Now that I had made those pixies, I was hungry for dinner, and I put the chicken kabobs on that I had started marinating earlier.
I have a wonderful rotisserie that I picked up at a church rummage sale for $15.00, brand new, in the sealed box. I can roast a whole chicken, or other piece of meat simply by impaling the meat in the central piece. That central piece also has a top from which you can hand skewers, and also comes with a square basket for smaller foods. I love my rotisserie.
Today, May 29, 2011, is my good friends, Amber and Stevie Lewis’ sixteenth wedding anniversary. They are having a party, and Stevie said he wanted Baked Beans and Amber said she wanted Deviled Eggs. I happily volunteered to make both.
I had never made Boston Baked Beans before, but I had recently found a recipe I wanted to try, and this was the perfect opportunity.
I also wanted to make the eggs special, so I decided to garnish them with different toppings. My Myriad Deviled Eggs turned out beautiful!