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Easter Menu

Sunday, April 15, 2012

Dear Chrystal:

Sounds like you had delightful meal! Here's what I made for Easter dinner.

  • Ham--89 cents per pound with a $50 purchase at the local grocery store.
  • Party Bean Casserole--bacon, onion, brown sugar, cider vinegar sauce mixed into butter beans, lima beans, kidney beans, and Bush's baked beans
  • Fruit Salad--fresh pineapple, apples, bananas, manderine oranges, and canned sweet cherries
  • Sweet Corn
  • Potatoes Delmonico--small red potatoes, boiled until tender with the skins on and sliced with a thick cream white sauce and cheddar cheese on top. Baked in a casserole until bubbly
  • Lamb pound cake frosted with mallow whip and coconut with jelly bean eyes (for a picture see my website The pound cake is made with butter and a can of coconut milk! Talk about breakin' trainin'
  • Ice Tea with papaya ice cubes and Kick Ass coffee (wonderful coffee despite the name)

What did you have for Easter Dinner Pam? Begonia


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