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Easter has sprung

By April 10, 2019 No Comments

Easter Brunch or Dinner can be a lot to handle. Between church and Easter egg hunts, throwing together a great spread with the extended family and friends is like a hostess Olympic Event. We know you’ve done the heavy lifting, Pinterested overnight breakfast casseroles, got the extra eggs and dye for the kids. Now it’s time for a last minute touch that will put your table on a best-dressed list!

Here’s some tips and tricks we use to throw together a quick and easy farm table spread:

Farm Tip Number One: Remember that for your table it’s not all about matching silverware and place settings – you can mix and match and bring in a touch of flavor by putting out some of your favorite seasonal fruits and veggies! We love carrots, radishes and anything with color for table top pop!

Farm Tip Number Two: Take a trip to your local retail florist with a¬†farm fresh bouquet or a mason jar arrangement! Our flowers come in different sizes and varieties and will ready for your table. We’d love to be part of your celebration.

Farm Tip Number Three: The best trick is to match your food dishes to your flowers. We love all the spring pops of color that go perfectly with a bright fruit salad or tray. Here’s our favorite fruits & flowers in one great mix:
Recipe:
Ingredients:
1 whole Pineapple (cored) 1 Pack of Strawberries
3 Kiwis 1 Pack of purple Grapes
2 Containers of blueberries
6 Little Cutie Oranges (peeled and separated)
10 Springs of Mint

wash fruit before cutting!

Steps:

  1. Cut the pineapples into 1-inch bite sized pieces
  2. Peel and separate Little Cuties
  3. Slice strawberries and Kiwis into thin slices
  4. Mix pineapple, strawberries, kiwis, grapes, blueberries, oranges and mint together in a bowl or tray (we recommend a clear or wooden bowl or tray.)
  5. Enjoy with friends and family!

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