What are you doing for Easter? (Those that celebrate it?)
We plan a very low key weekend. Dying some egg with food coloring (since those kits are all made in China), an egg hunt, an undoubtedly enviro-friendly service at hippie church, lunch with family and then dinner of Fettucine Alfredo with handmade fettucine--I'll do a tutorial (sister's request), lemony lamb chops with gremolata (parsley/lemon/garlic), and either spinach salad or asparagus. Maybe both. I grew up eating lamb for Easter, so I always joke that it's the "Lamb Holiday."
I bought some supplies to bake something for dessert but don't know what yet. But eggs, sugar, butter, chocolate, and whipping cream, I got. (Chocolate mousse, maybe?)
If you need some ideas for Easter fare, I pulled together some recipes for you. However you spend your weekend, I hope it's a relaxing one.
WHAT TO DO WITH ALL THOSE EGGS?
Eggs and egg dishes including tips on making perfect hard-boiled eggs
MAIN DISH (TURKEY)
Garlic-Roasted Turkey Breast
Pappardelle with Truffle Sauce (easy!)
Sauteed Asparagus (so Spring-y!)
White Asparagus with Ham and Gruyere
Roasted King Trumpet Mushrooms
Creamy Brussels Sprouts
Roasted Brussels Sprouts
The best damned gratin you will ever eat.