Living and loving the countrylife
Easter eggs were part of what was going on in our kitchen this week. It all looks so yummy!
Pretty eggs! That pie looks good too :)
Thanks, the form for the pie was not great and will not be used again but still tasted great
I love how your eggs came out. Such vibrant colors. There's nothing like cooking in a cast iron skillet - especially in the oven.
you are right, there is nothing like cooking in a cast iron skillet
This is the first time I did not color easter eggs in my life...! Yours are so vibrant and lush. Pretty@
those colored eggs look awesome. how long do you soak them to get such great colors?
the row on the left was 5 minutes, the second row was about 8 minutes, I loved how they turned out when I left them in longer
I love your green plates. And the eggs are so bright and pretty! Are those chicken wings? Thanks for sharing your kitchen this week.
yes chicken wings
That chicken looks delicious! What vibrant colors your Easter eggs had. have a great week!
thanks and hope you have a great week too
Your food look delicious and I smiled at your green and red dishes as I have the same pattern.. Enjoyed my visit..
LOL thats funny, my mom has that pattern in blue
beautiful eggs! like jewels.
I lover your old green transfer-ware. It looks lovely on the table and that dill cucumber salad looks amazing. I am more than a bit addicted to dill pickles at the moment. I wanted to dye eggs for Easter but just didn't get around to it in time. The colours look really vibrant, did you use food dyes?debx
Oh I love dill pickles too, just opened the last jar we made from last year.I used cold colors on the eggs, not sure what they are called in English but it's little pill like tablets that you combine with cold water and vinegar, I had planned to make my own this year but then ran out of time and we still had those from last year.
Anja, your food looks wonderful. I especially love your green plates. :)