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Perfect Hard-Boiled Eggs

Dyed Easter Eggs

Making the Perfect Hard-Boiled Eggs
The simple and classic boiled egg, is one of the finest and easiest edible delights known on earth.

Making Natural Easter Egg Dyes
Give the Easter bunny a run for his money by dyeing Easter eggs the natural way, using common foods and flowers.

Tea Infused Marble Eggs
Tea Infused Eggs (Marbleized Eggs):
These Tea Infused Marble Eggs would make an interesting alternative to the usual hard-cooked eggs served for afternoon tea and also for the Easter holiday. They are really simple to make, but they need time to sit, for at a least a day, to reach their potential in flavor and appearance.


tray of deviled eggsDeviled Eggs
Deviled eggs have their roots in ancient Roman recipes with the first published recipes for stuffed, boiled eggs were from medieval Europe. In the 17th century, this was a common way to prepare eggs. they were not called "deviled" until the 18th Century, in England.


Novolone, Egg Souffle
Nuvolone - Cloud Soufflé - Egg Soufflé

This egg dish will really impress your family and guests as it tastes as good as it looks! Very gourmet, but also very easy to make!




Planning Easter Dinner or Brunch?

Easter is a time to gather family and friends around a festive dinner table or Easter morning brunch. Check out these great Easter Dinner Menus (includes recipes):

Honey Glazed Baked HamHam Dinner Menus:

Ham 101 - Learn all about ham (types of ham, how to cook, and much more).

Honey-Glazed Baked Ham Dinner Menu & Recipes


Lamb Dinner Menus:

Grilled Rack of Lamb with Pinot Noir Marinade

Rack of Lamb
Easter dinner menu with recipes)

Lamb Roast with Port Wine Sauce
(Six-course dinner with recipes)


Classic Prime Rib Roast
Prime Rib Dinner:

Classic Prime Rib
Learn how to make the perfect prime rib. Check out my tutorial on making the perfect prime rib.



Fresh Baked Cinnamon RollsAdditional Menus and Recipes:

Make-Ahead Easter Brunch Menu and Recipes

Harvest Cinnamon Rolls

More great Dinner Party Menus, Recipes, and Ideas and more fantastic Brunch Dishes

Great cooks use a Cooking Thermometer as their guide - NOT A Clock.

Always follow internal cooking temperatures to be safe!

Internal Temperature Cooking Charts - meat, poultry, seafood, breads, baked goods, and casseroles

Cooking and Meat ThermometerA cooking or meat thermometer should not be a "sometime thing." A cooking thermometer can be used for all foods, not just meat. It measures the internal temperature of your cooked meat, poultry, seafood, breads, baked goods, and/or casseroles to assure that a safe temperature has been reached and that harmful bacteria (like certain strains of Salmonella and E. Coli O 157:H7) have been destroyed. Learn how to read and use an Internal Meat and Cooking Thermometer.

Cooking thermometers take the guesswork out of cooking, as they measures the Internal Temperature of your cooked meat, poultry, seafood, baked goods, and/or casseroles, to assure that a safe temperature has been reached, harmful bacteria have been destroyed, and your food is cook perfectly.


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