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    What's everyone cooking for Easter?

    Going to my sister-in-law's, I'm bringing:

    Lasagna--make it early Sunday am--traditional red meat "sugo" (not going gravy/sauce here ), not a bechamel--which I've never made.

    Grilled Baby Loin Lamb Chops--brushed liberally with olive oil, salt, pepper and fresh ground rosemary. This will be an appetizer.

    Probably bring a white and a red wine.

    Anyone?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JStokes View Post
    Going to my sister-in-law's, I'm bringing:

    Lasagna--make it early Sunday am--traditional red meat "sugo" (not going gravy/sauce here ), not a bechamel--which I've never made.

    Grilled Baby Loin Lamb Chops--brushed liberally with olive oil, salt, pepper and fresh ground rosemary. This will be an appetizer.

    Probably bring a white and a red wine.

    Anyone?
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    I'm not gonna touch that one.....Lasagna, Ham etc...Easter Pie...

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    Quote Originally Posted by JStokes View Post
    Going to my sister-in-law's, I'm bringing:

    Lasagna--make it early Sunday am--traditional red meat "sugo" (not going gravy/sauce here ), not a bechamel--which I've never made.

    Grilled Baby Loin Lamb Chops--brushed liberally with olive oil, salt, pepper and fresh ground rosemary. This will be an appetizer.

    Probably bring a white and a red wine.

    Anyone?
    Sounds awesome, Stokes. I'm going to my folks' house so I try to stay out of their way, but I pitch in with the cooking and my wife does the antipasto platters with my Dad. I usually bring over some Champagne for an apéritif and a rosemary focaccia, which I'll bake tomorrow afternoon. Last time I brought it, no one ate my Mom's bread. LOL. One day, if you behave and/or send me a case of Spaten, I'll give you the few tricks to making it.

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    Going to my folks house, bringing red wine and dessert. Having roasted leg of lamb with potatoes and spinach.

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    My brother and his wife are hosting at their new place, serving BBQ'd tri-tip, and they usually make this salad that has greens, mandarin oranges, some type of nuts (walnuts maybe), chunks of cheese, it's really tasty. And he's got a new kegerator too

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    Quote Originally Posted by Borgoguy View Post
    Sounds awesome, Stokes. I'm going to my folks' house so I try to stay out of their way, but I pitch in with the cooking and my wife does the antipasto platters with my Dad. I usually bring over some Champagne for an apéritif and a rosemary focaccia, which I'll bake tomorrow afternoon. Last time I brought it, no one ate my Mom's bread. LOL. One day, if you behave and/or send me a case of Spaten, I'll give you the few tricks to making it.
    Lol, I make a focaccia with roasted diced potatoes, pancetta and rosemary--but I don't make the focaccia!!

    I just buy a big old plain one from the Rockland Bakery and only do the toppings myself

    Never could bake. I can't be that exacting with ingredients.

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    Hamburgers!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JStokes View Post
    Lol, I make a focaccia with roasted diced potatoes, pancetta and rosemary--but I don't make the focaccia!!

    I just buy a big old plain one from the Rockland Bakery and only do the toppings myself

    Never could bake. I can't be that exacting with ingredients.
    I show you one time, and you'll probably make it better than me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JStokes View Post
    Lol, I make a focaccia with roasted diced potatoes, pancetta and rosemary--but I don't make the focaccia!!

    I just buy a big old plain one from the Rockland Bakery and only do the toppings myself

    Never could bake. I can't be that exacting with ingredients.


    I'm 10 minutes from there. You can smell that place from a mile away.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JStokes View Post
    Going to my sister-in-law's, I'm bringing:

    Lasagna--make it early Sunday am--traditional red meat "sugo" (not going gravy/sauce here ), not a bechamel--which I've never made.

    Grilled Baby Loin Lamb Chops--brushed liberally with olive oil, salt, pepper and fresh ground rosemary. This will be an appetizer.

    Probably bring a white and a red wine.

    Anyone?
    Lamb chops for an appetizer?

    See you at 3:00

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crease29 View Post


    I'm 10 minutes from there. You can smell that place from a mile away.
    Love that place.

    Quote Originally Posted by BURGERMIKE View Post
    Lamb chops for an appetizer?

    See you at 3:00
    One minute late and you're out of luck.

    Oh, they'll be gone by 3:00.

    So freaking good, but gotta be nice thick loin chops, not the lamb rib chops.

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    No frickin' clue. I'll be on Hilton Head Island. Whateva' the wife cooks I guess. I know the beer will be cold!

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    Quote Originally Posted by chesapeakejet View Post
    No frickin' clue. I'll be on Hilton Head Island. Whateva' the wife cooks I guess. I know the beer will be cold!
    Oh crap, you still here?

    I just posted something mean about you in another thread.












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    Quote Originally Posted by JStokes View Post
    Love that place.



    One minute late and you're out of luck.

    Oh, they'll be gone by 3:00.


    So freaking good, but gotta be nice thick loin chops, not the lamb rib chops.
    Crap, I gotta work till 2:30

    Wont save me any?

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