Happy Easter!

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Happy Easter!

The forsythia and pansies have bloomed just in time! Isn’t spring wonderful?

edit 17 April @ 12:24 EDT: I was just about to hit “publish” yesterday when my webhost had to shut everything down because of an investigation into a recent exploit on their servers. Apparently, several webhosts were affected so the investigation took a LONG time! Everything has been put back on line only just a few minutes ago.

We liked Lucia Cats so much that I decided to make them as Hot Cross buns this year. I was going to make regular Hot Cross buns but after seeing the lovely saffron buns on TSiR 1 – Ancient Spices: Saffron, I changed my mind.

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5 responses to “Happy Easter!

  1. vineela

    Thanks for dropping, ejm.
    “drumsticks ” will be there in frozen section in indian stores.As u said i also go thru google and found out it is “solanumtorvum”.But in south india it is prepared weekly once .(all most everybody likes that ).
    Looking to see more recipes from u.
    Vineela

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  2. ejm Post author

    Thank you, Paz. Forsythia are amazing, aren’t they? I am not usually the biggest fan of yellow flowers but I do love forsythia. And the saffron hot cross buns were indeed delicious.

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