I hope you are having an enjoyable weekend! It is springy, albeit a bit windy, in my neck of the woods, and I am looking forward to a weekend at home with my little family and our good friends who are coming into town.

If you celebrate Easter and are looking for any last minute menu ideas, click on the image below!

I’ll see you next week with some classic, simple meals perfect for spring eating!

6 Responses to Last Minute Easter Food Ideas!

  1. Kim in MD says:

    Thanks for allowing me to put zero thought into my Easter menu this year, Mel! Happy Easter!

  2. Memoria says:

    Thanks for sharing great menu ideas. Have a blessed Easter!

  3. Alisha O says:

    Making the slow cooker version of Ham tomorrow & made the Cheesecakes tonight for tomorrow. I want to make the punch but can’t find Citric Acid ANYWHERE. Boo. Anyway, thanks for the great recipes as usual! Have a wonderful G.C. & Easter weekend!

  4. Theresa says:

    The new blog looks great, but I really preferred it when your settings allowed the whole post to show up in a feed reader. I find that I don’t click through unless I can see what I want, and I have so many bookmarked pages from your site in the past I know I must be missing out now.

  5. Mel says:

    Theresa – I’m sorry you aren’t happy with the partial feed. I’ve explained this to other readers but it’s hard to get the word out to everyone – I changed to a partial feed because I found out that there were people stealing my content directly from the RSS feed. When I publish the whole feed, it can be directly fed into someone else’s blog – and unfortunately I found out that this exact thing was happening and my posts and pictures were being published elsewhere with others claiming it as their own. Moving to a partial RSS feed helps protect the content that I spend a lot of time working on. I hope you understand and am sorry it is inconvenient.

  6. Thank you for the wonderful ideas & receipes. I can’t agree with you more about people who publish your content as their own. Fortunately, people read through many sources on the net and sooner or later they know who originated the idea. Keep up the good work.

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