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Happy Eastover/Passter! That's right, we have two food-focused holidays this weekend: Easter and Passover. From hot cross buns and bunny cookies to Manischewitz poached eggs and flourless cake, we've got your menu covered. Just read these links and get cooking.

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Dyed Eggs  Bread PuddingBunny Cookies  Carrot Cake

  • Use vegetables, like shredded beets or cabbage, to naturally dye Easter eggs. (Apt. 2B Baking Co.)
  • Bake up some bunny cookies with little meringue tails for a festive treat. (Shauna Sever.)
  • Make the Easter bunny jealous with this vegan carrot cake. (Wholy Goodness.)

Manischewitz Poached Eggs  Leg of LambPassover Cookie Cake  Chocolate Cake

  • Poach eggs in Manischewitz and serve over asparagus for Sunday brunch. (What Jew Wanna Eat.)
  • Give the leg of lamb at your Easter table a Middle Eastern flair. (Modern Wifestyle.)
  • Make a chocolate chip cookie cake that's Passover-friendly. (Jew Hungry.)
  • And for a different take on a flourless treat, try this cardamom-spiced chocolate cake. (A Cozy Kitchen.)

Photos on top by (clockwise) Apt. 2B Baking Co., A Thousand Threads, Wholy GoodnessShauna Sever

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Photos on bottom by (clockwise) What Jew Wanna Eat, Modern Wifestyle, A Cozy KitchenJew Hungry

Which food blogs inspired you this week? Tell us in the comments!

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