Easter is not a big cooking holiday for me. I usually go somewhere else for dinner and don’t get to contribute. (Although I will take any excuse to make or eat deviled eggs.) But now that I have a toddler, I am sure that Easter egg dyeing is in my future. Here’s a nice guide to dyeing eggs the natural way from Mother Nature Network.
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