Classic Deviled Eggs ~ Weekend Potluck #267

Happy Friday!  Are you ready for another edition of Weekend Potluck?  We have some great features this week. Classic Deviled Eggs came in at the top spot with the most clicks. Y'all I have to say, until a few years ago I really thought everyone and their moma knew how to make a deviled egg the same. One day my mom and I went to lunch at a very popular southern chain restaurant and deviled eggs were served with the salad I ordered. I was excited and proceeded to take a bite and I kid you not, I had to spit it out! Bleck....that is the moment I realized, not everyone and their moma can make a deviled egg. Lesson learned 😀 The other features this week are Homemade Meat Sauce (yum), Pineapple Pecan Carrot Cake (oh my!!) and I am dropping off some Chili Tater Tot Casserole to the party. Oh man, this is one y'all have to try soon! Come on, let's eat! 

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The recipe with the most clicks was...

Classic Deviled Eggs by Mirlandra’s Kitchen

Recipes that caught our attention ~

Homemade Meat Sauce by Soulfully Made

Pineapple Pecan Carrot Cake by Together as Family

Featured Hostess Recipe ~

Chili Tater Tot Casserole by Served Up With Love

Your Hostesses ~

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  1. Thank you for hosting the party.. it was wonderful to visit. :)

  2. Thanks for hosting! Lots of goodies :)


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