Our daughter invited us for Easter Dinner this year. But she warned the meal would be unorthodox Easter fare.
Between her two jobs, tomorrow is her only day off in a string of eleven or twelve, so she didn't feel she had the time to spend shopping for and then preparing the meal she had originally planned.
So what is she serving?
Sounds good to me! Anytime I get to eat anyone else's cooking but my own, it's a treat. The other folks she's invited are also just fine with the menu. A little merlot, a little pinot grigio, a little zinfandel, the tacos with all the trimmings . . . all will be just hunky-dory!
I made some frosted sugar cookie eggs this afternoon so everyone would have a cookie or two in their Easter basket.
My style of decorating with frosting can only be described as "rustic." But the cookie recipe is good as is the frosting, so I don't usually have too many complaints.
I might, of course, if Martha Stewart should stop by. But I don't think she'd ever go for tacos for Easter Dinner anyway.