Post # 1
Easter has never been a big deal in my or my husbands family. This year it’s just hubby, my mom, and I for dinner. I’m thinking ham, mashed potatoes and some type of veggie. But I am curious what other people make for dinner.
So ladies, what is on your menu?
Post # 3
Hey fellow Boston girl, we started doing a brunch two years ago, we make ham, French toast, scrambled eggs, brocoli cheese casserole, homefries. It works out well and gives us many options and variations:)
Post # 4
We don’t cook for Easter – we just go out to Easter brunch and let someone else do the cooking! 🙂
Here the menu at the winery where we’ll be eating. Maybe it will give you some ideas!
Post # 6
LAMB! Lamb is traditional for us. Although we have it quite often, my hubby and I. I have a killer recipe from Jamie Oliver.
Post # 7
Apps: cheese tray, sirachia deviled eggs (yum)
Drinks: Prosecco and Rose
Main: Mint-pea soup, ham, asparagus, some kind of potato/leek galette
Dessert: Homemade cheesecake
Post # 8
We are doing more like Thanksgiving than Easter.. Turkey, mashed potatoes, gravy, cranberries, stuffing and some vegetable..
Post # 9
Since we will be in our first house, there will be a LOT of people, and we are hosting. We are doing chicken (his grandma’s recipe), ham, baked potatoes, and a sweet potatoe casserole and green bean casserole. Then all your extras like cranberries, fruits and veggie trays, and eggs.
Typically, though, my family does take and bake pizza lol and it delicious!
Post # 10
On my side Easter is huge and my Mom’s side all gets together for brunch and we make my favortie thing in the world: Eggbake!!! Seriously if you have not had this you should really try it! It’s so amazing! Otherwise we also have the cheesy potatoes and well honestly I don’t remember what all we have because I normally just eat eggbake!!!!
Can you tell I’m excited?
Post # 11
Were making turkey and ham with candied yams, stuffing, green bean casserole yum
Post # 12
@Bostongrl25: Our family has 3 really big meals a year, Thanksgiving, Christmas, & Easter. We pretty much eat typical Thanksgiving food for all 3. It’s awesomeee! Lol, think soul food and you’ve pretty much got our menu. Chicken, baked mac & cheese, yams, rice, cabbage, collard greens, potato salad, stuffing and more…we eat heavy!
Post # 13
@MrsRose: What’s eggbake?
Post # 14
Usually Easter consists of boiled eggs and soldiers for breakfast, and a lamb roast for lunch with roast potatoes, carrots, peas, spring greens and gravy. Dessert is usualy different every year.
This year however i am just doing roast chicken.