Easter Feaster


Chocolate aside, I love Easter for the feast part of it. I am a bit of a food lover and adore nothing more than cooking up feasts for family and friends. I may not be the world’s greatest, nor even the best in my street(!!!) but there is nothing I enjoy more than putting together a spread for my faves. From hunting out fab seasonal produce to finding the perfect recipes and compiling a menu to spending the better part of my day in the kitchen cooking I love every part of it. My fave feasts would have to include seafood and wine. And that’s why Easter is so rad, I mean Good Friday, a day where I can literally eat seafood all day long!!! And Easter Sunday traditionally produces dual main dishes-one seafood and one meat. And then wines to accompany these! I’m not huge on food and wine pairing, because basically I just enjoy what I enjoy and maybe if I was more refined and posh I possibly would enjoy pairing but I have neither the knowledge nor the inclination so we just go with the flow. Generally speaking though, there will be bubbles and then a red of some variety depending on mood and temperature and occasion.

Anywho, onto the menu I have planned out for Easter Sunday…


Smoked Salmon Platter served with a nice glass of these bubbles from Vinomofo

Bisou Bisou Sparkling Blanc de Blancs NV $15/$90icon


Tuscan-style Porchetta with fennel and apple salad served with warm roast potato salad , some greens and a nice glass of Pinot Noir…

Duck Sauce Yarra Valley Pinot Noir 2015 $15/$90


Cadbury Creme Egg Brownie (OMG how good does this sound?!!!!!) served with raspberries and a little of this Sparkling Rose…

Bertaine Et Fils France Rose 2014 $12.90/$154.80icon


What are you up to for Easter? Going away? Spending it at home with family and friends? What is on your Easter Feaster menu? Keep an eye out on Insta for Easter gift ideas, decorations, food and wine pics as I make them and all things Life, Loves and Liz xx