Easter and Passover
Spring has definitely sprung here in Dallas and since we have two food focused holidays this month, Easter and Passover, we thought it would be fun to share ideas and recipes for the holidays. A quick search yielded great results from some of our favorite food blogs and chefs. Read on for inspiration!
Naturally Dyed Easter Eggs - Use veggies like beets or cabbage to color your eggs. The resulting colors are soft, muted and beautiful.
Ina's French Toast Bread Pudding - The perfect combination of Challah, eggs, half and half, orange zest, vanilla. The best part? You can make it ahead. I love you, Ina.
Parmesan Asparagus with Poached Eggs - Simple, elegant and easy. This dish will become a staple for brunch in your house.
Slow Roasted Boneless Leg of Lamb with Garlic, Rosemary and Lemon - Our friends at Serious Eats never let us down. The slow cooking makes this lamb moist, juicy, perfectly medium rare, with wonderful crispy outer coating.
Homemade Marshmallow Peeps - If Martha can do it, so can you! We want to see your Peeps, Peeps! Send your photos to firstname.lastname@example.org. Adorable photograph above courtesy of Gentl & Hyers.
Fallen Chocolate Cake - This flourless chocolate cake is topped with cloud-like mounds of fluffy whipped cream. Need we say more?
Happy Easter and Happy Passover,
Photos above courtesy of Apt 2B. Baking Company, Barefoot Contessa, Serious Eats and Bon Appetit.
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