How far in advance of serving can I assemble deviled eggs? I'd like to complete them the night before a brunch.
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Lindsay-Jean is a Community Editor at Food52.
You could boil the eggs and make the filling the night before. I wouldn't assemble them the night before, but store the filling in a plastic bag, so you can just nip off a corner and have an easier time filling the eggs in the morning.
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