Easter Tablescape

Easter arrives this weekend?! March has certainly flown by and brought with it snow and below average temperatures. I’m ready for Spring weather and planning this tablescape helped to get me in a spring break state of mind. I collaborated with my friend and neighbor, Emilie, who blogs at Cookies for England. She recently had…

Classic Popovers

I’ve never tasted a popover until this past week. The name “popover” comes from the fact that the batter “pops” over the top of the muffin tin while baking. Light, with a crusty outside and hollow inside. Compound butter or jam make a delightful addition to these rolls. Impressive in height and buttery in taste….

Shaving Cream Easter Eggs

My day job is teaching children with a variety of special needs. I am always on the hunt for fun, safe and simple projects that they can all be included in. I recently saw a video on Facebook, showing a tutorial dying Easter eggs with food coloring and shaving cream. Immediately, I knew this was…

Classic Deviled Eggs

Easter arrives in a week and I’m sure you have a bunch of hard boiled/dyed eggs hanging around in the fridge. This recipe makes perfect use of your eggs. Deviled Eggs are an easy side dish to share with friends or family. My son assisted me with this recipe and he actually ate some too….

Natural Dyes For Easter Eggs

Easter is coming soon and one of our favorite family traditions is dying Easter eggs. Normally I pick up a kit and use the food coloring tablets that come inside, but I have always been intrigued by natural dyes. So this year, I set out to use commonly found food items to make Easter egg…