We're having Easter Brunch this year instead of Easter dinner. Same time, different food. (Yes, that means we might be eating brunch in the middle of the afternoon, but it's the difference in the food itself we're thinking of here.) Just to do something different. And because brunch somehow seems more springy. *shrug* And because I love trying out new recipes. Even for guests. Even on holidays. Maybe especially for guests and holidays.
So, here's our menu:
Baked Pear Vanilla French Toast, The Reluctant Entertainer cookbook, p. 153
Bacon, Ham and Lamb (Sarah's bringing bacon and lamb; Grandma bought a ham...) Lamb seems a logical choice for Easter. Growing up, we always had ham. I've never understood that. How did ham get to be the meat of choice for Easter?
Cinnamon Roll Bites
Hot Cross Buns
Scrambled eggs in potato nests
Sherbet with Lemon Crisp Cookies
Cold beverage: Orange Pineapple Mint Punch with "Peep" straws
Vanilla/cocoa flavored chais
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