I've always been a little weird about eggs.
As a child, I would only eat eggs prepared by mother or one of my grandmothers. Scrambled eggs at slumber parties, made by friends' mothers, grossed me out. They looked wet and slimey, even though I'm pretty sure that was just me.
I've gotten better as I've aged. However, I continue to be repulsed by deviled eggs made by anyone other than my mother or me.
I like to make deviled eggs for Easter. So here's a deviled eggs recipe from the 1950s.
4 hard-cooked eggs
1 tbsp. Heinz Sweet or India Relish
1 tbsp. Heinz Tomato Ketchup
1 tbsp. mayonnaise or salad dressing
1/2 tsp. Heinz Prepared Mustard
Salt & pepper to taste
Remove the shells from the eggs. Cut eggs lengthwise; remove yolks. Mash yolks; blend with remaining ingredients. Refill egg whites with mixture. Chill. Makes 8 deviled eggs.
It's me again. You can fill the egg whites with a spoon, but I find it's worth the effort to fill them using a pastry bag and a star-shaped tip.Via Chronically Vintage