Whether you’re celebrating Easter or a lazy spring Sunday, indulge in some throwback fun, tasty treats, and the websites we can’t get enough of.
Dye Some Eggs
No one says that egg decorating has to be an activity confined to 7-year-olds. And, no one said that your creativity has to be confined to the PAAS kits in the grocery store (which, come to think of it, are probably all sold out at this point.)
So, pick up some eggs, hard-boil them or blow the contents out of the shells, bust out a sharpie, and doodle your way to some very cool Easter eggs. Or, pull out the temporary tattoos leftover from Halloween for this minimalist look from Country Living. Up for a really creative day? Try these crazy painting techniques from Alisa Burke!
All Those Eggs You’ve Just Dyed
So, now that you’ve just dyed two dozen eggs, you’re probably wondering what to do with them. Whether you want brunch for today or lunch for tomorrow (or, yeah, probably both), try these yummy recipes:
- Sriracha and Wasabi Deviled Eggs
- Egg Salad Sandwich with Avocado and Watercress
- Bacon Balsamic Deviled Eggs
The Wine of the Year
Headed to Easter dinner with your family (or your significant other’s family)? Impress everyone at the party by bringing Wine Enthusiast’s Wine of the Year, a 2007 Chianti from Nipozzano Riserva. They’ll get a delicious red that pairs with just about anything they’re serving, and you’ll get to look like a fancy, knowledgeable (and super-generous) wine snob—for only $22! (Don’t worry, we took one for the team and tried it out. You won’t be disappointed.)
The Best of the Web
It might just be us, but we feel like the interwebs have been producing some particularly amazing stuff these last couple of weeks. You’ve probably seen these fun tumblrs and memes filling up your news feed already, but just in case you missed them, here are some of our recent favorites: