Easter is on Sunday and that means it’s time to buy an extra dozen or so eggs. Even if you don’t dye them or hunt them, a recent survey by spice company McCormick’s found that 61% of Americans will serve eggs on Easter Sunday – deviled eggs, that is.
45% of people will be serving the traditional deviled egg recipe sprinkled with paprika and flavored with mustard, but the survey found that 46% have plans to experiment with ingredients like crab, avocado, and bacon.
Passover is this weekend as well -- and that means there will be even more eggs boiled and eaten than is typical. It's probably a good idea to do your holiday shopping and egg buying sooner rather than later. (MSN)