Deviled Eggs Extravaganza
Eight people stepped up to participate in the competition, though pretty much everyone in the office showed up to be a taster.
Kirsten Vala entered beet-pickled deviled eggs, bringing a bit of color to the competition.
Leora Schachter brought two holidays together with her Passover Eggs, made up of the usual suspects plus horseradish mayo, kosher dill pickles, and pickle juice.
But in the end, the competition came down to two unique takes on deviled eggs: Deviled Mary Shooter and Curried Deviled Eggs.
Sarah De Heer's Bloody Mary Shooters had all the elements of their namesake drink worked into the dish: tomato juice, celery salt, Worcestershire sauce, and even vodka made it in (layered beneath the filling, so it would soak into the filling).
Michelle Buffardi dressed her deviled eggs up with a touch of curry powder and then topped them off with cilantro and chives.
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