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Tuesday, March 4, 2008

Pretty Easter Centerpiece

My good friend and neighbor Adrianne has done yet another beautiful and impressive thing that I’ll never get around to doing. It’s a good thing for you I have talented friends to shake things up a bit on the blog. 🙂

Adrianne grew some grass…no worries, this grass is legit. It’s wheat grass and it’s beautiful. I mean, it is SO PRETTY! And a great idea for an Easter centerpiece. For easy-peasy instructions, click on over to Design Mom. She says it takes about 1-2 weeks for the grass to grow. Since Easter is 1-2 weeks away, it’s perfect timing for you to get your own basket of grass growing! Your Easter guests will be mightily impressed.

And since this IS a food blog, I suppose you can always grind your grass up and drink it. Um, yum? Probably not. But anything that tastes that yucky has got to be good for you, right?


  1. 1

    We did this at a church dinner last year– except bought the grass (I think at Wild Oats), put it in glass chimney vases and put colored eggs in with the grass. So pretty!

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    I don’t think wheat grass tastes too bad. Follow it with a slug of freshly squeezed orange juice and it’s actually quite refreshing!

  3. 3

    How refreshing!
    I usually kill plants, but I might give it a try.

  4. 4

    You guys are crazy! You have kids and still create such great stuff. Someday I’ll get the hang of it!

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    Mom and Dad

    I like that idea
    Have never done it though.
    I already mow enough grass 🙂

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