Sorry, I couldn’t resist.
Isn’t this little veggie and dip tray that I made fun?
Over the last few years our dinner table and holiday traditions have changed a lot. We have moved from our small hometown, to a new state, then to move again across the ocean to South Korea. A big part of celebrating Easter for we Bees has been gathered around that ever-changing dinner table with our family and friends and enjoying a delightful Easter brunch or dinner. This year was no exception, we joined our dear friends and celebrated together as one, however I wouldn’t call this your typical Easter dinner. We celebrated Armenian style!
Easter Pilaf with dried fruit
Lentil Bean salad
Lenten Peanut Butter balls
Is your mouth-watering yet? Everything turned out so scrumptious and was absolutely divine!
Our gracious host served in the Peace Corps when they were first married. Armenia holds a special place in both of their hearts and they wanted to share that experience with us. What a treat getting to talk about the Armenian traditions, have an Armenian egg fight, learn to make Armenian coffee, listen to them share their Peace Corps stories, and of course enjoy our little babes too! What an amazing comfortable feeling it is to have such close friends that have become extended family to us. I’ll count that as one of my many Easter blessings this year.
(Dye your Easter eggs Armenian style using onion peels!)
So glad you guys had a wonderful Easter….it ALL looked wonderful and children are sooooooo cute
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Thank you so much for the encouragement! We will certainly have some updates to the blog coming tonight, stay tuned! Thanks again!!