Easter Sunday is a mere three weeks away, so what better time than the present to learn classic recipes typically served during Easter lunch.
For the next three weeks, I'll be sharing some of the foods that remind me of my family's traditional Easter lunch, starting with my very favorite — deviled eggs.
I have always been a HUGE fan of deviled eggs. I like all forms of eggs, but this way is my very favorite. Besides Easter, deviled eggs are typically served with dainty finger foods at parties. But they're so tasty and easy to make, they really can hold their own for almost any occasion.
My version is very simple and may be missing a few ingredients some other versions you've tasted. That's exactly the way I prefer my deviled eggs — simple. But additions are easy to make based on your taste preferences.
Vida Mexican Kitchen y Cantina will be offering an Easter buffet from 11 am to 7 pm on Sunday, April 24.
The Mexican-inspired spread will feature over two dozen items, including breakfast items (smoked salmon eggs benedict with poblano hollandaise and egg taco with pico de gallo), as well as entree-type items (chipotle rubbed prime rib, mole chicken breast, tamarind glazed pork loin with apple pico, horseradish crusted salmon, mac & cheese with jalapeno bacon and home fries with green chiles).
The buffet is $22.95 per person, kids ages 4 - 12 eat for half price, kids 3 and under eat free.
Vida Mexican Kitchen y Cantina
EpiCentre @ 210 E Trade Street
Charlotte, NC 28202
Mez at the EpiCentre will be hosting Easter brunch and a movie for $29.95 per person on April 24. Brunch without a movie is $23.95, and kids' meal is $10.95 per person.
The brunch buffet will include breakfast selections, salads, fruits, a carving station, and assorted pastries.
Chima Brazilian Steahouse will be celebrating Easter, April 24, with earlier hours and family-friendly activities like face painting and kid's entertainment.
Complete racist. Totally obvious, so sad, he ruins an otherwise great show.