Italian Easter Bread

April 23, 2011 by staff 

Italian Easter Bread, With both Easter and Earth Day this weekend, there are plenty of opportunities to have fun. Just be sure to find all the eggs, there is nothing fun to find a little egg-shaped pastel color on a high shelf until sometime in November.

This weekend you can taste a delicious Italian pastries, Easter egg hunt hard, treat and perhaps full of planting a tree or two.

Our objective is to Exit the planner as reliable as possible, but keep in mind some events of change in the last minute. We recommend you call ahead in case

In honor of Earth Day, Starbucks is inviting users to a reusable mug or cup for brewed coffee or tea. If you do not have a cup of travel and want one that will go on sale 20% discount. You can also request a “for here” cup, and drink of it will be at home.
Hours vary in the Southwest Nursery, Murrieta Oaks Jodan Farms Nursery and Kids

Why not plant some new trees and some beautiful flowering plants for Earth Day? Our local nurseries have a great selection of all things green and beautiful.
9 am-12 pm Saturday at Town Square Park

The Easter Bunny hides the treatment of 10,000 eggs filled in the park this weekend. Children under 2 years and those with special needs will have a special area designated hunting and children 3-10 will be divided by age, sometimes staggered throughout the day for the game as fair as possible. See our list of events for the search time. Do not forget to bring a large bag.

In celebration of Easter, Le Croissant is baking fresh Colomba Pasquale, an Italian sweet bread and Easter special baked with orange and lemon zest and topped with a delicious glazed almonds. Also making French toasts the bread over the weekend.

Colomba Pasquale Easter Bread and 4.99, Easter Bread French Toast with strawberries and 6.99

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