|Fragrant lilacs grace our yard|
Happy Easter, Everyone! I sincerely hope that you’re enjoying your day.
Although my Easter was not at all traditional, and I didn’t make any Easter foods this year, Easter is still my favorite holiday of all. Do you have favorite Easter traditions? I would love it if you’d post a comment about your Easter including any food you prepared or ate. I have many Easter memories from Easter egg hunts to singing in church to colorful indoor-outdoor potlucks. Let’s share our joy about Easter and spring, and inspire each other with ideas for next year!
My nontraditional Easter started rather traditionally with an egg-based brunch...at a local restaurant. Brunch was followed by a photo session in which my husband and I photographed the many flowers in our yard. Then we took a long walk in the woods, largely to counteract the generous Hollandaise sauce helping at brunch. Following that, I uploaded Seasonal Eating’s new springtime header/banner at the top of the page. Now Bruce has gone to the store in search of Easter chocolate and other essentials. Tonight I will prepare a springtime dish of chilled artichokes with lemon sauce. Recipe to follow!
|Dogwood: the loveliest of trees|
Next year I plan to make some whimsical Peepshi (sushi-style rolls made from Peeps) during the days before Easter. Anyone want to join me?