Easter is here and that means spring has finally sprung! Egg Farmers of Ontario (EFO) are pleased to share two wonderful farm family recipes that will perfectly complement your mouth-watering Easter dinner and are sure to become your families’ favorites!
Easter has always been synonymous with eggs. Decorating eggs with beautiful, brilliant colours is a favourite creative Easter activity for families, but keep in mind that you can get creative with eggs for your Easter dishes as well!
Transform your home into a colourful studio with these simple egg decorating ideas, tips and tricks from the “Eggs-perts”
Egg decorating has been enjoyed around the world for centuries. Get the spring spirit flowing in your home with these fun, kid-friendly egg decorating techniques. We have put together this step-by-step guide to help make egg decorating an adventure for the whole family.
Planning Your “Egg-proach”
The first step to prepare your egg for decorating is to decide if you will blow out your egg or hard boil it. If you want to keep your egg ornament for years to come, you will need to empty the raw egg. Otherwise, hard boil your egg for a temporary decoration. Read more...
I’m looking forward to having some house guests this summer in Toronto and while my first thoughts should go to how will we ever get this house in order, I easily switch gears diverting my attention to what will we eat and enjoy together.
With four kids and four adults in the house, I’m leaning towards variations on make-your-own options such as crêpes, that can satisfy adults and kids alike.
I’m always on the lookout for ways to work smarter, not longer, while still eating right. It’s one of the reasons I love eggs. I can make a quick, healthy meal I know everyone will love in half an hour.
Here are my top time-saving tips for making crêpes: Read more...
Covered and stored in the fridge, crêpe batter can be made a day or two ahead. (Be sure to give it another good whisk and thin out with milk, if needed.)
Crêpes can be frozen. Separated with parchment paper and wrapped in an airtight container, they’ll keep for a month. (Fully thaw before unwrapping.)