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    Hello everyone.
    Tomorrow is Easter.
    And let's hear it for Passover!
    I believe special foods and possibly drinks will be consumed.
    Care to share them with everyone?
    I think Dolley is cooking a ham in the oven.
    We might have some Polish sausage.
    Turkey breast.
    Hard boiled eggs.
    Pepsi, diet-Pepsi, milk and coffee.
    My mom used to make cheese.
    I'll bet everyone world-wide likes Polish sausage.
    I'd be their ally based on their sausage. It's good!
    Oh, feel free to post pictures of your food or pictures of what you would like.
    Last edited by Slug; 03 Apr 10, 15:58.
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    As we have a variety of guests this Sunday, most with bland tastes (), I'm doing a selection of chicken breasts .
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    • #3
      2 of my favorites for passover:

      -Haroset:
      One of the "mandatory" things to eat traditionally, to remind us the mortar we slaved in while in Egypt (texture wise, not taste..). There are different ways of making it and our family recipe calls for cashew,pistachio, peanuts and other kinds of nuts your into, throw them in the mixer and grind them (but not too much, you don't won't it to turn into dust).
      Put the results in a bowl and cover it with Silan (data honey), I'd say stair it but that's almost impossible so just wait until the bulk of the nuts sink and a somewhat homogeneous mixture appears.
      Be sure not to try it if you have any heart or cholesterol conditions

      -Matzebray:
      Eggs and Matza on a 2 to 1 ratio (favoring the eggs) serving one you'll need about 2 Matzas and obviously 4 eggs.

      Scramble the eggs (liquid) in a bowl with some milk, wet the Matzas and break it into small pieces, throw it in the liquid and sink it.
      The end result of the mixture should be having most of the liquid absorbed in the Matzas.
      Then throw it all on the pen and cook it like an Omelet.

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      • #4
        We're doing lasagna this year.
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        • #5
          We usually have ham or a roast but the weather is beautiful this year so I'm grilling outside.

          Probable menu:

          grilled marinated salmon
          cauliflower smash
          salad
          biscuits

          we were going to have cherry pie for desert but it did not survive breakfast.
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          • #6
            Originally posted by Slug View Post
            Hello everyone.
            Tomorrow is Easter.
            And let's hear it for Passover!
            I believe special foods and possibly drinks will be consumed.
            Care to share them with everyone?
            I think Dolley is cooking a ham in the oven.
            We might have some Polish sausage.
            Turkey breast.
            Hard boiled eggs.
            Pepsi, diet-Pepsi, milk and coffee.
            My mom used to make cheese.
            I'll bet everyone world-wide likes Polish sausage.
            I'd be their ally based on their sausage. It's good!
            Oh, feel free to post pictures of your food or pictures of what you would like.
            Almost anything put in front of me.

            But I like Ham, chicken, and ribs with grits and gravy; just fine up here in gloomy, chilly, Sacremento anytime of year.

            Thanks.

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            • #7
              Usually ham, but this year we wanted our son to make reservations at the restaurant of his choice. He picked an excellent Italian place that we've been to before.

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              • #8
                I cooked the usual roast ham along with smoked holiday kielbassa, a green bean casserole, au-gratin potatoes, candied sweet potatoes, steamed kernel corn and dinner rolls. We've got enough left-overs for much of next week.
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                • #9
                  I made a Ham and a small hickory smoked turkey breast, Potato Salad, baked beans, candied carrots, cheese broccoli casserole, dinner rolls and for desert strawberry shortcake and a fruit salad...we consumed a couple of bottles of wine and now I am getting hungry again..
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                  • #10
                    The foods that i gave up for lent.
                    "The spirit is willing, but the flesh is spongy and bruised"
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                    • #11
                      When I was a kid, chocolate bunnies & jelly beans.

                      Around these parts oven-roasted smoke ham-shoulder is "the thing" with typical "country" sides like sum greens, and some type of potato, yadda-yadda-yadda. Candied yams are very popular but, ehhhh...

                      Hard boiled eggs are nice, but not 2 many ...

                      Personally, I like a good fried chicken dinner with some nice warm-weather food like...potato salad. Or, a good corned-beef & cabbage. Yummmm..

                      Oooo, I know. A pork-tenderloin roast with potatoes and carrots. That's "tha bomb"!
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                      • #12
                        ...honey-glazed ham, potatoes au gratin, bbaked butternut squash, baby peas and for dessert, Wendy made a lemon chiffon thingy with real whipped cream that went down very well withthe Australian chardonnay. Then I got to eat CHOCOLATE!!!
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                        • #13
                          Then I got to eat CHOCOLATE!!!
                          Yeah, I know that... eating marathon at different stations around the families... all of which assume that you didnt eat anythig the last week.
                          And then the waffle of thin mint chocolate.
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                          • #14
                            On Good Friday Family Went Out to Joey's Only (Fish Restaurant)

                            We Had Pork Tenderloin and honey-glazed ham for Easter. And The Family Makes a whole assortment of Side Dishes. Orange-Cream Salad(its a almost icing sugar [sweet] with bits or orange), grandmothers Famous Macaroni Salad. Deviled Eggs and Sex-in-a-pan for Dessert.
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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by robbielynne View Post
                              I made a Ham and a small hickory smoked turkey breast, Potato Salad, baked beans, candied carrots, cheese broccoli casserole, dinner rolls and for desert strawberry shortcake and a fruit salad...we consumed a couple of bottles of wine and now I am getting hungry again..
                              Yeah, but I'd venture to say, it's not for food or drink!..
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