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    What's for Easter Dinner?

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    Couldn't find an existing thread on this for 2012, so I figured I would start one.

    We are having a pork roast and sausages (primal, no fillers) alongside deviled eggs and potato salad, both made with homemade mayonnaise. I am also mixing up a garden salad for the table, with a creamy garlic and parmesan dressing.
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    Local raised and produced ham, baked sweet potatoes, roasted Brussels sprouts, green beans sauteed in bacon grease, and baked apples with cinnamon and nutmeg. :-)

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    GrokON - Wow the creamy garlic and parmesan dressing sounds lovely. I had a Pesto cream with feta dressing this afternoon with my Thandoori Hake serve and veggies at our lunch out. Tonight's menu;

    Grilled Tuna steak (Marinade coconut oil & chilli pesto, dill) and 1/2 cup lettuce, onion, 1/2 avo.

    Enjoy the rest of the Easter weekend
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    Leg of Lamb (New Zealand), asparagus, roasted potatoes.

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    Deviled duck eggs, leg of lamb (Australia), swiss chard with bacon, mashed sweeet potato (butter and a little cinnamon), cheesecake and local strawberries.
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    Lindt 70% cocoa easter egg for me! (well, strictly speaking it was mackerel, kale, asparagus, broccoli, butter, but chocolate egg is no longer in one piece)

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    Prime Rib, carmalized onion horseradish mashed potatoes, asparagus, caesar salad. Dessert will be Eton Mess, which is basically broken meringes tossed with whipped cream and berries!
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    Mom is cooking up lamb chops, some veggies, and she made a gluten free carrot cake.
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    Bison patties and sauteed greens and a yam. But breakfast was ice cream, and tomorrow will be an unreasonably large feast of discounted Easter candy.
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    Cornish game hens, maple roasted sweet potatoes and probably something green like green beans. Dessert is paleo carrot cake with 1/2 the maple syrup.

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