๐ŸŽต๐ŸŽถ In my Easter (Feedbag) Bonnet ๐ŸŽถ๐ŸŽต

Gearing up for a late lunch Easter feast after an early Easter breakfast of blueberry pancakes and crisp bacon. Mmmmmm.

Made the Fish Out Of Water frozen dessert yesterday, my lime version with a homemade graham cracker crust. Question Fish, if you are there, per your instructions, I took the pie out of the freezer early this morning and set in in the fridge, but it’s still hard a rock. Does it need to set out on the counter at all or is in the fridge til 3 today is enough?

About to slice the fresh strawberries for the shortcake.

Our meal is a butterfly leg of lamb that’s been marinating for 24 hours in a mixture of olive oil, soy sauce, lots of fresh minced garlic, Dijon mustard, thyme and rosemary. It’ll get seared on the BBQ.

Then fresh asparagus, with a pan full of roasted carrots and baby potatoes.

A good long walk afterwards for sure.

Trust wherever you are and with whom, you enjoy a blessed Easter. Life is good.

8 thoughts on “๐ŸŽต๐ŸŽถ In my Easter (Feedbag) Bonnet ๐ŸŽถ๐ŸŽต

  1. So you topped with lime zest instead of berries – a riff on Key Lime Pie? Nice. Plus the crust looks like you made it yourself.

    My wife won’t abide Cool Whip, but I’ll bet if she had a bite of this she’d never know.

    Happy Easter and bon appetit!

    1. I’ll put berries on it when I serve it. I didn’t want to freeze the berries. I put lime zest in the mixture of the cool whip and noosa yogurt. Yes, I made the crust myself. [For Family Guy watchers, that’s Cool Wwwwhhhhhip]

      Note: Mr. EOS despises yogurt so he’s already thinking No Pie. Only shortcake. Can’t please everyone.

  2. Yes. You can take the pie out on the counter to soften it up. Some people like it more frozen then others . That lamb looks like itโ€™s worth the trip to Bedford. Happy Easter one and all

    1. Shhhh, don’t tell, but I took the teeniest little sliver out of the lime pie to see if it was the right consistency. Yep. OMG. So perfectly light and tasty. Thanks again for the idea.

  3. Be thankful I donโ€™t know where you live because if I did I would be staring in your windows salivating over that lamb. That marinade. Perfection.
    My mother used to marinate lamb in Wish Bone Italian dressing. It sounds a bit pedestrian but it was absolutely wonderful.
    Have a joyful and blessed Easter! ๐Ÿฃ

    1. Wish Bone Dressing was the default marinade for so much back in the day. Iโ€™m sure lamb with it was delicious.

      Our lamb was perfection. Good crust. Pink inside. The only glitch of the day was the mint jelly. I was sure I had a jar of it in the fridge so I didnโ€™t buy a new one. I indeed did have a jar of mint jelly in the fridge, but it was half empty and so old the jelly was crystallized and white. Not a good look. We made do.

      Hope you had a blessed Easter too.

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