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  • An Easter feast is a seasonal given: a large cut of meat, plenty of Champagne, and all the trappings of a celebration meal. This is our dream menu -- springy and delicious, with plenty of green on the table. Raise your glass of bubbly; there's plenty to celebrate this season. • See our ideas for an Easter Brunch and Easter Leftovers Done Proud . • Celebrating Passover? See our Mediterranean Passover Seder . ª Got a question in the kitchen? The Food52 Hotline is here to help!
    Shaved Asparagus and Mint Salad
    Shaved Asparagus and Mint SaladBaby Artichokes Fried in Olive OilPommes DauphinoisePickled RampsSpiced Leg of Lamb on the Grill

  • From homemade matzo to succulent brisket, here's how to cook up your tastiest seder ever.

    Homemade Matzos

    Homemade Matzos


    Homemade Matzos
    This easy recipe, served at Wise Sons' Seder pop-up in San Francisco, is from Beauty's Bagel Shop in Oakland, CA.

    Ingredients
    About 2 3/4 cups flour, divided
    1/2 teaspoon kosher salt
    1/3 cup olive oil
    About 1/2 tsp. fine sea salt

    Preparation
    1. Set a pizza stone on an oven rack and heat oven to 500° for about 45 minutes (if you don't have a pizza stone, set a large baking sheet on a rack and heat until oven is hot).
    2. Put 2 1/4 cups flour, kosher salt, and oil in a food processor. With motor running, slowly add 1/2 cup water. Dough will come together into a ball and should feel soft and supple; if it is sticky at all, add more flour, 1 tbsp. at a time.
    3. Divide dough into 12 portions. Using a floured rolling pin, roll 1 portion at a time on a well-floured work surface into a round about 8 in. wide and just thin enough to see through. Lightly sprin

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  • The things you can do with Peeps never cease to amaze us. From a Peeps table centerpiece to a Peep bottle stopper - the possibilities are endless! Same goes for Peep-inspired desserts. If you're looking for a quick and easy treat you can make for Easter, look no further than the holiest of all marshmallows. Whether swimming in pudding, chilling on a crispy treat nest, or bathing in mini marshmallows - these adorable Peep recipes are sure to bring a splash of fun to your dessert table!


    White Chocolate Peeps Pops

    White Chocolate Peeps Pops

    1. White Chocolate Peeps Pops
    If your love of Peeps has left you feeling a little marshmallow-ed out, add in some melted white chocolate chips, throw in lollipop sticks, and you've got a brand new Easter treat!

    Ingredients: 1 box of 12 Peeps
    12 ounces white chocolate chips, melted
    decorative sprinkles

    Directions: - Place the Peeps on the lollipop sticks and dip them in the melted chocolate and cover in sprinkles. Then place them on a cookie sheet lined with wax paper and place it in the fridge t

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  • The world of Passover desserts can look grim. Dreary. Chalky. Cookies, hard as rocks; brownies, mouthfuls of starch. But dessert can still be good -- great, really -- without leavening (and without flour!). Here are 10 desserts that just happen to be Passover-friendly, and naturally gluten-free to boot -- just two of the many reasons to munch on them (or spoon them up) all week long. • See our ideas for a Mediterranean Passover Seder . • Celebrating Easter? Check out our Springy Easter Dinner. • Browse through more gluten-free baked goods on Food52. • Got a question in the kitchen? The Food52 Hotline is here to help!
    Strawberry-Rhubarb Compote
    Strawberry-Rhubarb CompotePine Nut Brittle with RosemaryBurnt Caramel PuddingAncho Chili-Cinnamon Chocolate BarkLemon Posset

  • A delicious, make-ahead feast for Easter, or even a lazy Sunday with friends.

    Easter brunch menu

    Easter brunch menu


    Easter brunch menu

    Asparagus and morel quiche, ham with sticky Meyer lemon-spice glaze, and citrus salad make up this elegant spring feast. And best of all, most of the preparation can be done the day before.

    Get started the day before:
    Quiche: Bake and chill.
    Ham: Trim and score ham (step 1 of recipe); make glaze and chill (step 2).
    Buns: Bake, but don't add icing.
    Citrus salad: Prepare and chill.
    Watercress salad: Stem watercress and make dressing; chill them separately.

    Finish up in the morning:
    2½ hours before: Start baking ham.
    ½ hour before: Put quiche and buns into oven with ham (tent both with foil). Make fresh o.j. and orange slices for drinks.
    15 minutes before: Remove buns from oven and ice them. Set out ham and salads; dress the watercress.

    Baked Ham with Sticky Meyer Lemon-Spice Glaze

    Baked Ham with Sticky Meyer Lemon-Spice Glaze


    Baked Ham with Sticky Meyer Lemon-Spice Glaze

    Be sure to buy a ham without added glaze; it would mute the flavor of ou

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