The perfect thing to take to somebody’s house for Easter:
Cupcakes with fresh coconut on top and a few jelly beans.Â Toasted almonds with rosemary, lemon zest, garlic and a little red pepper.Â A lasagna with homemade noodles, stuffed with spinach, garlic, sauteed mushrooms, white sauce (no red) and parmesan.Â A charcuterie platter.Â A cheesecake.Â A chocolate rabbit.
A ham with a mustardy, brown sugary, dried apricot glaze.Â A roasted turkey breast that you baste with the dedication of a new mother.Â A chocolate rabbit.Â Fried zucchini pancakes (In case you need something to do when you get there; these need to made in the minute.)Â Popovers with a little gruyere cheese in the batter.
Scottish bacon on crusty bread.Â Pate.Â A brand new cheese that no one has ever tasted before. Artichoke puree.Â A chocolate rabbit. Or champagne.Â Or a kiss.
Here is a link to the pancakes:Â http://www.nytimes.com/2009/04/08/dining/081vrex.html?ref=dining