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Deviled Eggs

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If you ask my husband what his favorite food is….

You’re likely to hear “There’s nothing I like better than eggs!” He doesn’t care if they are fried, scrambled, deviled, or whatever. He’s a mess. I think he could eat eggs every day and ever get tired of it. I don’t talk about my husband much, but honestly he’s the best man I’ve ever known. He’s so caring, kind, and loving. He would give up everything he had including his life for me, if it had to happen. There is never a time when he doesn’t go above and beyond for us.

We had a whirlwind romance. I knew from the moment I met him, within the first 30 minutes that I was going to marry this man. There was no doubt in my mind that we would be forever. Other people thought we were crazy, because we were moving incredibly fast. Within two weeks we knew we were in love. In three months we were sure we wanted to get married. By the end of the year we were married. It was very rocky in the beginning. I had been married before and I had a lot of “issues”, but he was adjusting to life back stateside. Within 11 months of our relationship we had suffered a loss and found out we were pregnant again. All of these things happened so quickly. I had a super rough pregnancy. Turns out I had undiagnosed Hashimoto’s disease. I’d actually had it since I was a kid, but was never officially diagnosed. In fact I was misdiagnosed. This is most likely what caused our loss and then gave the pregnancy a rocky road to climb. We had a healthy and beautiful baby boy. He was very early and had minor complications, but we made it. My husband has always done whatever it took to make sure we had everything we needed. I’m one lucky girl. I love him more than anything in the world!

6 boiled eggs

a few tablespoons of mayo

about 1/2 teaspoon of yellow mustard

paprika

Here’s the thing guys….this isn’t science. It’s about taste. Cut your eggs in half and gently pop out your center (yolk). Put in a bowl and add a little mayo and mustard. I never really measure these out. I start mashing these together until it’s smooth. Once it’s done and it tastes the way I want it to, then I take a teaspoon and scoop up some of the mixture and put back into the eggs. Once I finish I take the paprika and sprinkle it on the eggs.

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