I had to put the "ish" because we had to use some hard-boiled eggs up, and we got mayo and cheese out for my brother and sister-in-law, but it was an amazing spread. My dad made sun-dried tomato and chickpea hummus. I don't know what recipe he used, but knowing my Dad I think he probably winged it. We had fresh veggies and baked sweet potato fries, a simple olive tapenade I made using black and green olives and sun-dried tomatoes, my vegan pesto --sorry, I need to post that recipe it's awesome, maybe tomorrow. Also, roasted garlic cloves mashed with olive oil into a spread, and homemade 12 grain bread with flax, chia, sesame, etc. --I also need to post that recipe --eesh.
I made Mama Pea's grilled tofu --but used barbeque as a flavoring instead of her marinade --awesome! So good. I'm with her: if you don't like tofu you haven't had it cooked right.
Then I roasted a ton of veggies: red bell peppers in the oven so I could char and peel the skin, and also red onions, asparagus --oh yes it CAN go on a sandwich, zukes, and yellow summer squash. I should have taken a picture of Jeff's sandwich. It was HUGE. Then we did strawberries with a leeetle bit of ice cream for dessert. Then I went back and ate a second bowl. Then I ate some of Kai's Easter candy. Sigh. At least Easter's only once a year.
I am a fitness instructor, AFAA certified personal trainer, and a mom of three. Most of the time I'm vegan, with some crazy "free" meals a couple times a week. I have a love/hate relationship with my yard depending on how much work it needs! I grew up in San Diego, and love the ocean. I scuba, but sometimes have panic attacks snorkeling. Given the choice between the superpowers of invisibility and flight, I'd pick flight in a heartbeat. I love my husband, and his patience with my crazy habit of getting into something that's well over my head.