Coloring Easter Eggs
Recipes for Using Easter Eggs after the Hunt
When I was a kid, my sister Pam and I would color eggs for Easter. Then, my family would hide them and I’d run around the house trying to find them.
Whenever I’d get close to uncovering a hidden egg, my big brother would say, “You are getting warmer. No, now colder. Okay warmer again.” Then, finally I’d discover the egg and place it into my Easter basket.
I don’t know what my mom did with all of those hard-boiled eggs after the hunt. After a day or two of egg-salad sandwiches for lunch, I’m sure she tossed them into the trash, not wanting to subject the family to more of the same.
New Uses for Easter Eggs
So, if the thought of eating hard-boiled Easter eggs for the next four days has you regretting your kind act of coloring them, you are not alone. Here are some great recipes for re-purposing all of those brightly colored eggs.
Arthur and Donny making risotto
Since the holidays are quickly approaching we thought we would share a recipe that would be great for entertaining. For a little touch of elegance to serve your special guests we are featuring risotto. I must say, I have had risotto several times at restaurants and thought it would take a lot of work to make at home. Our close friends Donny and Arthur offered to take the lead on showing us how to make delicious risotto without stressing. This versatile and delicious dish was actually easy to make and will be elegant to serve to any Fine Living Enthusiast . . . Bon appétit! Read More >
Crab Crusted Halibut
Halibut is my favorite fish to eat. You can grill it, poach it or fry it and it is always delicious. But if you put some crab on this delicate sweet, flaky white fish then you have an instant hit.
This is an easy elegant recipe for you to serve to your guests along with a bottle of Chardonnay or a really nice champagne. Read More >