National Deviled Egg Day Philadelphia

November 2nd, is National Deviled Egg Day!

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Philadelphia, PA -  November 2nd, is National Deviled Egg Day! To give you some background about the classic creamy concoction, variations of the modern-day deviled egg can be traced back to ancient Rome where eggs were boiled, seasoned with spicy sauces and then typically served at the beginning of a meal.Philadelphia, PA -  November 2nd, is National Deviled Egg Day! To give you some background about the classic creamy concoction, variations of the modern-day deviled egg can be traced back to ancient Rome where eggs were boiled, seasoned with spicy sauces and then typically served at the beginning of a meal.

Today, the classic deviled egg recipe usually includes a mixture of mayonnaise, mustard and paprika. However, chefs throughout history have been adding their personal spin on the classic dish including ingredients such as pickles, bacon, crabmeat, kimchi, and wasabi among others.

In celebration of the highly anticipated holiday, check out these awesome variations on the classic dish from three popular Philadelphia restaurants.

Ocean Prime -Ocean Prime Deviled Eggs Chef Jenn Grosskruger offers a creative twist on the classic dish at Ocean Prime, Center City’s steakhouse and seafood emporium. The White Truffle Caviar Deviled Eggs ($13) are served with six delicious deviled eggs topped with a slice of black truffle, caviar and minced chives for the perfect start to any sumptuous meal. The Deviled Eggs are available for dinner every night. 124 S 15th St | 215.563.0163 | https://www.ocean-prime.com/locations-menus/philadelphia/read more

Urban Farmer - Urban Farmer Deviled EggsGuests looking to satisfy their deviled egg cravings tomorrow should head to Urban Farmer, Philly's “rural chic” modern steakhouse, for Chef Terry White's Deviled Eggs ($9), topped with bourbon maple and candied bacon. The egg-squisite appetizer is available everyday for lunch 11am-3pm and happy hour ($6) 3pm-6pm.  1850 Benjamin Franklin Pkwy | 215.963.2788 | http://urbanfarmerphiladelphia.com/read more
 
Red Owl Tavern Deviled EggsRed Owl Tavern - Guests can enjoy Chef Caitlin Mateo's Deviled Eggs ($12), served with Lancaster duck confit and candied jalapeños, in the shadows of history at Red Owl Tavern, the only full service restaurant on Independence Mall. Can’t make it tomorrow? No worries. The Deviled Eggs are available everyday for lunch, 11:30am-4:30pm.  433 Chestnut St | 215.923.2267 | www.redowltavern.comread more
 

 

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