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Here's the history behind the the name. An Englishman by the name of William Underwood set up a small condiment business on Boston's Russia Wharf in 1822. It did pretty well both developing and selling new condiment products. Around 1868, Underwood's sons began experimenting with a new product created from ground ham blended with a mix of special seasonings. They introduced a product line of seasoned meat products including ham, turkey, chicken, lobster, and tongue. They called the seasoning process "deviling," and the Underwood "red devil" was born.

Today many other foods, including eggs and crab, are served "deviled." To be considered deviled, a food has to have a kick from something like Dijon mustard, hot sauce, cayenne pepper or chopped hot peppers.

Underwood's Deviling process holds U.S. Patent Office trademark NO. 82, granted in 1870, the oldest existing food trademark still in use in the United States. The exact"deviling" recipe remains a company secret to this day.


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The name for the stuffed eggs is "deviled eggs."

Some good deviled eggs recipes can be found at the Wisegeek website and the Shockingly Delicious website. Both websites contain a lot of deviled eggs recipes.

. Ew why would u want left over deviled eggs you freak

The composition of deviled eggs actually originated in Ancient Rome. Eggs stuffed with spices were noted in Andalusia (Spain) as early as the 13th century. It wasn't until the 18th century that the term "deviled eggs" was coined.

if there is to much salt in the deviled eggs the best and only way to repair it would be to add more yolks.

Deviled eggs originated from Ancient Rome. The ancient Roman empire is generally believed to have begun in 27 BC, so logically, people first started eating deviled eggs around 27 BC.

There's no Japanese word for "deviled" so they just say the English word with a Japanese accent. Written down, "deviled eggs" looks like デビルド卵 and its Roomaji is "debirudo tamago."

Eggs of this style didn't become known as a "deviled" egg until the 1700s. The term originated in England and it means a food that is highly seasoned, chopped, ground, or whole mixture that is served hot or cold. The term doesn't just apply to eggs. Deviled crab and other types of deviled foods are pretty common, too.

THE MEANING OF LIFE. and deviled eggs.

I no you can sprinkle it on deviled eggs. They are delicious!

Start over :( sorry, there is no real easy/good way to fix too much salt in deviled eggs.

There are many different websites that offer a great many deviled egg recipes. I would personally go to where they have a great simple recipe. deviled eggs are usually best for holidays such as easter.

5 that would give everyone 2 eggs

It depends on how large a batch of deviled eggs you made, but go by what a recipe says. It should be moist, but not over-powered by the mayo at all.

eggs mimosa(deviled eggs) originated in Rome. The first known recipes came from 13th century Andalusia, however the name came in the 18th century. They were originally considered stuffed eggs, often filled with raisins and other sweet herbs, as printed in medieval texts. The term deviled came from 18th century England, relating to cooking in fiery hot spices or condiments. Since there are so many known recipes for deviled eggs, this is really a pretty accurate name for this dish.

"Deviled" as in "deviled eggs" means spicy. The origin is from the devil living in a hot place. The cake is devil's food cake. It is chocolate and considered a counterpart to angel food cake, which is white and light.

If you are looking for good deviled egg recipes you can check out allrecipes website and foodnetwork website. They both offer great healthy deviled egg recipes.

If you are looking for a good deviled egg recipe then the best place to go is foodnetwork website and look at Paula Deen's recipe. They have several deviled egg recipes.

Deviled eggs, Egg muffins, Poached eggs, Eggs in a basket, Broccoli and cheddar quiche, and omelettes.

Deviled eggs and bread pudding

50 if served scrambled, poached or fried. As deviled eggs, about 25.

'All white people' do not like deviled eggs. Liking deviled eggs - or any other food - has nothing to do with the color of one's skin. It's imply a matter of taste - some people of any skin color will like them, and some people of any skin color will not like them.

One of the most simple websites to search for a deviled egg recipe for free of charge would be at At you can find a variety of different deviled egg recipes for free.

devil- -ed put them together and its obviously deviled and you better no how to spell eggs

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