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Old 03-24-2007, 06:01 PM   #1
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EASTER dinner

Hi

I want to bring something for Easter dinner. I don't know what to bring though.

Maybe dessert (I was thinking maybe cupcakes), maybe buns/bread (I made a bread in the shape of a bunny a few years ago but I lost the recipe), maybe some other dessert.
There are not going to be any kids there (as far as I know) but there will be a few pregnant women. Even though it will be adults I still like the idea of brining something cute.
The couple that are having the dinner are out of town so I can't ask them what to bring (but I will when they are back).

Anybody have any ideas?

Thanks

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Old 03-24-2007, 06:52 PM   #2
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I make breads every year with coloured easter eggs baked into the loaves. This way, its functional -who doesn't love homemade bread with dinner?, and it's festive!
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Old 03-24-2007, 07:21 PM   #3
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Hi

I want to bring something for Easter dinner. I don't know what to bring though.

Maybe dessert (I was thinking maybe cupcakes), maybe buns/bread (I made a bread in the shape of a bunny a few years ago but I lost the recipe), maybe some other dessert.
There are not going to be any kids there (as far as I know) but there will be a few pregnant women. Even though it will be adults I still like the idea of brining something cute.
The couple that are having the dinner are out of town so I can't ask them what to bring (but I will when they are back).

Anybody have any ideas?

Thanks
Welcome to DC, Canuck.

When you mentioned the bunny bread, I remembered this site:

Sculptured Bread

Here are some cute egg chicks:

Cute Egg Chicks
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Old 03-24-2007, 07:44 PM   #4
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[quote=mish]Welcome to DC, Canuck.

When you mentioned the bunny bread....

Mish, when you said "bunny bread" I immediately thought of something from my childhood and a brand of bread sold in my area.

Check this out: Welcome to Bunny Bread
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