We're food writers and chefs, but we're also parents of a 4-year-old daughter, so we love welcoming kids to the grown-up table. This year we're making an Easter lunch that gives holiday classics bright, flavorful twists. Lamb lollipops, anyone?
For April 1 -- or any day your crew is in need of a laugh -- check out this collection of pranks, props, treats, and tricks. They're wacky enough to tickle an entire family of fools. We mean that in the nicest possible way, of course.
With spring still weeks away, here's an easy way to get growing. Kids will love turning ordinary kitchen scraps into a windowsill gardening project. And who knows? It might even inspire them to eat more veggies.
The bunny has delivered his treats, but the fun isn't over. While the adults are enjoying an Easter brunch, let the kids have a playful tea party. Decorate with cute crafts and serve easy foods for the most fun springtime fete ever.