Friday, April 10, 2009

Happy Easter...Foodie and Flashback Friday

Suzy, at Kitchen Bouquet, has Flashback Friday every week, and Gollum, at Designs by Gollum hosts Foodie Friday. Be sure to stop in and see what's on the menu..:)

The kitchen smells wonderful..Mike just finished baking the Rugelach...a tutorial and recipe is available on an older post of that name..Dec. 08.

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That's my flashback..:)

I just made 4 more Danish...gifts for the neighbors..recipe in yesterday's post..

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Here are the cake eggs I made...I used a drop of food coloring in a cream cheese and sugar mixture for the yolks..the pans I have had for years...Wilton..

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And after they are dipped in chocolate..

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Here's the inside....creamy, not sweet.
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Happy Easter to all those celebrating! I will be celebrating with my 4 little bunnies, (grandchildren) and they are still too young to wonder why the BUNNY brings eggs!)
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Spud, the errant bunny wishes you a blessed Easter, too!

26 comments:

  1. I spy white Gibson dishes--they look glamorous. I have been enjoying the napkin rings that came with them. Adorable. I LOVe your eggs. The yolks are so rich, they resemble our farm eggs! Have a wonderful Easter, Kathleen.
    Hugs,
    Gollum

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  2. These all look delicious! Your eggs look professional and so good.
    I think it s wonderful your husband likes to be in the kitchen.

    Enjoy a wonderful Easter!

    Beth

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  3. I love the eggs - did you bake the cream cheese in the eggs, or inject it in after baking? They are so cute!

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  4. Cuisine Kathleen,

    Happy Easter.

    Marjorie.

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  5. Hello Kathleen~ You know these chocolate confections are something I'd love to make. I'm assuming you sandwich the two halves together before dipping?
    Happy Easter to you and your family!

    Sweet Wishes,
    Sara DB sis

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  6. Kathleen, Happy Easter to you and your entire family ... I'm sure the "little bunnies" will love the chocolate eggs.

    Mike's rugelach always look perfect and must taste wonderful.

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  7. Hi Kathleen! Oh this little cakes are wonderful! Wish I had a egg cake pan! They look and sound yummy!
    Oh, Dear One, thank you for singing me a song!
    I wish you and your family a blessed Easter,
    Shelia ;)

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  8. Love the eggs! and the ruggies! Sweet, sweet post :)

    Happy Easter, Kathleen!

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  9. The chocolate dipped eggs turned out great - if they taste as good as they look, they will disappear fast!
    Mike's rugelach came out well also...you're lucky he likes to cook!

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  10. The eggs look so delicious! I hope to try the rugelach recipe in the near future.

    Have a great Easter!!

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  11. Your flashback looks delicious. I've never had them but would love to try. I really love your little egg cakes. That is a cool pan! Hope you have a very happy and relaxing Easter my sweet friend. Big Easter Hug for you :-)

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  12. Love your egg cakes! I have the pan but have never done the cakes in chocolate -- they look really good. Perhaps next year!

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  13. That is SUCH a cute idea! I get my egg cake from the bakery because I'm not as talented as you.

    In a post below, you show the most darling egg napkin ring. Where did you find it?

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  14. Those little egg cakes are the cutest things! The "yolk" makes them. Have a wonderful Easter with your bunnies! :D Jewel

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  15. Everything looks beautiful and delicious! What a gorgeous job you did on it all!

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  16. Caaaa-ute ! Love your eggs ! Happy
    Easter - Hugs~ Kammy

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  17. Okay that's it for sure. You are definitely my inspiration to get back into the kitchen. Your food looks so delicious. The eggs are brilliant. I love the sweet bunny plates in your header, and I have the same placemats! It's all so nice.

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  18. Hi Kathleen! Where to begin... I always love your posts. The eggs turned out great! Mike does a fabulous job on the rugelach. Happy Easter.

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  19. Your egg cakes are beautiful - as it everything, Kathleen! My 8-1/2 y/o granddaughter said the other day when we were in the supermarket that she doesn't understand why people buy Easter baskets because the bunny bring you a new one every year. I'm betting this will be the last year she "believes".

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  20. Kathleen, I think I need an egg cake pan! It's nice that Mike enjoys playing in the kitchen. Have a wonderful Easter.

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  21. Kathleen, I enjoyed coming back and catching up on all your posts I missed. What beatiful tablescapes, danishes and the egg cakes are just too cute. I'm with Debbie...I think I need an egg cake pan too.

    Happy Easter to you and your family.

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  22. What cute egg cakes! I've never seen anything like that!

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  23. That is such a cute idea! What a fun Easter treat :).

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  24. This is very cute and they turned out just perfect! Hope you had a wonderful Easter!

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  25. I can't believe I missed commenting on this post but evidently, I did! I remember when you first showed the 'eggs' and I couldn't wait to see them covered in chocolate. I love the idea of the cake centers instead of candy. They're beautiful, Kathleen!

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