Easter Traditions with a Twist
Easter is always a busy time at a food store ranking up there with the likes of Christmas and Thanksgiving as traditionally it’s a time when families gather together to share a meal. Not just any meal but what most would consider a feast. It’s a time when traditional foods that we have loved since childhood are planned, shopped for and prepared with great care and attention to detail. It’s a time when on most cases paper plates and plastic flatware are foregone in deference to Mom’s best china, crystal and silverware. Last week’s blog focused on our sweet tooth with suggested Easter Desserts. This week let’s concentrate on the main course....
Okay, perhaps not. But we can still hope, can’t we?