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Feb. 2, 2013 2:48 pm 
Updated: Feb. 9, 2013 8:13 am
Hey there!
It's my first posting here on AR blogs.  I have a few published recipes on here but I mainly post my recipes on my own food blog JennyMac's Lipsmack.  However, today was my first to contribution here on AR.  I just got accepted to the Ambassador Brand AR Allstars....here's my first recipe as an Allstar Contributor!

Siriacha Deviled Eggs
12 hard boiled eggs

2-3 Tbsp of mayonnaise

2-3 Tbsp of Siriacha

1/8 tsp of dry mustard

salt to taste

cayenne to taste

smoked paprika


For the remaining parts of the recipe and photo visit my blog!

 
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Feb. 3, 2013 9:49 am
Hi, I just checked out your blog and it looks amazing. I bookmarked it so I can look over it later. I was also just accepted as an Allstar :) I have a husband who loves deviled eggs but I have never used siriacha before...is it spicy?
 
Deb C 
Feb. 4, 2013 11:50 am
Welcome to the Allstars! I never used siriacha so I'll have to expand my horizons. Thanks for sharing!
 
Lela 
Feb. 7, 2013 6:49 am
Welcome to AR JennyMac! Your deviled eggs sound wonderful! I like added twist of Siriacha.
 
Feb. 9, 2013 8:13 am
HI guys, I forgot to check here for comments. Sorry so slow! Sriracha (I spelled it wrong on my recipe, some corrected me) is spicy. But its a sweet spicy. But you can control it. Since we like it zingy, I didn't want the Sriracha to overly liquify the egg yolks so I added some cayenne too. Like all good cooks, you just have to sprinkle, taste, sprinkle, taste- until you get the right heat.
 
 
 
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jmacsaunders

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Arlington, Virginia, USA
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Cooking Interests
Baking, Stir Frying, Asian, Mexican, Southern, Kids, Quick & Easy

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About Me
I am a Family and Consumer Science teacher (that's Home Ec for the folks who aren't aware we've changed our name.) I have been teaching for over 24 years, absolutely LOVE what I do every day, especially if it's a food demonstration. My students always tell me I need to start my own cooking show...Anyone looking for a new celebrity chef?...LOL.
My favorite things to cook
Baking. anything baked. Breads, cookies, cakes...
My favorite family cooking traditions
I grew up with many Polish dishes over the holidays. Pierogis filled with cheese or sauerkraut or blueberries...we couldn't get enough since we only got them twice a year during Christmas or New Year's.
My cooking triumphs
I guess when you cook as much as I do, you don't think of them as triumphs...more like KEEPERS. I have gone through many ways of organizing my recipes. Just a notebook of my favorites seem to work best.
My cooking tragedies
In any cook's life a little "souffle will fall." I never let failure get me down. If anything it motivates me to try it again until I get it right. I think I had to make popover over 10 times with different recipes to finally to get them to POP!
 
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