Easter means it’s officially spring, and spring means fresh eggs, lamb, asparagus and artichokes, and citrus!
Whether you’re looking for something classic, or for a new dish to add to the mix, here are some of our favorite recipes for the Easter table.
Nothing quite heralds spring like serving a leg of lamb at Easter, especially one with a citrus rosemary marinade that’s seared and slow roasted.
The beauty of ham is that it’s already cooked when you purchase it; you just need to warm it up and give it a little flavor. Choose from two glazes—one with honey and thyme, the other, sweet hot honey mustard.
There’s no such thing as having too many breakfast casserole recipes, and this one includes one of the first veggies of spring—asparagus—along with bacon and cheddar cheese.
A little smoked salmon, a little dill, a little goat cheese – all baked together into one delicious quiche. This recipe is the perfect if you're headed to an Easter potluck brunch.
Wrap the asparagus in prosciutto, roast in the oven and you’ve got a salty-sweet side dish at the ready.
These springtime (and picnic and potluck, let’s be honest) treats take their name from the little bit of heat from some Tabasco sauce mixed into the filling. Addictive!
This Easter sweet is an old English tradition, typically served on Good Friday. You can whip these up in just a few hours.
When you increase the surface area of a potato, you up the crispy factor—by a lot.
Easter dinner isn't complete without something sweet! This lemon meringue pie is a classic – tall, billowy meringue with tart lemon curd underneath.
There’s something about a citrus-forward pound cake that just feels like spring. Add berries, whipped cream, or just eat it as is, sliced as thinly or thickly as you want.