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Re: Is this too radical a twist on Easter dinner?


@gidgetgh wrote:

my husband and I had grilled cheese sandwiches, potato chips and cheesecake for Thanksgiving last year. I loved it. 

 

There are no rules for heaven’s sake. Eat what you want. 

 

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My husband and I spent several Thanksgivings eating turkey sandwiches on the beach.


 

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Re: Is this too radical a twist on Easter dinner?

Have a very nice Easter and enjoy each others company. Smiley Wink

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Re: Is this too radical a twist on Easter dinner?

When it all possible, live your life your way , it's less stressful that way.

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Re: Is this too radical a twist on Easter dinner?

@house_cat Sounds like a wonderful, loving group.  I would have been flattered if someone asked if they could "spend the holiday" with me.                 I'm sure you'll have a wonderful day. Smiley Happy

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Re: Is this too radical a twist on Easter dinner?


@house_cat wrote:

As usually happens to me, I just found out I'm hosting 10 people for Easter.

 

Sigh.

 

I'm thinking of cooking pork tenderloin instead of ham. 

 

If you were served pork tenderloin rather than ham on Easter would you be disappointed?


Hi @house_cat   Smiley Happy  my family requested pork tenderloin.........so that is what is on my menu.   When I make up a menu for any occasion/holiday, I make what my guests/family like or request.

I'm sure your holiday feast will be delicious, and I hope appreciated. 

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Re: Is this too radical a twist on Easter dinner?

Our family eats Ham all the time.  We stock up when they are on sale over X-mas and Easter.  

 

We are smoking a turkey for Easter only because I still have a 22lb turkey in the freezer taking up space.  Since we are not having a large gathering, I need to come up with a menu for the rest of the week to use up the turkey.

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Re: Is this too radical a twist on Easter dinner?

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I would not be disappointed.  As a matter of fact, I have made roast pork and roast beef for Easter before and my family enjoyed it. Besides, if they don't like it they can go elsewhere!

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Re: Is this too radical a twist on Easter dinner?

@ @gidgetgh   That sounds delicious and I would love having that Smiley Happy  I agree there are NO RULES. Just fix and eat what you want for Holiday Meals ( or anytime )  Smiley Happy

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Re: Is this too radical a twist on Easter dinner?

More important who is around the table than the food  Smiley Happy 

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Re: Is this too radical a twist on Easter dinner?

soundsyummy tome.  areuyou going to make dressing too.  pork tenderloin with dressig is so good.