When it comes to planning an Easter menu, think fresh and seasonal and include foods like asparagus and mint that you missed during the long, cold winter. Since salmon and lamb are popular on many Easter tables, we made sure to include them on several menus. But we didn't forget about ham, Easter brunch ideas, or irresistible Easter dessert recipes.
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Easter Ham Recipes: To Glaze or Not to Glaze, That Is the Question!A baked ham is the Easter cook's greatest ally. There's no real baking or roasting involved; simply heat the ham through in the oven. A glaze adds a sweetened crust, but unadorned works too, as the savory meat doesn't need much.
Easter Main Dishes
Choose the perfect centerpiece for your spring celebration from our showstopping lineup of main-dish recipes.
Spring Salad RecipesA spring salad can be as simple as fresh, tender greens tossed with a vinaigrette, or you can step it up by adding other seasonal treats like peas, asparagus, radishes, and baby artichokes.
A Celebration of the Season: Easter Menu
Glazed Ham Easter Menu
Easter DinnerThis Easter, feast on baked ham, vibrant produce, and billowy meringue that takes the cake. We've also put together the shopping list for you so you can just pull this up while you're at the store and get everything you need.
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Easter Dinner Menu for Spring
Leg of lamb and artichokes -- the season's best ingredients -- were made for each other. Try this celebratory but simple "Mad Hungry" feast.Post
Spring Entertaining: Mix and Match Recipes
The eight recipes here make it a breeze to put together a meal worthy of a spring celebration, whether Easter lunch or dinner or a gathering in honor of the season’s first warmer days. Choose a main course, a couple of sides, and a dessert. It’s like a multiple-choice test—but a lot more fun and with no wrong answers. All the recipes have harmonious flavors, textures, and colors, so any combination works beautifully. Expecting a big group? Go for “all of the above.”Article
Mad Hungry with Lucinda Scala Quinn: Spring DinnerLeg of lamb and artichokes -- the season's best ingredients -- were made for each other. Try them in Lucinda Scala Quinn's celebratory but simple feast.