napkins.  Enjoy!  Thanks for you tolerance.


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