Natural Easter Egg Dyes

Use the color and flavor of plants to make winning Easter eggs, inside and out.

| February/March 2002

  • Photography by Anybody Goes

Eggs have long been associated with springtime and seen as a sign of fertility and new life. Both Jewish Passover and Christian Easter traditions use the egg as a symbol in their celebrations. Whatever your spring ritual, try some of the following suggestions for adding herbs to your eggs. You’ll see that herbs provide the perfect compliment, both as flavorings and as dyeing agents.

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