Last year, I heard about the Greek Easter tradition of having red eggs for Easter as a symbol of the blood of Christ and rebirth. On the Feingold message board, I saw this link to instructions for dyeing the eggs naturally using onion skins:
Thus, a new tradition was born. I’m not really sure how many onion skins I used. I’ve been saving them for awhile and used everything in my onion skin jar. After boiling them, I cooled them and then left them in the onion vinegar liquid overnight. Here’s a picture:
Here is an egg my daughter loves. She left it in blueberry juice overnight in the refrigerator. In this picture, it sort of looks like a dinosaur egg :) .