November 2nd is National Deviled Egg Day. How about a Deviled Egg Party Bar? It’s a fun complement to a cocktail party or tea party.
See how to throw one, below.
> The history of deviled eggs, and the difference between deviled eggs and stuffed eggs.
> Our favorite deviled egg recipes.
> Tips to make better deviled eggs are below.
Give guests a blank slate on which to create their deviled egg masterpieces.
Set out a tray of plain deviled eggs, plus different toppings in ramekins or small bowls. The toppings need to be chopped, minced, or sliced to a small size that fits the top the egg.
Set the ramekins on plates to catch the spillage, and supply small spoons for scooping (we use espresso spoons). The guests should also have small cocktail plates on which to top their eggs.
Here’s a long list of options for the toppings. You can provide as many as you like.
 Let guests add their own toppings to deviled eggs (photos #1 and #2 © DeLallo).
Check out these tips from the cookbook, D’Lish Deviled Eggs: A Collection of Recipes from Creative to Classic.
1. The easiest way to get smooth yolks is to mash them thoroughly with a fork. You could also use a whip attachment (ideal for bigger batches), a ricer if you want them really smooth, or a food processor.
2. Spoon-filled deviled eggs will look laid back and rustic but not as nice. Eggs that have been filled with a piping bag (photo #3) are elegant.
3. For piping, a number of different options are available:
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