Corey recommends putting the eggs in an ice bath immediately after cooking. This makes the eggs easy to peel. Otherwise you could end up with deviled eggs that look like dimpled golf ball. Ew. David.
Corey’s secret ingredient is… well, she has two secret ingredients. First, butter. Like any good southern belle, she believes that butta makes everything betta. (If you read that in your best southern draw, you read it correctly.) The other secret ingredient is, in the words of the great southern queen Trisha Yearwood, “what’s this here sauce.” A few dashes of Worcestershire sauce gives Corey’s deviled eggs that little something extra.
Paprika • Bacon Crumbles • Crispy Prosciutto • Spanish Olive Slice • Sprig of Fresh Dill • Sliced Cornichon • Blue Cheese Crumble & Grape Tomato Slice
Y’all, I can’t say enough about this beautiful soul. She’s my best friend in the whole world, my confidant, fellow foodie, and favorite travel partner. God surely had a plan bringing the two of us together. I’m blessed to have her in my life.