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Dated: April 12 2020
Easter is one of our favorite holidays! Here are some of our favorite traditions passed on through the years with our families at Generation Property Group.
Growing up, Mom would boil a crazy amount of eggs. THREE dozen. We would spend the whole night before as well as Easter morning experimenting with different dyeing techniques. The kitchen would explode with food coloring, shaving cream, and of course eggs... all over the counter tops! My mom would say she wouldn't trade the clean up for anything as those memories were filled with laughter.. and maybe a few sibling arguments in between.
Waking up to our Easter baskets was my personal favorite! The Easter bunny (aka Mom) would show up with plastic eggs filled with different candies, and some with a few dollars hidden in them!
Then came the easter egg hunt. As family and friends would start to trickle in, all of us kids would load up our baskets running around throughout the house and backyard trying to be the one who found the most eggs. I may or may not have pushed my brother out of the way once or twice to be the one who found the very last egg.
Of course Easter wouldn't be complete without deviled eggs which was a staple in our house for about three weeks considering all the eggs my mother boiled. And boy were they delicious deviled eggs! Here is my Mother's deviled egg recipe...
Mom's Classic Deviled Eggs
- 6 large eggs
- 2 to 2 1/2 tablespoons mayonnaise
- 2 teaspoons yellow mustard
- Freshly ground black pepper
- Paprika, for garnish
- Minced parsley or other fresh herbs, for garnish
- -Taking your hard boiled eggs, peel, and slice in half, carefully remove the yolks into a seperate bowl. Mash with a fork. Mix in the mayonnaise and mustard. Add 2 tablespoons of the mayonnaise and mustard into the bowl with the yolks. Mix and mash until smooth. Add in salt and pepper. Transfer the mixture to a piping bag or zip lock baggie, if using a zip lock bag be sure to cut the tip with scissors. Pipe filling into egg white. Top with paprika and parsley or fresh herbs.
We hope you enjoyed reading our Easter traditions. We would love to help you buy your new Denver home and continue your own traditions by helping you invest Denver real estate. Let us guide you into your forever home to create your own Easter memories.
My name is Michael Ross Steffen. I’m an Exit Realty Cherry Creek Agent in the Denver metro area and Team Leader For Generation Property Group! We specialize in advanced Internet marketing, buying, s....