Easter supper recipes are starting to pop up, so its got me thinking about what we're going to serve this year. Last year was a smash hit. Josh and Jill joined us for a maple glazed ham, Donna's mac & cheese, some Greek Easter bread and Mahalia Jackson.
The Iron Skillet Pineapple Upside Down Cake was really good. The Pioneer Woman has a lot of decadent, comfort food-style recipes. Perfect for Easter. :)
I spent many Easters with my Greek friends back home. Last year I was missing them a lot, so Sanne and I learned how to make Greek Easter bread, which is called Tsoureki. It was delicious and beautiful!
I can't imagine Easter without that ham, or my mom's mac & cheese. But this year, I do want to try some new recipes.
Here are some ideas I found:
Pesto Ricotta Pie
Spinach and Strawberry Salad
Dill Biscuits with Honey Butter
Lemon Meringue Pie
Which reminds me... you may or may not remember, but much to my dismay, I am not very fond of fruit pies. Since my recent discovery of Pushing Daisies, I've been really wanting to do some pie-making. So I've been on the lookout for non-fruit pies. Lemon Meringue was my childhood favorite, and I found a banana-chocolate cream pie that I like.
What are some of your favorite pies (non-fruit, specifically)? What always makes it on your Easter table?