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Spare Ribs with Coffee Cocoa Dry Rub
Pineapple Pork Kebabs
Lemon Poppy Seed Dressing
Spicy Toasted Sesame Tofu Dressing
Jazzed Up Cheese Crackers
Herbed Spanish Omelet
Fresh Strawberry Ice Cream
Strawberry Freezer Jam
Meat & Potatoes Casserole
Chocolate-Hazelnut Granola
Quick-dyed Easter Eggs

Red onion, peeled (use the red part) Eggs

She peels the red part of the onion and tosses it into a pot of water. Then she adds as many white eggs, which make a prettier result than using brown eggs, as she wants to dye and puts them to boil. This will result in a nice selection of colored eggs. Mauve is the color she calls them, which seems appropriate since she lives in Palm Beach. A good way to use the eggs, whether they been hidden or just used as a fun way to decorate, is to make your own egg muffins. These can be made with full-size English muffins rather than the smaller ones sold in drive-through restaurants.