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Tuesday, February 3, 2009

Snacktion: Rossi's Deviled Eggs

Posted By on Tue, Feb 3, 2009 at 8:46 AM

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Why I bought it: It's difficult for me to be in Rossi's neighborhood without stopping in for one of their good sandwiches (dependable favorites: the blt and their real roasted turkey) and always, always one of their overstuffed deviled eggs, whether I'm on my way to see a movie at the Castro or heading home. The eggs are good as a side dish, but also you can smash one or two up, slap them between a couple of slices of bread at home, and have yourself an excellent egg salad sandwich on the cheap. 

Tasting notes: Classic combination of sweet and sour, with extra points for not overboiling the eggs. 

Would I buy them again?: Try and stop me.

What other blogs/sites thought of them: One Yelper, under the influence of the Film Noir Festival at the Castro, asked "Did these eggs sell their soul to taste so good?", another called them "tasty," and one more deemed them "excellent."

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