Easter Sunday is fast approaching, but there is still time to freshen up your dinner or brunch menu. Take a chance on giving traditional recipes a new twist, or forgo the heavy meal for a light and satisfying brunch. You don’t have to do all the cooking, purchase at least one dish prepared or organize a potluck. Don’t forget the deviled eggs, and never leave home without a hostess gift.
Elizabeth Heiskell, the Debutant Farmer, cookbook author, and Today Show Food Editor shared her best tips to making every-bunny happy with Rebecca Turner on Good Things.
An Easy Easter Spread
by Elizabeth Heiskell
In a bowl, mix together 1/2 cup dijon mustard with a 1/2 cup mayo. Add in Worcestershire, hot sauce, and salt and pepper to taste. Store in the refrigerator and enjoy as an easy spread this Spring on sandwiches and more.
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