A Fun Holiday Idea with a Delicious Recipe

In case you missed it, November 2nd was National Deviled Egg Day. The first known reference to the term “deviled” regarding food, appeared in 1786. By the 19th century, devilish referred to spicy or zesty food. The word also applied to eggs prepared with mustard, pepper, or other ingredients stuffed in the yolk cavity.

Other names for this devilish dish include eggs mimosa, stuffed egg, salad eggs, or dressed egg. To make them for your residents, shell aa many hard-boiled eggs as you need, cut them in half, and scoop out the yolk. Mix the yolk with other ingredients such as mayonnaise and mustard and then add it back into the white. The tasty possibilities are endless! Here’s a FREE download from BSN Solutions of a delicious take on the timeless favorite from Sue at Sugar Spun.

About Gail Douglas

Gail joined BSN Solutions as a Regional Director in March of 2013. Her role is to promote the adoption of the new dining standards and person-centered dining throughout the communities serviced by BSN Solutions. She also recruits, coordinates placement of, and supports the dietitian consultants who work with BSN Solutions in its client communities. Gail has a vast 30+ year background in long-term care, having worked within skilled nursing and rehab centers in clinical and management capacities. She holds a Master’s degree in Healthcare Administration as well as a Bachelor of Science degree in Human Nutrition.
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