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Thread: Making a goofy quilt

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ramona Byrd
    Wow, I love off the wall patterns. And I absolutely
    LOVE German Deviled Eggs!! Make them all the time.
    This would make a neat wall hanging, right above the
    table. I used to do this as a silent mental nudge for my
    kids when I wanted to add a new veggie in the future to
    their diets. It worked!!
    Some of the time.
    How do you make German Deviled Eggs? do you have a recipe?
    Instead of mustard in the American way, I use Ranch Dressing. Does any one else make them this way?

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    I love it!

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    Loving it :D Such a clever idea :thumbup:

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    Janis, I always make my devilled eggs with Ranch, too! Plus minced garlic, bacon bits, dill pickle, and finely minced purple onion. Can't forget the little sprig of parsley on top! I don't eat them, can't stomach the white, but I do like the yolks (done my way!), which I don't need! I get requests for these for parties, so I guess they are good! The Ranch dressing seems to make the mix so much creamier.

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    What a hoot! Love your sense of humor. The quilt is fantastic!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quiltbabble
    No, I have never done any beading. I am pretty traditional. 100% cotton and all that goes with that, but I'll ponder this idea.
    Once you start beading, you will own as many beads as you do fat quarters. LOL I really love beading on wall quilts or art quilts and you may too.

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    Hilarious and incredibly creative! Welcome to the group from Norway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DianD
    Janis, I always make my devilled eggs with Ranch, too! Plus minced garlic, bacon bits, dill pickle, and finely minced purple onion. Can't forget the little sprig of parsley on top! I don't eat them, can't stomach the white, but I do like the yolks (done my way!), which I don't need! I get requests for these for parties, so I guess they are good! The Ranch dressing seems to make the mix so much creamier.
    Wow! You make gormet deviled eggs!. I printed your response and will have to try them your way. I'm not a mustard person, so I like the Ranch Dressing in them. Thanks for your recipe.

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    That is really cute...Who'da thunk it??? Eggs on a quilt. Love it.....

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    What fun!!!

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