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National Egg Salad Week – Inside Out Deviled Eggs

National Egg Salad Week – Inside Out Deviled Eggs

Welcome to a week long celebration of all things egg… peel back the shells and enjoy some new ways to have an egg-cellent meal.

Monday – Dessert First – Cadbury Deviled Eggs
Tuesday – Devilish Dishes – Inside Out Deviled Eggs
Wednesday – Entrée Entries – Scotch Eggs
Thursday – Global Ovals – Bauernsalat
Friday – Tour d’ America – Pittsburgh Maurice Salad

Bright and smoky alternative to traditional deviled eggs.

Bright and smoky alternative to traditional deviled eggs.

This recipe is a rif on the Egg Baked Potato recipe posted at The Daily Spud. The original recipe used the outside portion of a twice baked potato to cook an egg.  Here the author used the white of an egg to present a potato salad.  My modification is to add back in the egg yolk and use an aged New York Cheddar rather than an Irish style cheese.

Ingredients

Ingredients

Break Down

Dice, Shred, and Mash

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Posted by on 26 April 2011 in Holidays Away from Home

 

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Fishy Friday Dinner News – Good Friday Fish Pie

Individual Mariner Pies to start the Easter weekend.

Today we are swimming up-stream to finish Lent with a Mariner Pie twist to Shepherd Pie. To avoid a Maudy meal I made the Fish Pie from 21 April 2011 Dinner News – Holy Gründonnerstag Food Fest with some adaptations to a more British take on savory “pie.”

Ingredients

Ingredients

Break Down

chop parsley, peel and dice potato, and grate cheese

Poach

Single layer of fish covered in milk baked for 15 minutes at 350

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Fat Tuesday 2011 in Switzerland

Fasnacht
de drey scheenschte dääge, “the three best days in the year”

Bacon Onion Tart

Zwiebelwähe - Swiss Bacon Onion Tart

The Meal

If you can’t get to Rio or New Orleans there are all sorts of places around the world to get your pre-Lent party on. Of all the options Switzerland did not come to mind, but across the internet there is a plethora of information on the customs and culture of Mardi Gras in Switzerland.

Similar to the volunteer organizations that tend the Rose Parade floats in California year in and year out, small clubs throughout the Catholic Cantons (states) of Switzerland meet to plan and create elaborate papier-mâché masks and costumes for months.  All of the work culminates in 72 hours of parades and parties filled with merriment and great food:

Entree

Saucisson de Lyon brioché – Sausage wrapped in a sugared dough isn’t specific to just the Fasnacht festival, but with all of the onion cheesy goodness to  follow you may have a meat eater to feed.

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