Easter is possibly the most obvious holiday sign that spring has arrived in many areas, and the long, cold months of winter are over. It’s enjoyable to choose the brightest of spring flavors to share during the Easter season.
Easter dinner means ham for many families. You can buy any size ham, whether you have a small or large group to feed. But ham is just one meat served during the season. Lamb and pork are also popular for dinners served during this springtime holiday and holy day celebration. There are lots of ways they can be served.
Salads are also a wonderful sign that Easter is here and Spring has sprung. There are many greens you can include, from artichokes to Brussels sprouts and asparagus.
Whether you have young children and are “into” the egg-coloring and hiding, or whether it’s a more religious holiday for you, food plays a vital role. Icing a carrot cake will give you a perfect close for your Easter dinner. Your family will love them. Read on, and learn some new recipes to try this year!