What are you planning for this year’s Easter Dinner?
A little bacon-wrapped quail nestled on a bed of saffron foam? Perhaps a duck, wrapped in a turkey, stuffed inside a whole hog and roasted on a spit?
That. Sounds. Exhausting.
We get it. Holidays are a big deal. And in an effort to make sure each year is as good as the last, we can all get a little lost in trying to go B-I-G.
But holidays don’t work that way. Holidays aren’t defined by the new, but by the classics.
We don’t spend St. Patrick’s Day noodling over what color to wear. Thanksgiving doesn’t typically involve a debate over what to have for dinner. Not too many families plan to put up Christmas lights on January 1st.
So this year, don’t worry about being trendy; just put tradition back on your table.
To help get you there, we’ve put together three meal combos perfect for this Easter. They aren’t trendy or cutting-edge, but they’re made naturally delicious by time-tested methods and delivered right to your front door.
Some things go in and out of style. Our delicious centerpieces do not.
This year, put tradition on your table. But it can be our little secret that we did all the work!
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