Apr 11

Easter at Our House

Here’s a little rundown of our Easter lunch!Even though our kitchen/dining area is absolutely tiny, we managed to fit everyone at the table!Deviled eggs are probably my favorite part of Easter. My mom and I read about 10 website articles on “how to make the perfect hard boiled egg”. Once we decided on the one we’d follow (Martha Stewart, of course) we went for it. Apparently the altitude wasn’t taken into consideration in Martha’s article because they were far from being the best hard boiled eggs. I cracked one open and it wasn’t even close to being done! So we stuck the eggs back in the pot and re-boiled them, hoping they’d come out OK. Surprisingly, it worked!
I’ve learned a simple way of filling the eggs once they’re done. I’m sure a lot of people already know this, but I’m telling you, it makes life so much easier! I just make the egg filling in a bowl and then fill a small plastic zipper bag with the filling. I cut off a bit of one corner and squeeze out the desired amount into the egg! As for the filling, my family just uses mayo, a little mustard, s&p, and paprika. It sure does hit the spot.Mom cooking away!
Believe it or not, there was actually a plethora of other delicious food at Easter lunch…I just managed to photograph the most important of the food items (above).

Haha, this one cracks me up. He always has a way of stealing the show…Glamour shots!
I honestly believe that Barkley likes getting his picture taken. He always seems to pose for me when I get my camera out!

1 comment

  1. mom

    Nice pictures! Thanks for hosting!

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