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May 23, 2007 09:04 PM

Looking for L.A.'s best deviled eggs

We will travel anywhere in the county for the finest deviled eggs. So far, Blair's leads the pack, but I'm open to new contenders for the title. Thanks in advance.

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  1. Is that served as an appetizer,r entree or what? Only time I see deviled eggs is at a picnic.

    1. Clementine. It's one of their hallmark offerings.

      Bristol Farms' devilled eggs aren't bad either, in a pinch.

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      1. re: PayOrPlay

        I do not think there's any such category as "Bad Devilled Eggs." Maybe if you boiled a rotten egg and mixed it with Miracle Whip or some other toxic substance you could make a bad one, but in my personal experience they've all been anywhere from Good to Transcendental. Since I make these all the time I never go out and buy them, but this thread is prompting yet another Food Quest...

      2. I like Connal's egg salad sandwich, avocado sandwich and Boston Shakes. Euro Pane is on my to try list.
        Also, check out the link -- a recent post.

        Euro Pane
        950 E Colorado Blvd
        Pasadena, CA
        (626) 577-1828

        Connal's Burgers, Salads & Subs
        1505 E. Washington Blvd.
        Pasadena, CA 91104
        (626) 794-5018

        Chowhound post

        1. Jar (crab devilled eggs)
          Greenblatt's (traditional)

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          1. re: Emme

            I think S. Irene mentioned deviled eggs with harissa at the Little Next Door in her review today -- I'll have to try them on my next visit if I can tear myself away from the foie gras sandwich.

          2. - Clementine's in Century City, always carries them.
            - Greenblatt's Deli on Sunset at Crescent Heights, always carries them.
            - Joan's on Third, almost always has them, excellent.