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National Deviled Eggs Day

World Egg Day

When is National Deviled Eggs Day? This holiday is always celebrated on November 2

National Deviled Eggs Day is today, a November 2 holiday. Certainly, it is a devil of a day. Like any other food holiday, this day is a culinary delight. No one knows where it got its devilish name. 

The whole purpose of this day is to make and eat Deviled Eggs. They are hors d’oeuvres typically served at parties and get-togethers. However, you can make them as an appetizer or just as a snack. They are popular for holiday snack trays and during summer picnics. You can use your favorite recipe, or hopefully, find a restaurant serving them in recognition of this day.

Make plans on getting your fill of them on National Deviled Eggs Day!

Egg Trivia

What do you know about them? This eggy trivia will greatly expand your knowledge of useful facts.

  •  The “White Leghorn” chicken is the most popular variety of chicken used in commercial production. This breed produces a white-shelled egg. The hens are consistent daily layers.
  • A chicken egg develops over a period of 24 to 26 hours. After the hen has laid the egg, a new one begins to develop within 30 minutes.
  • Yes, theyare high in cholesterol. But, researchers now believe the good health benefits outweigh the bad.
  • They contain the nutrient “choline”, which promotes good brain function.
  • A large egg has just 7 calories. It has 7 grams of protein. And, it is high in minerals and vitamins.
  • Older eggs have larger air cells, making them easier to peel off the shell.
  • Take the freshness test. Put an egg in a pan of water. If it is fresh, it sinks. If it is old, it floats.
  • An estimated 1 in 20,000 eggs contain harmful bacteria. Consequently, it can make you sick once every 84 years.
  • In 300 B.C., chicken farmers began incubating chicken eggs in clay ovens.
  • Eggs can have as many as 17,000 pores. 
  • Shampooing with them is good for your hair. As a result, the yolks are often an ingredient in hair shampoo and conditioners.
  • The world’s largest chicken egg was laid in 2010 by a hen named “Harriet”. It measured 9.1 inches in diameter.
  • Pysanky is a traditional, intricately painted Ukrainian Easter Egg.
  • Platypus and the echidna are the only two mammals that lay eggs. However, they are not consumed by humans as they are too small.
  • One ostrich egg is equivalent in size to 20 chicken eggs. And it can weigh up to 5 pounds.

How to Celebrate National Deviled Eggs Day

  • Make deviled eggs for hors d’oeuvres or just as a snack.
  • All you devils must go forth and consume deviled eggs on this very special day.
  • Make extra and bring it to work to share with your coworkers.
  • Share your recipe with others.
  • Post a picture of your Deviled Eggs on social media.

Today's Quote

“Don’t let people disrespect you. My mom says don’t open the door to the devil. Surround yourself with positive people.” – – Cuba Gooding Jr.

History and Origin of National Deviled Eggs Day

The originator of this day was quite devious. The little devil failed to provide any documentation on this day or to take credit for it.

We did not find any documentation confirming this to be a “National” day. We found no congressional records or presidential proclamation.

Definition of “National” Days

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