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Leila --- 5 years ago -

What's on your menu for Easter Sunday?

I need some inspiration. :) 

Butterbean --- 5 years ago -


Leila --- 5 years ago -


Glad to know it will be open,lol..I may end up there too! 

sdanielmcev --- 5 years ago -

I've wondered about the traditional ham, Y'shua was a Jew.... Something a little bit off about that. 

james osterberg --- 5 years ago -

The sacrificial lamb was roasted and eaten, together with unleavened bread and bitter herbs in hopes that the angel of God would pass over their homes and bring no harm. As Hebrews converted to Christianity, they naturally brought along their traditions with them. The Christians often refer to Jesus as The Lamb of God. Thus, the traditions merged.
A good wine to serve with the lamb is one that won't overwhelm the flavor of the meat, such as a Burgundy, Malbec or Shiraz.

In the United States, ham is a traditional Easter food. In the early days, meat was slaughtered in the fall. There was no refrigeration, and the fresh pork that wasn't consumed during the winter months before Lent was cured for spring. The curing process took a long time, and the first hams were ready around the time Easter arrived, making ham a natural choice for the celebratory Easter dinner. Serve a nice riesling or Gewurztraminer with the ham, or chardonnay or zinfandel are also complementary wines. 

DVaz --- 5 years ago -

Probably Oriental Gardens. I gave up on religion years ago. 

SagaciousSighFiGurl (Mod) --- 5 years ago -

Spaghetti and meatballs. LOL 

SagaciousSighFiGurl (Mod) --- 5 years ago -

sorry, double post. 

Behold the pale horse --- 5 years ago -

Spaghetti and meatballs.

Yum Yum. Do you deliver? 

jackass --- 5 years ago -

In the United States, ham is a traditional Easter food.

I read somewhere that if you want to know what its like to eat human meat just eat ham...nasty stuff. 

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