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My Menu for Easter Dinner

Joe and I are hosting Easter dinner this year.  We considered serving some of our Thanksgiving favorites, but we settled instead on the following. Here's what we'll be serving:

  • Sparkling cider
  • A relish tray with black olives, stuffed green olives, and deviled eggs
  • A ham, prepared by my father-in-law
  • Kielbasa – also prepared by my father-in-law
  • Kugeli – a traditional Lithunian potato casserole, prepared by my mother- and father-in-law (I'll share the recipe for this if I can get it.)
  • Asparagus Mimosa Salad
  • Leek tart – a recipe I found at a blog called A Storm of Thoughts
  • Carrot souffle – a recipe I saw on Foodie Mama
  • Grand's really big flaky buttered biscuits served with real butter and homemade jam – I know they're cheating, but my Dad loves them.
  • Tropical cheesecake – an orange cheesecake with a chocolate frosting and orange mango pineapple puree on top (I'll share the recipe for this later on this month.)

I'll let you know how it goes on Sunday or Monday.

Happy Easter!

Don't forget to stop back on Thursday for Grace's Kitchen!

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7 thoughts on “My Menu for Easter Dinner”

  1. Aww, thanks for the link. That sounds like a great menu! We eat kielbasa too – it’s our Easter staple. I’d love the recipe for Kugeli! The tropical cheesecake sounds really interesting too, yum. Have a nice Easter! Can’t wait to hear how it goes. 🙂

  2. Aww, thanks for the link. That sounds like a great menu! We eat kielbasa too – it’s our Easter staple. I’d love the recipe for Kugeli! The tropical cheesecake sounds really interesting too, yum. Have a nice Easter! Can’t wait to hear how it goes. 🙂

  3. Your menu sounds yummy for Easter. My family will be eating simplier and less, we’re on diets. A very lean roast beef, sliced very thin, regular garden salad with diet low fat dressing,
    probably a healthy brown rice dish. No desserts, trying to watch this right now. Very simple, but holidays aren’t just about the food, they are also about family. We have a lot to be thankful for, we just heard from my step-son who’s in the Navy. We hadn’t heard from him since before November. We’d tried to get through to him overseas, but couldn’t. He’s just back in the states, but doesn’t have enough time to see us right now. He’s on his way to his next duty station and new duties.

  4. Your menu sounds yummy for Easter. My family will be eating simplier and less, we’re on diets. A very lean roast beef, sliced very thin, regular garden salad with diet low fat dressing,
    probably a healthy brown rice dish. No desserts, trying to watch this right now. Very simple, but holidays aren’t just about the food, they are also about family. We have a lot to be thankful for, we just heard from my step-son who’s in the Navy. We hadn’t heard from him since before November. We’d tried to get through to him overseas, but couldn’t. He’s just back in the states, but doesn’t have enough time to see us right now. He’s on his way to his next duty station and new duties.

  5. What a wonderful menu! I’m sure it will all be delicious! Enjoy your family and the day!

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