Happy Easter everyone! I hope you all had a wonderful day even if you don’t celebrate the holiday! For my family, Easter isn’t so much religious as it is a time to get together and enjoy company with family who we don’t get to see nearly enough!
Me, PerMa and my sister!
Who loves coffee… a lot
My uncle (who is the greatest cook ever, don’t doubt it) and his wife came from New Jersey to make an announcement to everyone…
Can you tell what it is? =)
Grandparents in from the west side of Cleveburg.
My uncle made most of the brunch but there were some other contributers as well. I’m polish on my mom’s side and my uncle’s wife is from Poland so we had traditional Polish Easter soup (made with white beets and oats) and vegan sauerkraut and kielbasa. Along with scrambled eggs, potatos and peppers, whole wheat waffles and fruit salad. I had seconds of sauerkraut and waffles and fruit salad X1000000.
For dessert vegan oatmeal fruit bars (I had 1/2 of each kind)
And waaaaaaay too many pieces of delicious Polish nut roll
It’s nice but a little strange to end the weekend on a holiday! I’ve had a very long say as all of those pictures were taken this afternoon at home and I am blogging from my bed at school!
Have a great Monday!
What’s your favorite Holiday?
What do you do when you eat too much sugar? I have been chugging water all day and have all kinds of whole foods and veggies planned for tomorrow!