This is Herman, He's a German Giant bunny. And yes, he's real. Back in the 80's I lived in Northern Germany and the Schurz Kaserne had (and probably still does) had a colony of Giant Flemish Rabbits that lived on the golf course. I always thought they were big brownish rocks until a few of them moved one day when I was visiting the PX.
Now that's an Easter Bunny! Weighs in at 22lbs and over 3 ft long. A german rabbit breed
No fuss hard boiled eggs..... Bake them in the oven at 350 degrees for 30 minutes. A mini muffin pan works perfectly for containing the eggs (clever, huh?) Immediately after baking place eggs, using tongs, into a huge bowl of ice water for 15 minutes... to stop the cooking. This will also remove the tiny brown spots created by baking the eggs. Can't wait to try this!
MAKE “hard boiled” eggs in the oven!
how flippin' neat! silk-necktie-dyed eggs! Tightly wrap & tie the silk from a necktie around an egg, wrap again with a white cotton cloth, boil eggs for 20 minin water with 1/4 c. of white vinegar, dry, and the pattern from the tie gets imprinted on the eggs! Definitely trying this one! :)
Volker Kraft (with a quick change of geansaí between news agencies) puts the finishing touches to his annual Easter egg tree in Saalfeld, Germany on Wednesday. It takes the Kraft family around two weeks to hang the 10,000 hand painted eggs. They’ve done it every Easter for the last 40 years.