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The Key To Cracking Easter Feasts? It's All In The Eggs

Eggs dyed blood red at the center of the Greek Easter treat known as tsoureki paschalino. Source: Jonathan Wiggs/Boston Globe via Getty Images

In the spring, a cook's fancy turns to thoughts of eggs. They're everywhere at Easter time, in breads and pies and children's baskets.

Holiday chefs looking for last-minute ideas may find inspiration in these offerings from NPR archives.

Easter Egg Breads

"The centuries have bequeathed us an international carb-o-copia of leavened egg breads: Greek tsoureki, Eastern

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