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michelle

4/14/2017 4:44:12 PM
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What is on your Easter Menu?...Or not...

Care to share Easter Sunday Menu Plan?  
 
If you do not celebrate Easter, will you also expand on what you do?

 
 
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kaylagurl21

4/14/2017 5:05:34 PM
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Mar 2009
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menu

Turkey  
stuffing  
sweet and sour meatballs  
mushroom gravy meatballs  
Yorkshire pudding  
gravy  
honey dill carrotts  
mashed potatoes  
mixed veggies  
brocoli salad  
And some kind of desert i dont know what yet

Abbysmum

4/14/2017 7:02:14 PM
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Mar 2009
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menu

Turkey  
gravy  
stuffing  
mashed potatoes  
turnips  
broccoli  
carrots  
crockpot periogies  
that green jello salad  
 
For dessert the children have requested a cake, so that's what we're having.

dueindecember

4/14/2017 7:33:48 PM
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Feb 2009
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today

we had family over today and had:  
 
turkey  
ham  
stuffing  
gravy  
cranberry sauce  
mashed potatoes  
Yorkshire pudding  
brussel sprouts  
peas  
 
sponge cakes with cool whip and strawberries for dessert and too much chocolate  
 
food coma zzzzzz

limeinthecoconut

4/14/2017 9:01:03 PM
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Dec 2016
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Easter Dinner

Waikiki Meatballs  
Ham and Pineapple  
Scalloped Potatoes  
Corn on the cob  
Coleslaw  
Buns  
Dessert is a Carrot cake from Courtney's Creations, with ice cream  
Happy Easter

sammy

4/14/2017 11:45:21 PM
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Sep 2010
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We had our dinner tonight with family  
 
Ham (bone in!!)  
Sweet and sour meatballs  
Perogies  
Scalloped potatoes  
Sweet potatoes  
Devilled eggs  
Cranberry sauce (homemade I think)  
Buns from kuipers!!  
 
Dessert  
Fluffy Duffy (pineappke jello salad with whipped cream and grated cheese on top...the other half''s family tradition)  
Apple pie  
Pumpkin pie  
Lemon meringue pie  
 
It was a potluck....nobody brought veggies!! Lol....oops!  
 
Edited by sammy, 2017-04-14 23:47:08

Flutterby

4/15/2017 10:38:03 AM
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Sep 2007
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We will attend a brunch Sunday morning,then a family meal at supper:  
 
Since we don't have ham (or fixings for pluma moos) this year, it will be a variation of "Pork With The Works" (Company's Coming, The Pork Book). The pork roast will be spiced with mustard, sage & cloves, & served with orange-cranberry-drippings-butter sauce. Instead of regular potatoes, we will add sweet potatoes, onion & rescue crab apples to the roasting pan. This is a hit at our house, and super easy!  
 
I may add a fancy green salad.  
 
I am not sure about dessert yet, but it will be good!

Trapper85

4/15/2017 10:45:18 AM
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Feb 2016
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Rabbit.......

Tamara79

4/15/2017 4:28:36 PM
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Apr 2007
Total posts:2039
Bbq

Normally we do the turkey/ham business but I just wasnt feeling it this year. So we're bbq'ing pork ribs, steak, corn on the cob, veggie kabobs, potato salad, spinach strawberry salad, and store bought lemon meringue pie.

skullsandtattoos

4/15/2017 10:58:14 PM
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Jul 2016
Total posts:55
Rabbit

hmmm yummy, I,made it in germany all the time  
for easter hmmm sounds so good

*enter name here*

4/16/2017 10:15:04 AM
Member since:
Nov 2008
Total posts:2344
Easter supper

Ham, bone in from Tendercuts  
Hasselback potatoes  
Broccoli and Cauliflower with cheese sauce  
Buns from Kuipers  
No dessert. I didn't get things together to get one.  
I might make some deviled eggs from the coloured eggs.

Allie Cat

4/16/2017 5:28:20 PM
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Oct 2012
Total posts:659
Orthodox Easter

It is also Orthodox Easter so our meal is not as elaborate as all yours. Had the baskets blessed and ate what was in them....paska, cottage cheese, eggs, garlic sausage, ham, pork roast, radish, green onion, and horseradish, and for the kids....chocolate! Believe me, when you do not eat meat for a whole week (Lent) and can't eat after midnight until the baskets are blessed, the entire meal is BEYOND delicious!

Allie Cat

4/16/2017 5:28:22 PM
Member since:
Oct 2012
Total posts:659
Orthodox Easter

It is also Orthodox Easter so our meal is not as elaborate as all yours. Had the baskets blessed and ate what was in them....paska, cottage cheese, eggs, garlic sausage, ham, pork roast, radish, green onion, and horseradish, and for the kids....chocolate! Believe me, when you do not eat meat for a whole week (Lent) and can't eat after midnight until the baskets are blessed, the entire meal is BEYOND delicious!


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