Here are some favorites, if you’re still searching for Easter dinner ideas:
Bacon-Wrapped Herbed Loin of Lamb With Jus. Did someone say bacon?
Apricot Ancho Lamb Shanks. A smoky and untraditional take on lamb for Easter.
Baked Ham With Ginger-Mango Glaze and Roasted Sweet Potatoes. As mentioned in the headnote, “This tangy, gingery glaze is a perfect complement to the smoky ham.”
Roast Leg of Lamb Studded With Sweet Garlic. Boiling takes the edge off the 12 large garlic cloves.
Stuffed Whole Red Snapper. Try a Caribbean Easter with this jerk-seasoned snapper.
Asparagus and Carrots Parmesan: A classic vegetable dish from the Emilia-Romagna region of Italy.
Roast Potatoes With Garlic and Sage. The new potatoes take on a golden crusty edge when roasted in olive oil.
Slow-Cooker Greens. These can be made in advance to take some of the pressure off Easter-day preparations.
Fettuccine With Artichokes, Peas and Prosciutto. Artichokes are a traditional part of the Italian Easter meal.
Italian Easter Bread. A staple of Brooklyn’s Italian pastry shops, this bread is rich, sweet and visually striking.
Koulourakia (Butter Cookie Braids). These braided, not-too-sweet cookies pair well with coffee after the meal.
Lemon Curd Tart. All you need to know: This tasty tart is simple to make.