Spring Entertaining: The Classic Easter Recipe Collection

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The Classic Easter Recipe Collection

A classic collection of recipes reserved especially for Easter celebrations are a lovely way to spend time with friends & family. Over the next few weeks, I’ll be sharing simple but special recipes, spring inspired food crafts perfect for the kids to get involved in, easy ways to showcase seasonal flowers that may be prepared directly from your yard & lots of pointers for making substitutions & adjustments so that your gathering is beautiful & festive. If you have any questions, I invite you to leave a comment on any site wide tutorial or on my Facebook page & I’ll respond quickly. For now, look to these ideas to inspire you as you begin to plan your menus & learn some new ways to create a foundation of family traditions that can easily be integrated into your ever changing lifestyle.

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How To Properly Plan Lovely Easter Celebrations

Many entertaining tasks must be taken care of early in order for any event to run smoothly. Begin planning your table & the menu well in advance, then create a timeline.

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Easter gatherings need not be complicated however it is an occasion where your best china, glassware & special entertaining pieces should be shared with the ones you care for the most. Let these recipes with substitution suggestions guide you in planning a special lunch & drop by daily for new ideas.

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 Lemon-Thyme Pork Loin Roast

Pork roast is an economical cut that is effortless to prepare especially when serving a crowd. Lemon-Thyme Pork Loin Roast offers a beautiful visual presentation with minimal effort & features common pantry items to deliver good flavor. Substitute fresh rosemary or oregano if you don’t have thyme.

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 Easter Basket Salads

Easter Basket Salads are a fun focal point for celebrations. They may be served in the cups made from egg roll wrappers or not. The combination of flavors is simply wonderful. Just place everything on a platter but do make the little eggs. Feta cheese or another nut would work good if substitutions are necessary.  

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Fresh Ginger Carrot Soup

Fresh Ginger-Carrot Soup is simple to make & adds beautiful color to a spring menu. Carrots hold pretty well in the vegetable crisper for extended periods of time & offer such versatility when entertaining or for everyday meals. Add them raw to salads, roast them with onions or beets for a side dish or combine them with farro for a filling option. 

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Fresh Peas, Walnuts & Barley Salad

Although fresh peas are ideal to use for this lovely spring salad, substitute frozen if you have them. The barley is a wonderful way to stretch seasonal produce but just know that you could use farro, quinoa or even rice to make a similar variation of the salad. Peas make a wonderful dip to serve as a starter, too. Serve with Walnut-Leek Easter Flatbread to complete the appetizer.  Learn how to make Fresh Peas, Walnuts & Barley Salad.

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Miniature Buttermilk Hummingbird Cake

This iconic southern cake may be prepared a variety of ways using a number of pan options. Miniature Buttermilk Hummingbird Cake makes two petite cakes while Miniature Hummingbird Bundt Cakes, Miniature Buttermilk Hummingbird Cake Loaves & Hummingbird Petit Fours use the same batter then they are finished a little differently. Choose one of the styles that matches with the ingredients that are available for use at the moment. 

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