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  • What are you eating for Easter?

    Are you going to enjoy a big Easter meal? What are you eating?
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  • #2
    I will be eating part of an Australian Lamb Leg with other goodies. Probably salad, maybe some potatoes and maybe some dark chocolate. Not sure what else. I will be in Chicago with my parents visiting my brother.
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    • #3
      I'm going to visit my parents and take them out for dinner, but I'm letting them pick the restaurant, so I'll be looking for the best primal option on the menu

      Hopefully that will be steak, ribs, or shrimp!
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      • #4
        Ham, green salad and not sure what else yet
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        • #5
          Have to spend it with the in-laws who are vegans. No idea whats on the menu but not much looking forward to it. On May 1st I am making our late Easter dinner and it will be roast rabbit, roast root veggies of some sort, dandelion or green salad, and maybe asparagus. Possibly strawberries and cream for dessert.
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          • #6
            Cake. And probably some vegetarian Indian food. One of my few friends in London (I'm studying abroad) invited me over to her house. She doesn't celebrate Easter, but I had no plans otherwise. My friend just happens to be a talented up-and-coming baker and is working on some recipes for her market stall.

            No regrets. I only have a few weeks left in London and want to spend it with my friends who I might never see again. I have the rest of the year to be Primal. The last time I put my eating above my friends I was on the road to an eating disorder.

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            • #7
              It is a bunch. I have no control over it. An egg and potato backed dish, fruit salad, WF sausages, muffins, including almond flour/blueberry. i'll do some of each.
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              • #8
                lamb if I can find it for a reasonable price.

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                • #9
                  I go to a work friend's on big days like T-giving and Easter. I have some turkey and I make mini bell peppers stuffed with spicy, shredded squash browned in olive oil with ground walnuts and Romano cheese mixed in. Makes a great filling. I make a bunch and fill up on those if there is not much else that is PB. I don't go on a one day splurge just for a holiday, not worth it.

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                  • #10
                    3 omelets with bacon, roast beef, more bacon, various fruits, more bacon and more bacon. I love Easter brunches.
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                    • #11
                      I live more or less alone, so I will eat what I usually eat (meat and greens) plus hollow chocolate bunnies and egg-shaped treats and maybe ice cream, too.
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                      • #12
                        Leg of lamb, pastured smoked ham, Brussels sprouts, carrots, cauliflower, broccoli and sweet potatoes.

                        I'm picking up a delicious cheesecake from a local bakery and will indulge in that, a glass of wine, and one piece of quality chocolate.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Kaylee99 View Post
                          Have to spend it with the in-laws who are vegans. No idea whats on the menu but not much looking forward to it. On May 1st I am making our late Easter dinner and it will be roast rabbit, roast root veggies of some sort, dandelion or green salad, and maybe asparagus. Possibly strawberries and cream for dessert.
                          If I had in laws her were vegans I would...

                          ...

                          boycott.

                          Originally posted by canio6 View Post
                          lamb if I can find it for a reasonable price.
                          I found mine on sale. Cost me $19.36 for 5.34 lbs.

                          Originally posted by Diana Renata View Post
                          Leg of lamb, pastured smoked ham, Brussels sprouts, carrots, cauliflower, broccoli and sweet potatoes.

                          I'm picking up a delicious cheesecake from a local bakery and will indulge in that, a glass of wine, and one piece of quality chocolate.
                          You are one lucky girl. My meal will be similar however. I guess I am one lucky guy!
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                          • #14
                            We are going to a friend's house. She is making a spiral ham. We normally have lamb, but I don't think they are lamb eaters. We might get some lamb and cook it next weekend instead. I am thinking about making a roast beef to bring with us or something. Then veggies and a bit of chocolate.
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                            • #15
                              Bunny. Seriously, I have a rabbit in the freezer. I was thinking about pork belly but we're going out canoeing for the day and I can toss the bunny in the crock pot.
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