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Post Posted: 07:38pm - Apr 3,17 
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We are doing the traditional ham but looking for thoughts of something different as a second dish. No Venison & no fish which were my thoughts that got nixed, any suggestions?

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Post Posted: 08:07pm - Apr 3,17 
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Polish sausage is ALWAYS on our Easter table. Lamb is a treat, but if venison got nixed then that's probably out. I personally like going Greek/Mediterranean/Mid Eastern with kabobs, pilaf or couscous, tabouleh, grilled veggies, and pitas.

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Post Posted: 08:33pm - Apr 3,17 
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Pasta and marinara sauce with black mussels, great side dish. Micro greens with a little red onion for a nice salad. Pick your favorite dressing. MMMM I'm hungry now !

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Post Posted: 03:58am - Apr 4,17 
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We get a whole baby lamb... About 35 lbs.... And cook on a traditional open fire spit... Very nice...later mike

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Post Posted: 04:25am - Apr 4,17 
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I go non-traditional and have a smoked brisket as a center piece. BBQ sauce on the side for dipping (never on top), and white Wonder bread, if desired.
BTW - to all fellow CTA's: Happy Easter!

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Post Posted: 05:21am - Apr 4,17 
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How about those little game hens? Cranberry sauce, mashed potatoes, biscuits, stuffing, that green bean casserol stuff.

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Post Posted: 09:39am - Apr 4,17 
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I personally love all the above. I also thought of Prime Rib. We are going to discuss it this evening. I'll let you know what we decide.

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Post Posted: 09:54am - Apr 4,17 
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Last year I put a goose on the grill.

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Post Posted: 02:43pm - Apr 5,17 
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Rabbit. :scared

Don't tell the kids what it is. :D

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Post Posted: 05:03pm - Apr 5,17 
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A big crawfish boil.

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Post Posted: 07:46pm - Apr 5,17 
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Hot dogs

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Post Posted: 10:11pm - Apr 5,17 
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Polish sausage,lithuanin sausage,saurkrat,farmers horseradish( this stuff will clear out any nose and make eye's water!!). Pieroge's,breaded dumplings with brown gravy.
For fun I buy Kabonas a week before Easter,I hang it in the Kitchen.A cooked Sausage, ready to eat.My kids enjoy a great snack at the end of the day!

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Post Posted: 11:42pm - Apr 5,17 
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Kugelis. Lots of Kugelis washed down with a bottle of Svyturys!

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Post Posted: 07:07am - Apr 7,17 
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Fresh and smoked Polish sausage, hard boiled eggs and homemade honey wheat bread!
Oh yeah and beet horseradish for the sausage. You can get everything you need from
Gorka Deli in Orland Park. Smaczniego!!!

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Post Posted: 10:05am - Apr 7,17 
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I love Kugelis!!! Now I'm going to have to make some. It goes good with both Ham & polish sausage.

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Post Posted: 11:38am - Apr 7,17 
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My whole life its been Turkey and Ham.

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