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A Spring Dinner for Easter or Passover

Spring seems to have arrived and I'm hoping it sticks around for a while before we get hit with the heat of summer.  Crocus and daffodils have bloomed, tulips are just about to burst open, the trees are in bud or flower, and my palate is craving spring foods.  It's time to eat lighter fare after the comfort foods of winter.  With Easter and Passover so near each other my menu planning tends to include lemons, asparagus, strawberries, fish, and lighter yet satisfying desserts.  I tend to not want to cook complicated meals.  I want things simple yet elegant with minimal cooking steps.  I'm a big fan of one-pan or one sheet-pan meals, where you can add all of your ingredients to one cooking vessels and put it onto the stove or in the oven.  
My spring menu, fancy enough for your spring season holiday meal will satisfy you and make your guest feel like you fussed over them!  A simple spring mix salad with balsamic strawberries, topped with bleu cheese and pecans; honey and di…

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