Happy Easter Zombie Bunnies

Happy Easter everyone. I thought I would share a few photos from around the house, since it was all festive for the occasion. These are the chocolate eggs, chocolate rabbit, and oh so cute chocolate carrots I "found" on Amazon.

These are the real eggs. The lighter colored ones are "marbled eggs" what we do is color the eggs a base color, and then a little oil to all the colors and redye. The oil sticks to part of the shell and gives this multi-colored look. It's something my mom read in Martha Stewart Living years and years ago. Here's a link to last year's blog entry.
The really really dark egg, which I have been trying to get to happen forever, is actually a brown egg in old regular food coloring dye. That's it, the great secret, brown eggs can be colored deep dark beautiful colors. So now you know as well.

I also sprouted some lentils, I started late, I was out of the green lentils, so they didn't quite make it in time. I'm planning on planting some, seeing what happens. All you have to do to get these to sprout, is wet a paper towel, place in a bowl top with some lentils and wet a little every day. It takes around a week and a half for a  decent, edible growth. Then you can place them in sandwiches or just plant them in the garden, 4 inches apart. Probably shouldn't plant quite this many.

We spend all this time every xmas setting up a tree, and then for easter we hang things on the ficus. So much simpler...

Armenian Easter Bread Choreg

And here it is, the picture of the bread, choreg, I did in fact make them, they are basically finished we have one left, it was a pretty good year, if I do say so myself. You can check out the recipe for them here.