5 Tips For An Easy and Fun Easter Holiday Celebration


1. Make your own natural Easter egg dye

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

2. Learn How to cook perfect hard-boiled eggs

The simple and classic boiled egg is one of the finest and easiest edible delights known on earth.

3. Quick tips on how to peel hard-boiled eggs

Sometimes a tough job is peeling all those Easter eggs after the hunt. Here area fe tips to help you get them peeled in no time.

4. Start planning ahead with our Holiday brunch menu

This menu and recipe collection are filled with family favorites for a satisfying and lingering holiday brunch.  Beautiful, unique, sweet and savory recipes that are sure to please everyone at the table.  Enjoying family and friends during the holidays can start with this holiday brunch menu

5. Ham 101

Ham is always popular to serve with Easter dinner.  We are sharing our How To Prepare and Cook Perfect Ham resource guide with tips on quantities to purchase, how to thaw ham, cooking time-table, carving tips and some of our favorite ham recipes and glazes to help you.

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Tea Infused Marble Eggs

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Perfect Boneless Leg of Lamb Roast

Perfect Boneless Leg of Lamb Roast Recipe

Lamb is one of my favorite meats.  I am particularly fond of boneless leg of lamb roast because it is so easy to cook and serve.  To many families, lamb … Continued

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