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Easter Weekend Recipes: These 15 Centerpieces Will Be The Main Event

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Easter Weekend Recipes: These 15 Centerpieces Will Be The Main Event

Make these amazing, deeply satisfying dishes the centerpiece of your dinner table.

The food we share at parties often involves a bit of theater. Whether it’s the slicing of a roast, the perfect arrangement of a pie, or the golden hues of a caramelized dish, we’re looking for food that

This recipe collection promises to deliver. Leg of lamb with pea crust, miso cauliflower, and whole pan-fried fish require a host to slice and serve. A cast iron serving of pasta or fried chicken can be placed with a dramatic sound. A large crusty crust can be opened around the table at the same time and wiped with tears from a shared baguette.

No matter which dish you choose, you’ll find yourself continuing the tradition with this special moment at the table.

Photo / Eleanor Ozich
Photo / Eleanor Ozich

The deep golden brown color of this cast iron serving set makes it a scene stealer. Serve with mashed potatoes and a big handful of fresh herbs.

Photo / Babiche Martens
Photo / Babiche Martens

This oven-roasted leg of lamb is garnished with a crust stuffed with rosemary and mint. It should elicit oohs and ahhs at table placement.

Photo / Babiche Martens
Photo / Babiche Martens

This crispy fish dish makes sure you don’t miss a single flavor – it serves the whole fish with sprigs of thyme and fresh lemon juice.

Photo / Babiche Martens
Photo / Babiche Martens

This brilliant vegetarian table tries to incorporate every dish into your festivities. If the vegetables are made into a cake with a little vinegar, the shish paste is very convenient.

Photo / Babiche Martens
Photo / Babiche Martens

The aroma of this herbed chicken cooked with all its starchy accompaniments should be enough to bring guests to the table.

Photo / Babiche Martens
Photo / Babiche Martens

Pomegranate seeds add a surprising sweetness to these tender lamb chops. A handful of parsley will also make everything feel garden-fresh.

Photo / Supply
Photo / Supply

Rick Stein’s warming fish pie recipe is loaded with cheese, shrimp, and a rich white wine. The luscious pie crust adds a layer of golden comfort.

Photo / Babiche Martens
Photo / Babiche Martens

Made with sumac and sesame, this lamb feels and looks juicy. Best served with homemade salsa and seasonal greens (think spinach, zucchini, and carrots).

Photo / Babiche Martens
Photo / Babiche Martens

This pork chop is juicy and fall-off-the-bone tender. You’ll also get a satisfying crop of crackers for more desktop theater.

Photo / Babiche Martens
Photo / Babiche Martens

For a sense of drama, serve this veggie-filled pasta in a cast iron skillet. It will feel appropriately seasonal (see pumpkin) and deliciously vibrant (see lemon).

Photo / Babiche Martens
Photo / Babiche Martens

If you’re in the mood for seafood, sample this citrus-hued shellfish and serve. Serve with a fresh baguette and pass around the table for everyone to tear up.

Photo / Babiche Martens
Photo / Babiche Martens

Slicing an oven roast is undeniably theatrical. This recipe sees rich beef paired with gravy and Yorkshire puddings.

Photo / Babiche Martens
Photo / Babiche Martens

This juicy and garlicky whole cauliflower promises roasted and caramelized flavors for those going meatless.

Photo / Babiche Martens
Photo / Babiche Martens

This crispy potato topping encases a filling that’s bursting with strong umami flavors, topped with rosemary petals.

Photo / Babiche Martens
Photo / Babiche Martens

If you want a real show-stopping flavor, opt for this slow-cooked roast. Serve with homemade flatbreads and sweet and herby yogurt.

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