Happy Friday! Here’s our top five must-reads for this week:
1) 10 Dip Recipes That Will Win Over a Crowd | Food52
During March Madness, all we’re looking for are easy crowd pleasers. Look no further than these dip recipes, sure to satisfy your friends and maybe even distract them from the stress of their bracket.
2) 30 Delicious Things to Cook in April | Buzzfeed
Buzzfeed has another roundup of in-season fruits and produce this month, and some amazing recipes for using them. Tops for us this season: the spring onion frittata, roasted beet salad with feta and lemon zest vinaigrette, and rustic rhubarb, honey, and almond tart.
3) Grow Your Own Microgreens | Huffington Post
These trendy greens have been showing up everywhere and we know why – they’re packed with flavor! The downside is they can be annoyingly expensive to buy. Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to grow them in your own home instead.
4) How to Dye Easter Eggs With Onion Skins | The Kitchn
Looking for a more natural way to dye your easter eggs than those artificial boxed dyes? How about onion skins! Ok, so it sounds weird, but the color is actually really beautiful. Sometimes simple is just better (though we do wonder how they’d smell).
5) Top 10 Passover Recipes | Jewish Food Experience
Prepping for a Passover feast this weekend? Make sure you add our Skillet-Roasted Chicken with Parsnips and Fennel to the mix.