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Love this. Growing up in Southern California, every year in school we would take a field trip to Olvera Street. There were two things we were absolutely, positively forbidden to buy and bring home: bullwhips and confetti eggs.


vhttp://viewfromdownhere-viewfromdownhere.blogspot.com/2013/03/the-things-i-keep-doing.htmlSuper cute!

Oh and I've gone a little religious on my spin this week, but here it is!


My kids grew up on acreage. I would have sent them out to the back forty with the cows. Can you freeze the eggs in ice cube trays, for easy measuring?


If only it were reliably warm enough to send the boys outside to play at Easter. They would so get a kick out of this. Sadly, snow and freezing temps are far more likely than sun.

Ginny Marie

I'd love to try making Cascarones! I'm going to Pin this for future reference. Ed is a trombone player, so I'll make him blow out the eggs. ;)

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