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#1 Apr 25 2011 at 2:21 PM Rating: Good
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Yum!

Easter leftovers. :)
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Pineapple glazed?
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Makes more sense than Passover leftovers.

We went out for brunch as we do every year.
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I did absolutely nothing for Easter.

It was fantastic Smiley: grin
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#5 Apr 25 2011 at 2:28 PM Rating: Good
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Though neither of us is religious, my girlfriend bought me a ton of chocolate for easter (cookies & cream bars, and milk and white chocolate truffles). Unable to demonstrate even the slightest bit of restraint, I ate 4 of the bars and downed 1-3/4 bags of truffles in a day and a half.

I Haz Stomach Ache. Smiley: frown

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Don't know what kind of glaze. Easter was at my brother's house this year, and I saw him putting some kind of glaze on it. Yummy is all I know. They had two hams, but as it turned out one of my cousins was sick (when a 6 year old doesn't want to eat candy you know he's sick!), so that whole part of the family stayed home, meaning there was an abundance of ham (and I got me a goodie bag of the stuff).

Also for the record, my brother's bulldog failed to leave marks on my leg, but he tried really really hard.
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Also for the record, my brother's bulldog failed to leave marks on my leg, but he tried really really hard.


Ok, that was funny.
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For the first time ever we didnt celebrate Easter in the least. No decorations, no baskets, eggs, cards over-extended family or feeling funny about sponging another holiday off the Christians. I didn't even call Dad (oops).

I did make waffles, with some of my freshly made raspberry compote & whipped cream, fat bacon and fruit salad for breakfast for me, myself the hubby and my one kid that's still sponging off us.

I played Lotro with my daughter last night and think I said something to the effect of 'happy easter' to her.
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We're having leftover Easter Chinese takeout tonight!

That ham sounds good though. I love ham sandwiches made over from leftover ham dinners.
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Ham is over rated :)

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Easter for me is just another excuse to hangout with the family, but it's a family that I really love being around. When we were younger holidays were pretty much playing football, nerf gun wars, and golden eye. Now that we are vastly more mature they tend to involve napkin races, lemon eating contests, assassin, and "is this milk or is this cream?" Not quite what I imagined adulthood would be.

(It took us maybe 15-20 minutes to figure out it was half and half >.<)

Edited, Apr 25th 2011 5:21pm by Allegory
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How does one race a napkin? In my experience they tend to be rather inert.
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How does one race a napkin? In my experience they tend to be rather inert.


Amateur rocketry.
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How does one race a napkin? In my experience they tend to be rather inert.


Skydiving, duh.
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How does one race a napkin? In my experience they tend to be rather inert.
Boxcar derby.
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It's far more clever than any of the above three. Place a napkin folded into quarters on the table. Pick it up by the topmost layer so that it opens forming a conical shape. Place said cone upon your head. Run as fast as you can without it falling off.
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Due to the subject I thought maybe gbaji had gotten a cat.

I spent Easter at my mom's with Thom...and my brother and his family (including twin almost-three-year-olds), my sister with her one year old twins, and my other sister and her Filipino husband. We had two buffet meals (Oriental on Saturday, and Italian/traditional Easter on Sunday) and ate at my mother-in-law's diner on the way home. Very full weekend.

I also tried to find a replacement hard drive for my sister's dead laptop on Sunday, but considering the day Wal-Mart was the only thing open and they don't have a very extensive selection of hardware.
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It's far more clever than any of the above three. Place a napkin folded into quarters on the table. Pick it up by the topmost layer so that it opens forming a conical shape. Place said cone upon your head. Run as fast as you can without it falling off.



I have to say this sounds hella fun.
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It's far more clever than any of the above three. Place a napkin folded into quarters on the table. Pick it up by the topmost layer so that it opens forming a conical shape. Place said cone upon your head. Run as fast as you can without it falling off.



I have to say this sounds hella fun.


It actually does. Just needs more booze.
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Eske Esquire wrote:
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It's far more clever than any of the above three. Place a napkin folded into quarters on the table. Pick it up by the topmost layer so that it opens forming a conical shape. Place said cone upon your head. Run as fast as you can without it falling off.



I have to say this sounds hella fun.


It actually does. Just needs more booze.
You're just assuming that wasn't part of the warm ups.
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Also for the record, my brother's bulldog failed to leave marks on my leg, but he tried really really hard.


Ok, that was funny.


**** scantily clad leg, probably just askin' for it. Smiley: laugh
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Easter = roasted leg of lamb with lots of garlic buds poked into it, mashed potatoes and broccoli and vats of gravy /burp
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Donbayne wrote:
Easter = roasted leg of lamb with lots of garlic buds poked into it, mashed potatoes and broccoli and vats of gravy /burp


You forgot the mint jelly. My mom wouldn't serve lamb unless she could find real mint jelly. (not mint flavor apple jelly)
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Easter = roasted leg of lamb with lots of garlic buds poked into it, mashed potatoes and broccoli and vats of gravy /burp


You forgot the mint jelly. My mom wouldn't serve lamb unless she could find real mint jelly. (not mint flavor apple jelly)
Mint Sauce > Mind Jelly.
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Easter requires an authentic Polish lamb cake from a real Polish bakery, and not the hellish abominations they sell in the grocery stores.

Also the little lamb shaped butter.

Edited, Apr 26th 2011 11:16am by Jophiel
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Donbayne wrote:
Easter = roasted leg of lamb with lots of garlic buds poked into it, mashed potatoes and broccoli and vats of gravy /burp


You forgot the mint jelly. My mom wouldn't serve lamb unless she could find real mint jelly. (not mint flavor apple jelly)


I can't stand Mint Jelly, ruins the taste of meat lol. (imo)
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I had ham and I don't even believe in Jeebus.

Was a delicious ham, too. Not too salty.




Edited, Apr 26th 2011 12:40pm by bsphil
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I heart leftover ham. With fried eggs for breakfast. Put it in fried rice, a bean soup, a sandwich, pasta with a cream sauce. I just love ham.

Leftover hardboiled eggs too. Deviled eggs, egg salad, cut up in a ramen soup (that's good with ham too).

Oh man, leftovers are just good anytime.
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I had to help my mom eat some of the colored hardboiled eggs since she's already sick of em. Though she did make herself an egg salad sandwich...reminds me of the "Thanksgiving turkey leftover" phenomenon.
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We had leg of lamb and it was delicious although it was a bit overcooked for me. We also had glazed ham and meatballs, and curried lentils. It was a bit crazy.
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I am really curious, is this gbaji's shortest post ever? Smiley: grin
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I am really curious, is this gbaji's shortest post ever? Smiley: grin


No.
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technically if you include the quoted text, thats longer than the first one.
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Edited, Apr 28th 2011 3:24pm by Timelordwho


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