Bacon Deviled Eggs

Over the past few years, deviled eggs have hit tons of menus in hot restaurants across the US.  In fact, they became so popular that some food critics think that the deviled egg trend is soo 2014! But as with all things egg, I’m just not over it yet…and honestly, I’m not sure I ever will be.  We here at Adeline Alley feel that a good deviled egg is just as relevant now as it was in the 50’s, and with summer barbeques in full swing, it’s time to spiff up your deviling techniques!


Bacon Deviled Eggs

-6 eggs

-pinch of baking soda (to make the peeling process painless)

-2 Tbsp mayonnaise

-salt and pepper to taste

-2 pieces of bacon, 1 piece diced and 1 piece torn into pieces

-1 green onion, green ends only, half diced and half sliced into garnish


Place eggs and baking soda in small pot and cover with 1 inch of water.  Bring to a boil then lower heat and allow to simmer for 10 minutes.  Drain and add cold water.  Once the eggs have become cool enough to handle, peel them, cut them in half, and remove the yolks.  In a bowl, mash the yolks with a fork until they are very smooth, and then add the mayonnaise, salt, pepper, and diced bacon and green onion.  Using a spoon, dollop scoops of the filling back into the halved egg whites and garnish with the torn bacon and sliced green onion.  Enjoy!




Butchertown Hall – First Bites

Butchertown Hall combines Tex Mex, Hill Country BBQ and perfectly shareable plates. It adds another great option to the Germantown neighborhood of Nashville, while also filling a lunch and brunch gap in the neighborhood.
Not to mention the interior of this restaurant  is fantastic. They’ve brought nature inside, and combined it with white washed vaulted ceilings, while all seeming very industrial chic.

Four of us ordered 1/2 lb of carnitas, 1/2 lb of beef brisket, one order of the recommended sausage, 3 elote salads (think Mexican street corn, off of the cob, yum!), one order of the borracho beans… and then we each got out own taco.
The wait staff was very helpful when selecting and ordering.
Have you tried Butchertown Hall yet? If not give it a try. We had the best time and I can’t wait to get back on a weekend and check out their brunch!