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    We will be having dinner with DH's family, but I am making a carrot cake from scratch to contribute
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    I have to bring a side to go with ham. I'm thinking green bean and gruyere casserole.
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    No idea. DH keeps changing his mind Plus my family's "traditional" easter food is not at all traditional (bacon-wrapped shrimp, feta-tomato tart, etc)

    We may just make brunch reservations.
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    I'm alone on Easter so i'm going to be eating vicariously through all of you
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    My mom is cooking...probably deviled eggs, ham, mashed potatoes, sweet potatoes, green beans, green bean casserole, corn casserole, Mac n cheese from scratch, rolls...pies of all kinds...
    Put on your big girl panties and deal with it like a boss.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rocket_lizz View Post
    No idea. DH keeps changing his mind Plus my family's "traditional" easter food is not at all traditional (bacon-wrapped shrimp, feta-tomato tart, etc)

    We may just make brunch reservations.
    Your nontraditional foods sound amazing!
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    Hmm. I hadn't even thought of it yet probably a ham, maybe some potatoes for DH, rolls/bread/something. Maybe macaroni. I'm not really big on sides like potatoes or cooked veggies so I never know what else to cook on holidays besides a ham or turkey.

    Also, Dr Pepper ham? Do you have a link to a recipe?
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    Quote Originally Posted by KittenMittens View Post
    I'm alone on Easter so i'm going to be eating vicariously through all of you
    Same here!
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    I can never keep track of Easter with it's changing dates. I will be wishing I had good pierogies and kielbasa with my family, but instead will probably make something exciting like Spaghetti Squash
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    #20
    Pascha is huge for us and out families in terms of traditions and foods. Are Pascha baskets consist of traditional dishes of butter lamb molds, Hrudka a sweet egg cheese, Pascha bread, kulich bread, ham, kohlbassi (sausages), salt, pysanky eggs, hrin (a horseradish dip), wine, poppy and nut rolls, along with anything else food wide we may have been fasting from.

    We eat from out baskets throughout the day. We also normally go up to my dads parents and have additional foods like veggies, fruit, potato salad, green salad, rolls etc. And perogi we never do Christmas or Pascha without those. There isn't much we don't do without pierogi.
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