Easter Sunday Recipes

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A nice luncheon or supper dish to serve with hot buttered rolls or popovers. Vary by adding a...
When you’re hankering for something different for breakfast, make this easy and unusual dish. It...
A traditional Greek Easter bread, baked with a red-dyed egg on top, covered with two strips of...
This recipe is courtesy of The Old Farmer's Almanac Everyday Baking—a guarantee of goodness every ...
A particularly good luncheon dish which can be prepared in advance. Most of your guests will...
Using “a little of this and a little of that,” the Misses Fitch and Poor came up with this recipe,...
These shortbread-type cookies will melt in your mouth. Maria typically makes them for the winter...
My neighbor, Bob Hewell, was the best kind of country neighbor. He plowed our driveway and showed...
In our family lemon butter was made and eaten on Easter Sunday as an accompaniment to our ham,...
These airy pancakes are fantastic. Maple syrup complements the tangy tartness of the lemon. –...
This adaptation of the classic Greek egg-and-lemon soup can be made a day ahead of time and served...
Sue Rusten developed this tasty recipe. With a shiny crust and a tender crumbly inside, these are...
My Nanna used to make this ham on Christmas and Easter. She always served it with her special baked...
For Easter dinner, Carole’s father always makes a roast leg of lamb, flavored with lemon and garlic...
A recipe borrowed from my former brother-in-law’s family. Especially good to serve with Easter...
My grandmother, Mary Grace Deschenes, was an unusual woman for her day. An accomplished artist, she...
QUINOA (pronounced KEEN-wa) is wheat and gluten free! A complete protein found in the bulk...
Presenting lamb in this elegant fashion is a sure crowd pleaser. Keep in mind that the size of the...
A leg of lamb weighing around 6 pounds will serve six to eight people. Serve with fresh asparagus...
Allow 1 pound per serving and add a little extra cooking time if the roast is boneless.
You can add any cooked vegetable to this you like – broccoli, asparagus, potatoes.