Your guests will gobble up these homemade breads.
Easter is a time of celebration and, as with many religious celebrations, there are important family traditions that arise. Maybe your family tradition for Easter has to do with throwing the best Easter egg hunt, or going to the grocery store the day after Easter to stock up on all the best candies while they’re on sale. Maybe your Easter tradition centers around baking fresh bread. Easter bread has deep roots and a lot of symbolism associated with it, as it’s often baked in the shape of a wreath, which symbolizes the crown of thorns Jesus Christ wore at the crucifixion. But Easter bread has come a long way recently, and you can enjoy the tradition of baking Easter bread without being pinned down to any one type of bread. Consider trying something new this year with one of these Easter bread recipes that will be welcome additions to your holiday menu. Also, check out these delectable Easter ham recipes and Easter dinner recipes for more Easter menu ideas.
Sean: She has not even served half of term yet as governor and she is known for trying to sneak in a $0.45 per gallon gas tax increase. The people of Michigan rejected it because in her campaign she said she would fix the roads, no mention of the steep tax increase until after she assumed her new role in office. If she is named VP, could she carry Michigan? https://www.bridgemi.com/michigan-government/michigan-house-dem-leader-says-whitmers-45-cent-gas-tax-probably-dead