Want to see what renowned French pastry chefs come up with when they’re challenged to design Easter Eggs? You’ll discover how they honor art traditions from impressionists to Jimi Hendrix.
This weekend there are Easter Egg Hunts around the world. Learn about the crème de la (chocolate) crème, including these activities: do your hunting at an Austrian palace in front of a mountain of 40,000 painted eggs…go on an egg safari at Zoo Miami, where the animals do the searching…find “bad eggs” hidden in the London Dungeon…hunt for 200 egg sculptures placed around New York City, with winners receiving Farberge pendants worth $48,000.
Or use your mobile device and try some of the many Easter Apps:
- Easter Egg Match (free) - like Candy Crush with Easter Eggs, but without the danger of spending money within the app.
- Peter Rabbit’s Garden (free through Sunday)-visit with Peter and his buddies as they build their garden and trade what they grow
- Easter Egg Maker (free) – decorate virtual eggs
- …or, for more advanced artists, Paint Easter Egg HD ($1.99)
- …or, for use with real eggs, Egg Dyeing 101 from Martha Stewart Living (99 cents)
- And, finally, the rather offbeat Easter Games 2014 – Bunny Egg Treasure Hunt (free). In this one, the Easter Bunny flexes his muscles to defend his candy (not so much an Easter message of peace)