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CORVETTE TODAY #115 - Corvette News & Headlines, Late June 2022

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C8 Z06 benchmarked Porsche, Audi, Ferrari and McLaren
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2023 Corvette Info Including SR Pricing, SR 2023 Visualizer, 70th Anniversary SR/Z06 Press Release; The C8 Z06 Press Release, Order Guide & Its Visualizer Link

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Fried Deviled Eggs In BG

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  • Fried Deviled Eggs In BG

    My wife subscribes to Food Network Magazine (I don’t know why, either) and the July/August 2022 issue has an article about fried foods at various places in the southeastern US. One of the restaurants listed is Gerard’s 1907 Tavern in Bowling Green and the special dish is fried deviled eggs (huh?) Has anyone visited this place while in BG and if so, how were the eggs? (Inquiring minds want to know)
    Last edited by Jeff8; 06-26-2022, 10:40 AM.

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    You should consider yourself fortunate. My wife has mountains of recipes stacked up from her research on Food Network and other places, and my culinary experiences have reached the stratosphere since she got very serious about it.

    Those fried deviled eggs sound ****ed good.

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      Here is a pic from their Facebook page.

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        Thanks, Phil. Just from the picture, I can tell how to make them. Just the white of the egg is deep-fried, the filling and garnish goes on after they come out of the fryer.

        That's definitely now on our to do list.

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          Originally posted by Phil1098 View Post
          Here is a pic from their Facebook page.

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          i had never planned to pick up my car at Bowling Green, but now i might have to rethink things… lol

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            Originally posted by Foosh View Post
            Thanks, Phil. Just from the picture, I can tell how to make them. Just the white of the egg is deep-fried, the filling and garnish goes on after they come out of the fryer.

            That's definitely now on our to do list.
            Ours too! We have a specialty meat market that has amazing bacon for the top.

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              Sure wish we knew about this when we were in Bowling Green, man do those look good. I’m taking this to our local outstanding diner where we have breakfast every morning. They specialize in unique dishes and are always on the lookout for something different.

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