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    awalde
    Mon Apr 04, 2011 4:42 pm
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    awalde wrote:
    Loula,
    I'm preparing the Italian the Eastern dove from this original Italian recipe (Italian is my mother language). Will see if it works. If yes, I will post this recipe for you! icon_lol.gif


    I took my dove out of the oven. It smells delicious! And looks beautiful!
    Tomorrow evenenig we will try and if O.K. I will post it; adaptation and translation are done.

    The other recipes looks beautiful too!
    The "patiera napoletana" is an Eastern recipe too!
    Small Town Cook
    Tue Apr 05, 2011 5:23 pm
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    Here is an idea for the painted easter eggs...for after Easter. I did these last year but did them before Easter and decorated my table. They are beautiful.

    You will need:
    boiled decorated eggs (or you can use raw eggs)
    tea lites
    broken crayons (optional)
    egg cups
    empty clean food cans
    pot with boiling water on stove

    1. Separate wicks from wax with the tea lites.
    2. Place wax in food cans and place in pot of boiling water.
    3. Stir until melted and add crayons if desired.
    4. Peel boiled eggs at the narrow end of egg so fat part sets in egg cup. Only peel a small portion . . enough to get egg out of shells.
    5. Set shells in cups.
    6. Place wick from tealites so that metal piece sits in bottom of egg shell.
    7. Carefully pour wax into eggshell
    8. Let wax harden.
    9. Place on table and light for dinner.

    These are so pretty! My kids love making these.
    Cheffette Teresa
    Tue Apr 05, 2011 10:33 pm
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    These little chickees, ducks and bunnies are so much fun to make. I made them with patients where I work in the Geropsych unit, in the town where I live.


    Demelza
    Wed Apr 06, 2011 12:15 am
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    Those little critters are so cute. Great idea for kids!
    awalde
    Sat Apr 09, 2011 4:00 pm
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    I tested the recipe and after trying 2 times I wrote it down.
    I like very much this Eastern Dove and I'm glad we found this recipe (adapted).
    For this recipe you need a lot of time for rising, but the result is incredible:
    very soft, moisty and the delicious!
    Easter Dove- Colomba Di Pasqua #453395 By awalde



    Demelza
    Sat Apr 09, 2011 4:37 pm
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    That looks so beautiful awalde! I am off to save the recipe now icon_biggrin.gif
    awalde
    Sat Apr 09, 2011 5:00 pm
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    Hello Demelza, nice meet you here again!
    I hope you will be successful with this recipe as we were!
    icon_lol.gif Your icon (rabbit) is perfect for "Easter Ideas"! icon_lol.gif
    awalde
    Sun Apr 10, 2011 4:27 pm
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    I found an easy way to dye Easter eggs. It's very easy and really only 15 minutes preparation. I used 3 white and 3 brown eggs
    The recipe and the results:

    Demelza
    Sun Apr 10, 2011 8:38 pm
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    awalde wrote:
    Hello Demelza, nice meet you here again!
    I hope you will be successful with this recipe as we were!
    icon_lol.gif Your icon (rabbit) is perfect for "Easter Ideas"! icon_lol.gif


    Glad to bump into you here as well awalde icon_biggrin.gif Once I get the stitches out from my carpal tunnel surgery & the Dr. says it is ok I will be trying your latest recipe.
    I didn't even think about Peter Rabbit & this being an Easter thread. He is the bunny who was eating my garden all last summer icon_lol.gif

    Your recipe does not show for the eggs you just dyed & posted.
    awalde
    Mon Apr 11, 2011 4:22 am
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    Sorry, I forgot the link. The recioe is Traditional Easter Marbled Pace Eggs #221017 By French Tart!
    Lalaloula
    Fri Apr 15, 2011 6:42 am
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    Small Town Cook wrote:
    Here is an idea for the painted easter eggs...for after Easter. I did these last year but did them before Easter and decorated my table. They are beautiful.

    You will need:
    boiled decorated eggs (or you can use raw eggs)
    tea lites
    broken crayons (optional)
    egg cups
    empty clean food cans
    pot with boiling water on stove

    1. Separate wicks from wax with the tea lites.
    2. Place wax in food cans and place in pot of boiling water.
    3. Stir until melted and add crayons if desired.
    4. Peel boiled eggs at the narrow end of egg so fat part sets in egg cup. Only peel a small portion . . enough to get egg out of shells.
    5. Set shells in cups.
    6. Place wick from tealites so that metal piece sits in bottom of egg shell.
    7. Carefully pour wax into eggshell
    8. Let wax harden.
    9. Place on table and light for dinner.

    These are so pretty! My kids love making these.


    Small Town Cook, thats such a great idea for easter! I know many people who just love those cute little eggshaped easter candles and how neat would it be to make those myself in order to give them to them. icon_biggrin.gif Wow, thank you so much for sharing this genius idea here with us! icon_biggrin.gif I hope Ill find the time to try out your method!

    Loula
    Lalaloula
    Fri Apr 15, 2011 6:43 am
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    Cheffette Teresa wrote:
    These little chickees, ducks and bunnies are so much fun to make. I made them with patients where I work in the Geropsych unit, in the town where I live.




    WOW, Teresa, what a cute parade of little critters! LOVE them! icon_biggrin.gif I bet everyone is so proud of what you achieved with your patients. They look like right out of a crafters' mag!

    Loula
    Lalaloula
    Fri Apr 15, 2011 6:45 am
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    awalde wrote:
    I tested the recipe and after trying 2 times I wrote it down.
    I like very much this Eastern Dove and I'm glad we found this recipe (adapted).
    For this recipe you need a lot of time for rising, but the result is incredible:
    very soft, moisty and the delicious!
    Easter Dove- Colomba Di Pasqua #453395 By awalde





    Oh my word, awalde, you have outdone yourself! Your easter dove bread looks perfect and so fluffy! Mmm, I wish I could have a bite of it right now! yummy.gif
    I love the way you presented it with the powdered sugar on top! My mother once ordered one of these from Italy for Easter and it didnt look half as good as the one you made. I wish I had your talent in the kitchen! Chapeau!

    Are you hosting a big Easter breakfast or dinner at home this year? I bet everyone loves to go to your house for food. icon_biggrin.gif I sure know I would love to visit you!

    Loula
    Lalaloula
    Fri Apr 15, 2011 6:46 am
    Forum Host
    awalde wrote:
    I found an easy way to dye Easter eggs. It's very easy and really only 15 minutes preparation. I used 3 white and 3 brown eggs
    The recipe and the results:



    Cool, they look so pretty! The marbelling really worked, even on the brown eggs. Its getting harder and harder to decide which tecnique Im going to do for my eggs this year. Maybe lll get around to trying them all.

    Thanks for sharing yet another great idea with us, awalde!

    Loula
    awalde
    Fri Apr 15, 2011 7:48 am
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    I'm glad you liked my Easter-products!

    I confess we ate the eggs and the "colomba" already.
    This evening we'll live and stay some days with my parents in Ticino (Italian part of Switzerland); I prepared a beautiful "colomba" for them! Then we'll take some days vacations and we'll be back on May!

    I wish you all a HAPPY EASTER!
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