My spicy deviled eggs have been a family favorite for years, and recently got an upgrade after tasting the deviled eggs on the menu at Vera Pizzeria. Known for their hand crafted cocktails and specialty pizzas, the deviled eggs immediately caught my eye. Topped with crispy fried shallots and capers with the right amount of kick, I knew I had to try to make these-just in time for Easter Sunday!
What You’ll Need
Hard Boiled Eggs | Mustard | Marie’s Creamy Italian Dressing or Mayo |Frank’s RedHot Sauce
For the topping: Capers |1 Shallot |1 Tbsp Flour |1/4c Oil
What You’ll Do
Once cooled, slice the hardboiled eggs in half
Mix together yolks, mustard, dressing, and hot sauce to taste until consistancy is creamy. Season with salt and pepper.
Add the 1/4c of oil to a frying pan. Heat oil to medium.
Thinly slice the shallot and separate into rings. Lightly coat with flour. Carefully add to frying pan and fry for about 1 minute on each side until crispy.
Season egg whites with salt and pepper. Fill the egg whites with yolk mixture (use a pastry bag if you’re feeling creative).
Top with fried shallots and capers.
by Erin Scherer
I’m so excited to be sharing this wedding sent over by the awesome people at Clark + Walker Studio. Meet Dave and Morgan, Morgan was interning at Massachusetts General Hospital and met Dave who was working in HR. After a summer of flirting Dave asked Morgan out and the couple hit it off. Flash forward to Morgan’s birthday where Dave surprised her with a new dressing table. Morgan was so happy she started opening drawers, and revealed much to her shock a drawer of cupcakes spelling out marry me? How perfect. I think it’s safe to say the rest is history.
This adorable couple tied the knot at the beautiful The State Room in the heart of Boston, Massachusetts on November 18th, sharing an anniversary date with both Morgan’s parents and her paternal grandparents . With a simple yet elegant black and ivory color scheme and the gorgeous views of the city this wedding is to die for.
Morgan was not afraid to admit she’s always been that girl dreaming of her fairytale wedding, and the big poofy dress was a must. We love her Watters gown and the embellished belt added the perfect modern touch.
The views at the The State Room are absolutely breathtaking.
Dave’s only request for the big day was that it still felt very much like “them” as a couple. I love when couples don’t go overboard on decor and every possible detail, the wedding day should be 100% about the union of two people and I believe Dave and Morgan nailed this with their simplistic and chic city wedding.
Venue: The State Room, Boston, Mass.
Photographer: Clark + Walker Studio
Floral Design: Jeri Solomon Floral Design
Catering: Longwood Events
Cake: I Dream of Jeanne Cakes
Shoes: Sam Edelman
Groom’s Suit: J.Crew
Music: The Swinging Johnsons
Paper Goods: Minted
Invitations: Wedding Paper Divas
Thank you Morgan and Dave for sharing your beautiful wedding with us!
And thank you to Clark + Walker Studio!!
Photos by Curt Rogers | Location: Long Island
I can’t express how happy I am for warmer weather! I’m a fan of airy, Spring like wear so I thought mixing these two pieces together would be perfect. This vintage Celine skirt was a major score via Buffalo Exchange. I love that I can dress it up or pair it with a fun tee and flip flops. I’m certain it will be on repeat this Summer.
We have a hectic and exciting week ahead, starting with a quick visit to our new apartment today! Wish Curt luck I don’t drive him insane with my indecisiveness for decor