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Online Easter Eggstravaganza!



Whether you celebrate religiously, or just want an excuse to celebrate anything these days, here are some ways to keep yourself entertained this weekend in the spirit of Spring!



Good Friday with Jesus Christ Ukulele Star



K. Brian Neel performs the entire score of "Superstar" on ukulele every Good Friday from his living room called 'The Beehive'. It will become the longest running show in history, once a year until the Rapture (or some massive Corona virus) endith Earthly festivities.


This year of our lord twenty twenty JCUS will be broadcast through YouTube for comfort and entertainment to your own home; something called a Live Stream. Tune in. Be touched.


Proceeds benefit Seattle Artist Relief Fund Amid COVID-19. 


Friday, April 10th @ 7pm PST

YOUTUBE LINK:  https://youtu.be/X37G3hfaJic


Kitten N' Lou's 'Itty Bitty BASKETCASE'!

Join the "Worlds Show-Busiest Couple" live from their backyard in New Orleans on Easter Sunday.


They will be performing an itty bitty version of their springtime show 'BASKETCASE', known as the "Easter Egg-stravaganza of Pastel Perversion!"


Stream will be live from their Facebook @ 1pm PST on Sunday, April 12th, 2020.


FACEBOOK LINK: https://www.facebook.com/Kitten.and.Lou/


Kitten N' Lou are a truly remarkable performance duo, always covered head to toe in genius costuming.


They frequently produce in Seattle, including shows like 'CREAM', and their holiday hit 'Jingle All The Gay'. Follow them on Instagram @kitten_and_lou for show updates!


And now for Brunch!

Waking up and enjoying a decadent brunch on Sunday morning doesn’t need to stop just because we are on quarantine.


Let Dak & Ju demystify the elusive ‘Hollandaise Sauce’ with this easy to follow recipe. Eggs Benedict can’t be cancelled this year.


Click here for the recipe and follow @dakandju for more delightful & delicious content on Instagram.


If you fancy sweet rather than savory breakfasts, try their Homemade Cinnamon Rolls instead!

About Dak&Ju

Dakota and Julie are a pair of food lovers that reside in Seattle, Washington. Their recipes and how-to videos make cooking in your own kitchen a little more approachable.


From fresh pastas, breads, and cookies, to quick pickling or Ayurvedic stews - there is a recipe for anyone, any level.


For their full archive of dips, dressings, cocktails, and more check out: https://www.dakandju.com/


If there is time to decorate...

If you'd like to take part in the tradition, here are some simple egg dyes that can be made with pantry ingredients you may already have on hand:


Yellow/Gold: Turmeric / Cumin Orange: Paprika Blue: Red Cabbage Brown: Spent Coffee Grounds


Red: Red Onion Skins / Beet Skins Lavender: Hibiscus Tea Green: Spinach

Directions: Add ingredients to boiling water ,adding more herb/spice/tea to get desired color. Strain, if necessary, and add 1 tablespoon of vinegar to the dye. Allow time for liquid to cool before dying

Notes: - Eggs will be end up being a lighter color than the actual liquid in the pot - The longer you soak the eggs in the dye, the darker the color

- Play around with stencils using crayon, flowers, lace, etc.


For more information on Ostara, the history of egg dyeing, and other springtime traditions or symbols, check out this article as an introduction.



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