By Kevin Williams
As I've posted before, Easter is not in itself a huge day on the Amish ca
EASTER BRUNCH CASSEROLE - Click here for a wonderfully heart way to start the Easter Day.
HIDDEN EGGS - I had to deep dive into the archives for this one. The recipe first appeared in The Amish Cook column back in 1993. What it doesn't say in the post is that the recipe notes said it was a recipe enjoyed on Easter. Eggs, Easter bunnies, colored eggs, and even Peeps are popular in some Amish homes simply as "secular fun". Usually these secular traditions creep into Amish homes in church districts where Amish kids attend public schools. Click here to get this recipe.
FIVE MORE AMISH EASTER RECIPES: From au gratin potatoes to a ham and potato skillet, here are five recipes I discovered on a hidden page on my website from 2014, I was excited to find these: enjoy! Click here.
I love your stories and recipes. My friend and I have visited the Pennsylvania and Ohio Amish communities and some local areas in Virginia. We always love it no matter where we go. We find them all to be peaceful places and of course the homemade ice cream is wonderful, especially raspberry, my favorite. The food is great. Thanks for sharing your travels to other Amish communities. Maybe we'll make it to visit those places some day.
Thank you, Barbara, have a Happy Easter!