Wow, even I rolled my eyes after reading that joke--let's just pretend I told a better one!
|Any chance I get to photograph my eggs I definitely take because I purchased the cutest egg crate that goes perfectly with the rest of my pistachio-colored kitchen stuff! I got mine at Home Goods, but similar ones can be found on Etsy.|
|Finally putting the deviled egg platter to good use! I got mine at the Swoozie's here in Greensboro, but I'm sure other locations carry it, as well!|
My point is that I was constantly challenged to step outside of my, very small comfort zone as it related to foods, but I'm so glad I did/was forced to. It expanded my horizons and palette at such a young age, and really taught me how enriching stepping out can be..
|Kat filled me in on an eggceptional secret...okay, I promise that was the last one...older eggs peel easier, and this must be true because peeling these took no time. Only one egg was damaged during the peel process...|
|Similar to your cleaning supplies and spare lightbulbs, Duke's Mayonnaise is just another household necessity--no but really, it's a must when making anything that calls for mayo, just ask Southern Living!|
|A fancy piping bag is totally not necessary--I usually just use a regular Ziploc bag and cut one of the corners--works like a charm!|
|Ta-da! The dish looks much better when actually in use.|