Every time we went to visit my mom, she would always make up the biggest spread of food in the world. Usually there were appetizers, salads, meats, cheeses, dips, desserts, and everything else in between. If you walked away from her house hungry, that was your own fault. When my siblings still lived close to the area, that’s where we all went on Sundays for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Granted, we were eating the same things all day long, there was plenty to last that long. We would stay until there wasn’t a drop of anything left on the table or in the fridge. If there was something left, we were taking it home with us.
You could guarantee that mom made deviled eggs for these Sunday dinners. I asked her why one time and she said because they are cheap, easy, and everyone loves them. They are one of those foods that you can just walk by and pop in your mouth and keep going. Kind of like a potato chip.
Hers, I thought, were the best in the world. Group Recipes challenged that with this recipe that I found. I had to make them just to see for myself. I think they are going to be taking over the old recipe, because they are just too good to let go.
Recipe and photo courtesy of Group Recipes.
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Quick Tip: This makes 24 eggs, so for smaller groups, cut the recipe in half.