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Susan and I did the cooking as always and had the kids and grand kids over to feast at our table which consisted of the following goodies all made from scratch except the ham:

Spiral cut ham with pineapple glaze
Bob's famous Mac and cheese
Home cooked green beans
Home cooked creamed corn
Homemade potato salad
Deviled eggs
Homemade rolls
Sweet tea
Pineapple upside down cake
Home baked cookies

Am I ever stuffed!

Weather was perfect in the low 70's with abundant sunshine. What a beautiful Easter day we were blessed with.

What was on your tables today?
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There's only two of us and we won't eat for another hour or so, We'll be having smoked ham, smashed 'taters, French cut green beans, cranberries and Momma's homemade German chocolate cake. We'll have lots of leftovers.

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hi Bob,

it was only my wife, her 91 year old mother and i.
our menu was:

cubed steak and gravy
creamed potatoes with brown gravy
cream 40 peas and okra cooked in with the peas
skillet fried squash and onions
rolls
homemade peach cobbler and ice cream
sweet tea


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I made the wife a baked patato with cheese and a tuna sandwitch. Picked up chicken tenders at 7 11 this morning and a roll.
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A couple DeWalt Routers , A Festool router and some Easter eggs.
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hi Nick,

you need counseling! lol i can see the easter eggs and the dewalt routers, but the festools taste like liver!

im just teasing , hope you and yours had a good Easter!

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HI Bob

Spiral cut ham with pineapple glaze
Homemade potato salad
Deviled eggs
Homemade rolls
Green jello with Pineapple
Straw Berry upside down cake with whip cream

We had 18 over to help us eat it all all that's left is the bone of the ham but I will use that to make some ham and beans, that I love


All and all a great day, a bit cold in Denver but nice and warm in the house with all family and friends .. we ask some new neighbor's to help us eat it all, they just moved in last week and I know it can be pain when the holidays get in the way of moving in ....

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Susan and I did the cooking as always and had the kids and grand kids over to feast at our table which consisted of the following goodies all made from scratch except the ham:

Spiral cut ham with pineapple glaze
Bob's famous Mac and cheese
Home cooked green beans
Home cooked creamed corn
Homemade potato salad
Deviled eggs
Homemade rolls
Sweet tea
Pineapple upside down cake
Home baked cookies

Am I ever stuffed!

Weather was perfect in the low 70's with abundant sunshine. What a beautiful Easter day we were blessed with.

What was on your tables today?



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I'm with you, John!

I heated up a can of beans and sprinkled the last of my cheddar on it in between glue-ups!

Everyone else, that sounds fantastic!
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Well Bob, we too had the kids, and all the grand kids, and the great granddaughter over.
Our table is large but will not hold all the food. It is usually spread all around the kitchen. From the stove to around the sink.
Ham of course
Three types of chicken, hot, hot, and hot.
spinach and kale mix
Bush's grillin beans
mashed potatoes
cole slaw
three bean cassarole
deviled eggs of course
rolls
cup cakes
cherry cheesecake
chocolate chiffon pie
a tray with strawberrys, apple slices, pineapple slices, celery, green peppers, broccoli and dip
washed it all down with various sodas.
Hope every one here had a blessed Easter.

PS: Bob. I had to make at least two trips around the kitchen to make sure I didn't miss something.




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Turkey
Gravey
Corn
Sweet n' Sour Meatballs
Mashed Potatoes
Cabbage Rolls
Turnips
Dressing (From the Turkey)

Dessert was:

Chocolate Cake
Marble Cake
Maple Walnut Ice Cream
Vanilla Ice Cream

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