We’re Getting Things Ready to Cook Rabbit!

We're Getting Things Ready to Cook Rabbit!

Spane with the Easter Bunny on March 30, 2009

Yesterday,  Palm Sunday, Spane and  I saw an Easter Bunny hopping around the Americana at Brand. The girl who was walking around with the Bunny asked where we were going. I said, “We’re going to Sur La Table to get things to cook Rabbit!” The Bunny was suitably horrified, and the girl, Spane and I had a nice laugh.

I love Easter Season, and I love Lent.  Purple is my favorite color, and I get to wear my purple clothes, purple accessories, etc., from the beginning of Lent (Ash Wednesday) to the start of Holy Week, Palm Sunday.

I also love Easter Season for all the fun pastel decorations.  We have flowers and butterfly gels for our windows that Spane put up this year,  we have a rattan bunny in a little cage that I bought at Ralph’s last year, and the decorations that we made for our Catholic Seder last year, which we might do again this year.

We're Getting Things Ready to Cook Rabbit!

Our Moses with real lamb’s wool

We're Getting Things Ready to Cook Rabbit!

Easter Eggs 2011

Update: We made our Catholic Seder meal and really enjoyed it. Our meal included Grilled Mediterranean Lamb Chops, Tabouleh and Lemon Bars.

 

This year, I am going to take pictures of the eggs that I am going to decorate with natural dyes, onions, coffee, turmeric and beets.  I have also been finding interesting recipes for deviled eggs, after all, I have to have something to do with all those decorated eggs! I’ll be posting those as we go along towards Easter.

We're Getting Things Ready to Cook Rabbit!

We’re Getting Things Ready to Cook Rabbit!
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About arbpen

As an award-winning and serious home cook, I seriously believe there is no reason why you can't have a restaurant quality meal at home. One of the good things about eating at home is to save money, so armed with a good menu plan, a shopping list, and an appreciation of good food, we can all have gourmet food on a budget.

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