Easter

8 Food Blog Links We Love

April  3, 2015

We've scoured the web for our favorite food blog posts, and now we're bringing them right to your desktop. It’s hard work, but someone has to do it.

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.

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

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!

3 Comments

Oana G. April 6, 2015
I made a video how to paint eggs with natural products - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1O-DnGOCO5E
 
Claudia |. April 5, 2015
http://www.gourmetproject.net/spring-chocolate-spoons/
 
AntoniaJames April 3, 2015
I subscribe to only one food blogger's instagram feed: BaketotheRoots, a Berlin-based graphic designer who not only has a great blog, but also wins hands down best-food-blogger-beard, ever. <br /><br />This caught my eye: http://baketotheroots.de/easter-egg-macarons-with-lemon-buttercream-and-lemon-curd/ His entire Easter series is worth a look. <br /><br />His approach seems to be about making each of his bakes perfect, and as beautiful as can be, just as it is, and not fussing, or perhaps he just does an amazing job of making it look like he didn't fuss, over the styling. <br />This year's Easter baking, of which there is a lot, can be found here on his home page: http://baketotheroots.de/ <br /><br /> Not sure if this fellow is on Food52's radar, but he certainly should be. In fact, you should get him to contribute to your columns. <br />Thanks for asking. Cheers. ;o)