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.
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.
You lousy kids! Get off my savannah!
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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.
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.
we are having some friends over for easter, i think she's bringing potato salad and cheesecake. i'm making a sirloin roast, maybe some steamed green beans, and an angel food cake made from rice flour with sliced strawberries and whipped cream. i'm taking it easy on sunday's menu as i'm also making a bunch of food for tomorrow for a different event: another sirloin roast, roasted potatoes, two cheesecakes, jalapeno poppers, salad (homemade pesto vinaigrette), crudites (with homemade ranch), and buffalo wings (w/homemade blue cheese dressing).
my primal journal:
For Passover, we had roast chicken, matzo ball soup a la Elena (with almond flour, no matzah meal), roast asparagus, a veggie kugel (think carrots, onions, spinach, some other stuff and eggs all mixed together and baked like a fritatta, but with fewer eggs and more veggies) and a strawberry chocolate tart with a walnut/pecan crust. And charoset, horseradish, and regular old matzah, natch.
Prime rib and potatos.
If there is one thing I love about my family, despite the fact they all eat the SAD, they know how to celebrate a holiday, and I have a brother-in-law that is a grill-effin'-master that does prime rib that is to die for.
I have every intention of gorging myself Sunday. This Grok won't have to hunt on Monday.
We're having a meat off with the neighbors! lol
He's slow smoking ribs (memphis style, so a dry rub, no sugar laden sauces!) and hubby is doing steaks. I'm going to blow the whole thing out of the water with my bacon wrapped pork tenderloin and spicy mustard dip though! I'm sure there will be salad as well. lol
The more I see the less I know for sure.