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Those are deviled eggs.
I made them in the Charlottesville Airport one day when I couldn’t find a protein-filled lunch that met my dietary restrictions (no wheat, no corn, no cow milk, no yogurt, no coffee, no nitrates, no fun).
Why I am I showing you my deviled eggs?
Well, I think they display just how ingenious some of us frequent folk can be when it comes to solutions (this was two hard-boiled eggs from the tiny convenience store/newsstand with packet of pickle relish and a half packet each of mustard and mayo with a sprinkle of salt and pepper, all courtesy of the hot dog condiments and mixed together with the yolks of the eggs – in this photo, I was about to spoon them back in).
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