FOOD FUN: Easter Egg Cheese Plate

We can always rely on DiBruno Bros. in Philadelphia for the best specialty foods—and creative ways to use them. For Easter, they’ve used Easter egg cookie cutters (photo #2) to create an Easter cheese plate (photo #1). The semi-hard cheese group includes young Asiago, Cheddar, Colby, Edam, Fontinella, Gouda, Manchego, Provolone (photo #1) and Queso…
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TIP OF THE DAY: Make Hot Cross Buns For Good Friday

[1] Enjoy hot cross buns for breakfast on Good Friday, and at tea time or coffee break all Easter weekend (photo courtesy King Arthur Flour).   Hot cross buns are sweet yeast buns made with raisins or currants, and decorated with a cross. The cross, symbolizing the Crucifixion, was originally made with knife cuts in…
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FOOD FUN: Bunny Biscuits (Rabbit Bread?)

These Bunny Biscuits are so cute, you can make them anytime you need a smile. They were sent to us for Easter fun by Elegant Affairs Caterers. The biscuits are easy to make from refrigerated biscuit dough. Serve them at breakfast/brunch or for a mid-morning or -afternoon coffee or tea break.   Ingredients 1 cylinder…
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TIP OF THE DAY: Make Hot Cross Buns

[1] Enjoy these delicious hot cross buns, even if you don’t celebrate Easter (photo courtesy King Arthur Flour). [2] Use raisins or dried cranberries, e.g. Craisins (photo courtesy Ocean Spray). [3] Out of the oven, cooled and iced (photo courtesy Amy’s Bread).   Tomorrow is Good Friday, a traditional time for Hot Cross Buns. You…
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