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Whether you are celebrating Easter or not, there are reasons to cook, and with any luck, reasons to celebrate.
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Easter Meal Plan

Hello!
 
Perhaps . . . perhaps . . . perhaps you are getting ready for an Easter celebration that looks a bit different from the Easter you had last year. Maybe it’s a slightly larger group? Maybe there are vaccinated grandparents involved? I feel hopeful that the light at the end of the tunnel has started to shine on you and yours.
 
And whether you are celebrating Easter or not, there are reasons to cook, and with any luck, reasons to celebrate. Perhaps you have a kid reveling in an acceptance from a top choice college, or a reunion with a friend or relative for the first time in a long time. Make something good and keep your eyes on the weeks to come, when vaccines will allow us to get together more easily and often.

Remember appetizers? Those things you served before a special meal? They’re still here! These tender-crunchy crostini are slathered with a spicy mayo and then heaped with slightly bitter sautéed greens.

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And these. Very delicious and pretty lavish looking. Even if you’re not a pro at wrapping the shrimp, they will come out of the oven looking and smelling fantastic.

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The classic, perfect baked ham—cross-hatched and shiny with a tangy sweet glaze, this is the quintessential Easter main course, and leftovers are going to become anything from sandwiches to quiche to arroz con gandules.

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This Greek-style leg of lamb has a little spiral of extra flavor inside and looks more complicated than it really is to make. 

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A super tender slow-cooked marinated pork shoulder or butt roast recipe that is amazing on its own, and the meat can also be used in so many ways.  

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This cheery, fresh green-and-white orzo salad features asparagus and sugar snap peas.

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Mix and match any lettuces and herbs you like as a bed for this soft, savory, slow-cooked salmon, perfect for an Easter brunch.

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A special meal calls for a thoughtful salad. This combo with Parmesan curls and fresh tarragon is pretty and sophisticated.

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Buy fresh green beans and cook them lightly with simple seasonings to make them perfect.

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A cute and cheery dessert, and yes, another ode to the overripe banana.

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Strawberry shortcakes are THE dessert to make in the spring. If you can find wild strawberries, or at the very least really flavorful ones from a farmers market, this is nothing short of heavenly.

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