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What? No homemade cheese ball? For shame!



I made Reubens.


Glad your Easter was fun ( And Mia was a happy girl ! )
Don't know if you like cheesecake or not, I have an easy, no fail, kickass recipe that makes 2 pie sized ones... great for get togethers.. let me know if you want to try the recipe


Happy Easter Lisa and Family!!


Happy Easter! Sounds like Princess Mia had a great Easter basket. Bam-Bam's was pretty simple this year. He doesn't know the difference yet, but I wanted him to have something.

We actually made it to church, which was an astounding feat. We were at a March of Dimes Walk fundraiser the night before, so we already had nice clothes at the ready, otherwise it probably wouldn't have happened.

Then it was out to breakfast, a walk to the market, and later Easter dinner. Mark grilled a leg of lamb, I whipped up a caper sauce to go with it, and new potatoes roasted with rosemary, steamed asparagus and baguette, and a nice bottle of wine. It was all delicious and lovely. And easy, an important thing these days.

Mark's Mom always makes Scotch Eggs on Easter, I should try to do that for him next year.


We went to the horse races! That is our religious Easter experience. I used to tell the nuns that at school when I was a kid, and they would send notes home to my parents saying I was so creative, making up stories like that. They must have been horrified when they found out it was TRUE! Churches make my Dad itch...

Beth Miller

I cooked a turkey for dinner complete with all of the trimmings. I must have been NUTS! I had all the work and all the clean up and all the storage of the left overs. OMG maybe Christmas is in a month and I am hallucinating that it is April. LMAO!

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