Wednesday, March 23, 2016

The Easter Menu

Easter is going to be a quiet affair this year.  It is going to be strange celebrating sans both Moms and then we are leaving early Monday morning for our vacation.  Frank is singing at 11:30 Mass and we will have sung the Easter Vigil which is a long and beautiful ceremony.  That makes Saturday night a late night for us though.  The vigil doesn't begin until 9 pm so we won't get home much before midnight.

Nicole has to work, so Pierre is hanging out with her.  I know her Mom is cooking so hopefully they get a chance to join her and Anthony for dinner.  They joined us for dinner this past Sunday because we knew Easter wasn't going to work.  If I know my son, Chuck, I am sure he is cooking for half the Navy on Sunday.  Amy and Doug will be going to Doug's family for an early dinner and then heading over here.  We get Tingting and the Little Angel Face all day long.

All of this preface is just too let you know that the Feast is subdued this year.  No lamb and I was just going to make ham but Amy advised that we had to have fresh kielbasa as well.  I don't want to have too many leftovers.  Karen will be staying here while we are gone and she is only one person. However, I will make up some sandwiches to take on the road with us.

I pray that you all have a Happy, Holy Easter.

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Italian Egg Drop Soup
Strawberry Spinach Salad
Baked Ham
Roasted Kielbasa
Potatoes au Gratin
Sweet Potato Casserole
Asparagus with Lemon
Buttered Corn
Sauerkraut
Baked Pineapple
Sweet Dinner Rolls
Spice Cake



8 comments:

  1. Sounds like a yummy meal! And you are right, I am only one person, but if there is a extra plate of leftovers, I will have for dinner on Monday! :) Love everything on your menu. :) Happy Easter. Hope you have a fun and safe trip and look forward to seeing you when you get back. :)

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    1. There will, for sure be leftovers and if it is too much for one you can share it with John and Kirsten.

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    2. Thank you. I don't know what we would do without you.

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  2. Sounds like a good meal to me. I haven't yet made my menu. I know there will be ham!

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    1. Ham is a must for Easter. Have a great day Paula.

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  3. Yummy! I'm like Paula and havent made a menu or shopping list or anything! I did buy chocolate bunnies for the kids!!! Happy Easter!

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    1. Happy Easter Lisa, snitch one of the bunny ears from your kids.

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