Easter 2012

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Easter 2012 by Mind Map: Easter 2012

1. Best places to hide eggs

1.1. In the garden

1.1.1. In a tree

1.1.1.1. the hiding places should have the same colour as the egg has, so that they can't be seen easily.

1.1.2. In the hedge

1.1.3. In the earth of a flower pot. Leave a ribbon look out to make it easier to find.

1.1.4. Decorate the painted egg as a bird and hide it in a tree

1.1.5. In the letterbox

1.1.6. In the bird house

1.1.7. In the rain water downpipe

1.1.8. Easterralley

1.1.8.1. You can organise a paper chase

1.2. In the house

1.2.1. In shoes

1.2.2. In the lamp shade

1.2.3. In the clean dishwasher under a cup

1.2.4. On picture frames

1.2.5. Behind the curtain

1.2.6. In the aquarium

1.2.7. In the oven

1.2.8. In the fruit bowl

2. How to paint eggs

2.1. Coloured eggs as a whole

2.2. Pattern

2.3. Sticker

2.4. Wax

2.4.1. Take different colours of candles and let the wax dropping on the egg.

2.5. Drafts

2.6. Crochet eggs

2.6.1. How to crochet

3. Hard boiled eggs to eat

3.1. Cook the eggs at least 8-10 minutes in boiling water. Watch out that they do not crack or break.

4. Scooped eggs for decoration

4.1. Before blowing out the egg, wash it with a soft sponge.

4.2. First of all engrave a little hole with a needle on both sides of the egg. and allow it to dry.

4.3. Now enlarge the hole with a knitting needle at about 3mm and blow out the yolk and the albumen.

4.4. Out of that you can cook scrambled eggs. You should clean the inside of the egg as well

5. How to paint eggs

5.1. Clean the eggs with a mixture of warm water and vinegar and dry them after cleaning. This procedure causes that the colour stays on the eggshell

5.2. The eggs should be dry before you start painting

5.3. You can use artificial colours

5.4. Or you can use natural colours

5.5. Now paint your individual designs, symbols, images etc. on your egg

5.6. Don't touch the eggs a few hours so that they can dry

6. The meaning of the colours

6.1. Red symbolises the self-sacrifice death of Jesus

6.2. Yellow stands for the enlightenment and wisdom

6.3. White is the colour of pureness

6.4. Green stand for youth and innocence

6.5. Orange means force, endurance, ambition

7. Food

7.1. Cakes

7.1.1. Easter pinze

7.1.2. Easter lamb cake

7.1.3. Easter milk bread

7.1.4. Biscuit eggs

7.1.5. Easter egg cookies

7.1.6. Easter cupcakes

7.2. Traditional food

7.2.1. Braised easter lamb

7.2.2. Easter roast

7.2.3. Spreads of eggs

7.2.4. Milk bread with ham and horseradish

7.2.5. MInced roast with ham

7.2.6. Easter spread with eggs

7.2.7. Minced roast filled with eggs

7.2.8. Egg salad

7.3. Drinks

7.3.1. Easter egg cocktail

7.3.2. Rainbow punch

7.3.3. Golden Easter punch

7.3.4. The Easter egg hatch