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Passover and Easter within a few days of each other? I hope you’ve started planning!

It’s time to roll out the first big Spring meal. Even if you aren’t having a houseful of people, you could be feeling the pull to refresh Winter’s heavier menu. Don’t wait for company to serve shaved asparagus salad or carrot, avocado and orange salad.

If you’re hosting little ones, check out the Easter and Passover activities for kids. There are some clever ideas to keep them busy while you put the finishing touches on the table.

And what to do when once your Easter egg hunt is all over? Put your feet up and check out Southern Living’s article about making deviled eggs. You may need all 19 ways!


Epicurious Easter recipes

8 Easter Menus from Cooking Light

Williams-Sonoma Easter Brunch

Williams-Sonoma Spring Breakfast Recipes

Martha Stewart Passover recipes

The Best Lamb for Easter (via the NY Times)