Whether you want to go traditional with a classic glazed ham dish, or you’re looking to level up your spread with mac ‘n’ cheese lasagne, a culinary delight listed here is certain to pique your interest.
The rule of six is due to return on March 29, paving the way for all kinds of foodie freedom from garden picnics to bbqs on the beach – weather gods, hear our prayers.
It’s going to be very nice to have a slice of normality with our hot cross buns this year but if you’re struggling to remember what we eat for Easter and you’re fresh out of practice at hosting family and friends, here’s a menu for you to chew on.
Whether you want to go traditional with a classic glazed ham dish, or you’re looking to level up your spread with mac ‘n’ cheese lasagne, a culinary delight listed below is certain to pique your interest.
And if it all goes tits up and you set fire to your oven mitt because cooking, what’s that again? Then so be it. The Easter bunny is a benevolent, forgiving type and dining alfresco with a Deliveroo on our laps, toes tinkering with the lawn below, is just as bloody lovely.
Lemon Asparagus Pasta
For a post-choc palate cleanser, look no further than this fragrant veggie pasta with a parmesan kick. April is prime time asparagus season, so reap the rewards of your harvest my friends and dig in.
We’re obviously not suggesting you just have a plate of potatoes for your Easter dinner but that’s also exactly what we’re suggesting. These golden tats qualify. If you want to relegate them to a side plate division, that’s none of our business.
It’s been a minute since you caught up with family and friends – this calls for quick, convenient American style grub, washed down with an ice-cold beer. Reunited and it feels so good – too good to be stuck in the kitchen for 84 years.