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Old March 30, 2018   #16
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There's no corn on the cob! Albertson's had it in their sales paper 8 ears for $2, but there wasn't any. That seems to happen often here at that store.

Some homemade Mac and Cheese may take its place depending on what the other stores nearby have in the way of corn on the cob. It is off-season for corn here where sooo much corn is grown.
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Old March 31, 2018   #17
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Usually cook a leg of lamb, but not this year...
Going to The Ariston ....Prime rib, ham, halibut, it's all good. And I don't have to do any dishes!
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Old March 31, 2018   #18
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Ham in with the scalloped potatoes, green salad. That is plenty more than I can eat, LOL, and I am sure Belle will get some as well. Though Belle is not a fan of green salads unless there is gravy on it.
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Old March 31, 2018   #19
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Everything's better with gravy!

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Old March 31, 2018   #20
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There are some traditional Russian Easter meal recipes:
https://www.thespruce.com/easter-mol...recipe-1136153
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paskha
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Old March 31, 2018   #21
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Scallops scampi, fresh roasted asparagus, scalloped potatoes with leeks.
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Old March 31, 2018   #22
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That sounds tasty, Andrey! I bet it's good with walnuts and caramel sauce...

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Old March 31, 2018   #23
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Everything's better with gravy!

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Yes, Belle likes gravy on most things, and the more gravy, the better to her!!!
She is getting fat, so I have to watch what she eats a bit more.
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My grandmother ( father's side) used to make the cheese like that, in a wooden pyramid. I liked it as a child, haven't had it since then.

Good Easter to you, Andrey and your family.
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Old March 31, 2018   #25
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Thanks for posting the link, Andrey.

If my in-laws were still alive, we'd be with them having kielbasa with horseradish, pierogi, and babka (my two favorites are cheese and poppy seed) for brunch, and then joining my family later in the day for the full Italian spread.

Tomorrow it'll be a late (and large!) Italian lunch with the traditional Easter ham tossed in just for good measure!
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Old March 31, 2018   #26
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Ham, klobasi, sauerkraut, Hrudka(Easter Cheese) and potica. I forgot about poppyseed roll this year. My aunts always had a discussion as to whose was best...not enough filling or not rolled thin enough.

Happy Easter to all!
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Old March 31, 2018   #27
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Y'all have given me new to me foods to research. Thanks!

Andrey... those links are pretty neat! Thanks!

I need to remember to try elote this summer when the corn is in season!

Happy Easter weekend, everyone!
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I came home from a long day at a tire shop buying tires and getting an inspection sticker.
Stopped at the store and didn't have a clue what I wanted for easter so I got myself 3 choices.
Bratwurst, catfish Po boys or more hot wings.
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ham, homemade bread, greenbeans, german potato salad, party potatoes, applesauce, salad, and angel-food cake with fruit in a sauce. today. tomorrow? no idea. going to a friends house for dinner. I am taking the salad.
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Old March 31, 2018   #30
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Worth, I vote for catfish poorboys.
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