Can deviled eggs melt in your mouth? Well, take one bite of these pimento cheese deviled eggs and you’ll see what I mean!
I’m always telling you that food is history, and it’s exactly that with deviled eggs, which date back to the Roman Empire. There’s lots of versions of deviled eggs from all around the world in different countries. In Belgium, Germany, the Netherlands and France, they’re called ‘Russian Eggs’. I think of those amazingly gorgeous and intricately painted Russian Faberge eggs, but these Russian eggs are ones that collect dust on your shelves!
There’s really no limit to what you can create with deviled eggs. The only limit is your imagination. So, if you want capers, olives, anchovies, artichokes, basil, bacon, cumin, carrots, dates, dijon, whatever, then throw it in! And, if you’re a history buff and want to read more about the deviled egg’s ‘history’ then the History has a great review.