In the past, I have had a little difficulty dying eggs naturally (having tried beets, black beans, turmeric, coffee, tea…), so I love that these eggs come in beautiful colours direct from the chicken. No fuss, no muss!
Kirsten (Comfortably Domestic) has been much more successful with her natural dyes though. Do take a look at her beautiful Easter eggs that have been coloured with Natural Easter Egg Dyes.
With Easter so late this year, I had hoped to be posting a photo of our forsythia is full bloom. But with the crazy winter we had, it was not be. I’m happy to report that all the snow appears to be gone though and there are the tiniest little buds just starting to appear on the forsythia. Maybe spring really has sprung at last!
» Happy Easter! (2013) Brioche Birds and egg coloured using photoshop
» Greek Easter Bread – with a few substitutions (2013) Tea egg bread – attempt at dying eggs with tea
» some tea eggs are beautiful (2013) dying eggs with tea
» Happy Easter! (2012) forsythia in bloom (note the much earlier April date)
» Happy Easter! (2010) attempt at dying eggs with tea
» Hot Cross Cardamom Buns (Easter 2009) attempt at dying eggs with cooking waters from black beans, beets or turmeric
» Happy Easter Monday! (2008) snow! and foil wrapped chocolate eggs
» Happy Easter! (2007) snow! and egg coloured digitally
» Happy Easter! (2006) Hot Cross Buns, forsythia and digitally coloured egg
» Happy Easter Monday! (2005) neighbourhood Easter baskets
» Q: What’s for breakfast? A: A Goose Egg!!