It's Shiny Purple Translucent Plastic. And it makes me happy.
Tuesday, November 18, 2008


I don't remember my mom making deviled eggs much when I was growing up.

But someone always brought them to our family reunions and to Thanksgiving gatherings. (Actually, I just called every weekend gathering at the lake a "family reunion", because I didn't know what else to call it. In elementary school and Jr. High I didn't know anyone else who camped out at the lake for half the weekends in the summer with 30 of their relatives. There was plenty of water-skiing and coolers full of Shasta, so my friends all loved to come join the family. Good times!)

So now when I use my Shiny Purple Translucent Plastic deviled egg holder once or twice a year to make deviled eggs, I think of my extended family and it makes me happy.

My Shiny Purple Translucent Plastic deviled egg holder doesn't exactly scream "classy", and they probably don't sell these at Williams-Sonoma. (Dollar General. $3 bucks.)

But then again, "classy" was probably out of reach for me when I licked clean the bowl of deviled egg filling. Yum.






4 Comments:
Anonymous jonathan had this to say:

I would like to be the first one to thank you for the stench that will be flaming out of your boys over the next few days...

November 18, 2008 at 5:35 PM 


Blogger Gombojav Tribe had this to say:

Don't you just love the simple things that make us happy. I have a few things like that. They are cheap, but priceless.

November 18, 2008 at 9:37 PM 


Anonymous erika chapman had this to say:

Okay this is super dumb since I am from the South but what is your recipe for deviled eggs? Everyone acts like you should just "know" how to make them but I don't and I love them and I want to know how. Humor me, new friend?
erikaivory@hotmail.com

November 18, 2008 at 9:58 PM 


Blogger Cash Clan Japan had this to say:

I love deviled eggs. What stench, Jonathan??? :-)

November 18, 2008 at 10:25 PM 


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