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What is your Family's "Traditional Easter Dinner"?



Ours is a leg of lamb.Sauce made from Heinz Chili Sauce(not chili,chili sauce),and juice from one lemon.Yum.My Gradmother grew up on a sheep ranch in Texas.My Granddaddy's family used to slaughter a lamb once a month when the Preacher came to town.

eta: Happy Good Friday,Happy Easter,Everyone have a great weekend.



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rantfan
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Bbq





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fishfighter
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Boiled crawfish, but we are doing dinner tomorrow.





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Dads a vegetarian. So I don't want to talk about the Tofurkey anymore.
sorta.






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quote:

Dads a vegetarian. So I don't want to talk about the Tofurkey anymore. sorta.


Boiled crawfish on Easter.






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tidalmouse
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Wow.Prayers sent.My family's a bunch of carnivores.Ours is on Sunday after Church.





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I know. We are driving up early Sunday to meet him at church then going to a restaurant so he can have all the salad & steamed broccoli he wants.

I'm having the prime rib!!!






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StraightCashHomey21
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fried chicken i guess

i have not spent an easter at home in like 4 years






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BBQ.





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BBQ





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Poodlebrain
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The tradition is the family getting together for a meal. The meal changes from year to year depending on who is hosting. The host generally serves a main course and side with other family members bringing additional items. Usually one other main course is brought, and there are sides galore. Always too many leftovers.

This year my aunt is hosting, and she is roasting a pork loin and vegetables. I will be bringing ribeyes cut only about 1/2" thick to grill (I like to see a whole ribeye on a plate rather than one cut into sections). Those are the items I am certain will be part of the meal.






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Ham, biscuits and redeye gravy. Everyone brings sides and desserts. We are going to New Orleans today, though. Will be doing a nice brunch Sunday with Mrs Cove's half-ass, coonass kinfolk who are driving up to meet us in town.





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Walt OReilly
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the same shite we eat for christmas





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