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September 02, 2008



Oh yum! That looks like something I'll have to put on this week's menu for sure! :o)
Thanks for the inspiration. Oh - and I've been known to make a fool of myself over seven layer bars. Ha, ha!

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Wow, I love deviled eggs and this is a way to really put them over the top! For me, I usually make a fool of myself over big fat jumbo shrimp...with a spicy cocktail sauce to set them off perfectly.


I love taking something simple like that and making a meal out of it. Who would think pan fried deviled eggs, its a first.


I must say, I am one of those oddities that does not like deviled eggs.

I'm not a huge fan of eggs to begin with (though I'm getting better) but serve them to me cold, and there's no way I'll be within 10 feet of them.

Crab cakes, on the other hand… I just might kill for those.


I didn't like Ina's Apple cake either. It was odd.... But I thought it was better cold the next day.


You've got me salivating. I think I could live on deviled eggs. I will lick the mixing bowl after I make the filling. Yum.


i love deviled eggs and just had some yesterday. must try the pan seared recipe. yum!!


I will have to try these, for I adore deviled eggs. Yummy!

kitschen pink

people tell you they don't like the canapes so that you let your guard drop and just when you relax and turn from the table they'll whisk the whole tray away! Beware!


When our first eggs come (and I hope it's soon) I will seek your advice and share the results... you radiate inspiration, even when you feel fickle!


I love deviled eggs! I can't believe I never even heard of them growing up in Mexico, it was only until my husband's mom made them, I tried them about 4 years ago.


I love deviled eggs, too! Those look wonderful.


That is interesting about the apple cake, I too have had food fantasies only to make the dish again and I am not thrilled with it. Food memories are fickle indeed!


Oh and just a side note, thank you so much for talking about "Wives and Daughters" that is now one of my all time favorite movies. It is such an sweet story.


*sigh* I don't get a choice in the matter. Egg allergy. These look SO delicious...

but crab cakes, I'm right there with you. Even if a little egg is in 'em as a binder, it's ok, I'll risk it. Have you tried the ones in the frozen section at Trader Joe's? Man, I could eat those for dinner every night for a week!

uh-oh, starting to salivate and it isn't even lunch time...


Pan Fried deviled eggs - Oh My you are an evil temptress. I'll have to settle for organics as I don't have any as lovely as yours, but I think I can find local eggs at the healthfood store later this week. It's like comfort food X-Treme - like last week when I took my friend homemade mac & 4 cheeses - with bacon on top - it was divine if I do say so myself.

Oh yum - now I'm going to be dreaming about those eggs for the rest of the week - delicious dreams indeed!

I love deviled eggs, too. And crabcakes. And....well, there's not much I don't like.

I have never heard of pan seared eggs, so I'll have to give that a try.


mmmmmmmmmmm....deviled eggs. I do exactly the same as you with the deviled eggs at parties...unfortunately so do about 3 of my kids...not so inconspicuous eh? LOL!


Oh we'd have a fight...not like deviled eggs? Who on earth could say that? Nobody I'd know!


that's that funny thing about deviled eggs...since they're halved, you can just pop 'em and pop 'em and pop 'em without feeling a bit guilty. whereas if you were popping just the whole egg, you'd be all "oh, 3 is plenty!!"...but deviled eggs are, i guess, the chocotini/appletini of eggs. so good you don't realize how much you're downing, til it's too late.


Well, calling them "pan-seared" makes them sound better, but still, no thank you. I'm one of those people. Nice pics tho'!


Gosh - I haven't had deviled eggs for years. Thanks for the inspiration!

Hope you don't mind but I've tagged you at my blog. : )


the green plates! we have those and use them as our main set of dishes (and have since college when they were passed on to my hub). we registered for a set of crate and barrel dishes when we got married but they have chipped and broken at a rate FAR surpassing the awesome green scalloped plates.


I have been lucky enough to sample Lauren's pan seared deviled eggs and can testify to their deliciousness. Sitting toes in the sand beach side while nibbling didn't hurt either. The whole cookbook is filled with such goodies.


Those look really, really good..Stomach-growling kinda good..I'm definitely gonna hafta try them..

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