Easter Dishes

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This Easter, I have a busy day ahead of me. 
I plan to make myself a pancake in the shape of a bunny.
I plan to watch Easter Parade on Turner Classic Movies at 9:00 AM.
I plan to run 7 miles before lunch.
I plan to get bit by the Spring-cleaning bug and tidy up my apartment while listening to new episodes of my favorite podcasts.

No searching or rolling of eggs.  No filling a basket with treats.  No bringing a dish to brunch, or lunch, or dessert. 

If I was coming to your house today, I’d most likely bring something a bit un-traditional in terms of holiday celebration.  I might suggest an Italian feast covered in marinara, or a Mexican inspired FIESTA complete with many margaritas.

I’ve been staring recipes from great food blogs for a while now, and if I was headed to your place today, I would no doubt be taking inspiration from these great recipes.

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Brunch:

The Perfect Bloody Mary from Green Dog Wine

Cookie Dough Pancakes from Savvy Eats 
Tiramisu French Toast from How Sweet Eats
Sweet Potato Hashbrowns from Rachel Wilkerson
Carrot Cake Scruffins from Oh She Glows

Lunch:

Boozy Mint Limeade on Eat Make Read
Goat Cheese Stuffed Pears from Live Laugh Eat
Pretzel Rolls from How Sweet Eats
Taco Casserole from Healthy Delicious
Penne with Rosemary Tomato Sauce and Balsamic Vinegar from Relishments

DESSERT:

Peachy Keen from Eat Make Read
Chocolate Toffee Almond Bars from Can You Stay for Dinner
Homemade Samoa Bars from The Sweets Life
Apricot Bars from Spa Bettie
Lemon Blackberry Cake Sandwiches from Eat Live Run

Of course, after running seven miles there is a slight possibility that instead I’d show up with something looking like this:

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But you’d be okay with that, right?

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8 thoughts on “Easter Dishes

  1. Britney

    My day was pretty similar to yours. 🙂 I even was inspired to check out your podcast suggestions and I listened to the most recent episode of Two Fit Chicks and a Microphone while picking up my bedroom – I’m going to download a few more. Thanks!
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  2. Megan Orcholski

    Leave it to you to turn Easter an excuse to promote all of your friends 🙂
    (P.S. Thin Mints=best thing ever. I can eat a whole roll, take a 3 minute break, then eat the other roll)

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    1. Heather Post author

      Good news. i have a row of thin mints at my apartment. with your name on them. come and get them.

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