If you need some help staying away from the Easter candy because you’re on a diet, this information should make it easier…The National Food Administration says some of the red candies in your basket gets their color from dried insects, while other candies are held together with pig gelatin. (Yeah, the pigs aren’t thrilled about it either.)
This year, many people will eat Spam instead of ham at their Easter Sunday dinner. The average price of spam is about 44 cents an ounce. A regular ham costs 70 cents an ounce. So, feel free to mention spam in your “before meal” prayer.
A European company called Pre-stat is selling an Easter egg that is infused with gin and tonic. The eggshell features lemon chocolate. The inside contains gin truffles. The egg costs $18. PLEASE DO NOT get these eggs mixed up with the ones you hide for your kids…it will not end well for anyone.