Welcome to BUN FUN! If you are part of BUN SATURDAY KITCHEN you should have received your Spring 2021 pack. I hope you like it! Some new recipes for you try, chocolate mould, love to see how you get on, I hope you use the gift bags too.
MRS BUN'S CHOCOLATE GAME:
You will need a dice, scarf, gloves, hat, knife & fork and an Easter egg or bar of chocolate. Each person takes their turn rolling the dice, if they roll a 6, they have to put the hat, scarf and gloves on, then pick up the knife & fork and start eating the chocolate. If someone else rolls a 6 whilst they are eating chocolate or putting on the clothes, they have to stop and the other person has a go... Keep going till the chocolate has been eaten! x
SPRING IS HERE!
Did you know before Easter arrives and we celebrate 3 Saints Days, St David’s Day (Welsh), St Patricks Day (Ireland) and St Georges Day (England) What would their saints like to eat?
St George (23rd April) Roast Dinner, Bread and Butter pudding then tea and scones
St Patricks Day (17th March) Irish Stew and Soda bread, then a Guinness Cake
St David’s Day (1st March) Leek and Caerphilly tart, Barabrith or Welsh Cakes
WHAT WOULD YOUR MENU BE?
Hot Cross Buns are traditionally eaten on Good Friday.
Tesco sells around 70 million Hot Cross Buns each year.
The largest ever easter egg made was 25 feet high.
More than 1.5 million cream eggs are produced each day!
The first Chocolate Easter egg was produced in Bristol! In the 19th Century. The Fry family ran the largest chocolate factory in the world and produced the first chocolate egg in 1873, then in 1875 Cadburys made their first chocolate egg.