Happy 4th of July!

Fourth of July begins in just a few hours and barbeques and outdoor cookouts are set to precede fantastic fireworks shows across the country. Potato salad, coleslaw, pasta salad and watermelon are sure to make a showing en mass at the barbeque you are to attend. Be sure your dish stands out by making one of these devilishly tasty and unique deviled egg recipes.

Barbeque and Pork Deviled Eggs

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A barbeque deviled egg is a perfect Independence Day treat. This recipe includes chopped pork, but if you’d rather go meatless, add a drop of liquid smoke for more barbeque flavor. Drizzle with barbeque sauce and you are ready to serve.

http://www.myrecipes.com/recipe/barbecue-deviled-eggs-10000001079906/

Recipe and photo curtesy of Southern Living on Myrecipes.com

Horseradish and Bacon Deviled Eggs

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Anything “deviled” traditionally includes some sort of spicy ingredient. In this recipe, horseradish can add heat and flavor without a burning after taste. This side dish will have no problem standing out from the rich flavors of barbeque ribs and burgers.

http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/aaron-mccargo-jr/holiday-horseradish-deviled-eggs-recipe/index.html

Photo and recipe curtesy of Aaron MacCargo Jr. on foodnetwork.com

Cheddar Cheese and Bacon Deviled Eggs

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A cookout is not time for the delicate and dainty. Cheese and bacon go great as burger toppings, so why not in deviled eggs? The combination will prove “eggstra” special as a barbeque staple. They’ll be gone before you can say “Declaration of Independence”!

http://allrecipes.com/recipe/bacon-cheddar-deviled-eggs-2/detail.aspx

Recipe by Laura LeMay of Allrecipes.com and photo curtesy of Recipe.com