Deviled Eggs

Good morning!

Easter Sunday we made deviled eggs at my oldest daughter’s house. They were not your grandmother’s deviled eggs. These were Japanese Wasabi Ginger Deviled Eggs. And our second batch included my son-in-law’s pureed jalapeñoes to kick it up a notch! They were delicious!

But these deviled eggs took the prize! They’re the best in town! Award winning!

This past week I finally witnessed the deviled eggs for which Bin 35 Bistro are famous.

Fried oysters, spicy remoulade or fried chicken, bacon jam. They are the perfect bite thanks to owner Annie (and Tim).

The flavor combinations explode in your mouth like nothing you’ve ever tasted . I thought I’d died and gone to heaven! But that’s kind of an oxymoron coming from sampling “devil”ed eggs.

How did they get their name any way?

Back in the 1700s deviled referred to spicy or zesty foods. Mustard and pepper were two of their main ingredients.

I’m not so sure I care for that inference. I love spicy foods. The hotter, the better. But I no way want to be associated with the devil! I don’t know about you, but I’m heavenly bound all the way!

Let’s all enjoy our deviled eggs. But let’s not be deceived. Satan comes to kill, steal, and destroy. Be on guard. Just like those eggs that tasted heavenly, but we’re “devil”ed. He can trick you into believing something evil is good. Just look at Eve. And try the deviled eggs at Bin 35 Bistro. They are heavenly!

For even Satan disguises himself as an angel of light. 2 Corinthians 11:14

Love and laughter,



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