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Wyatt W
penguin point, drift ice, Antarctica   ata

...a big day or just another Sunday for ya???...we are having family over....we still think of Easter as a special day altho we won't be going to church...they won't let me in...I sing off key....
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John D Gonzales-Lusk
Los Lunas, NM, USA   usa

Corned beef and cabbage. Oh, wait, that was last month. Tomorrow I'm having fried rabbit and deviled eggs.
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bobby galvez
Round Rock, Texas, USA   usa
1952 MG TD ""Duckie Tee""
1979 MG MGB "Duckie Too"

Turkey breast and mashed taters and I don't know what else and some pie. And wine.

I go to church and sing off key. If they're singing as loud as they're supposed to be they won't hear me.

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Mike Butts
DeWitt, Michigan, USA   usa
1980 MG MGB "Baby"

Just took an 8 pound ham off the smoker (Mesquite wood), also smoked a half-dozen green chili's, three different quiche and a great grits/cheese/egg and chili casserole, with bread, fruit, etc.

Mike Butts

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Jazz and Blues, Aged Scotch, Good Cigars, LBC's - Ain't life grand..
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LaVerne Downey
Fruita, Colorado, USA   usa
1952 MG TD ~ For Sale ! ~
1954 MG TF "Green Hornet"
1969 MG MGB

Out door BBQ. I get to smell what everybody else is having. I don't need ta go ta church...I went once last year and I'm not due again till October.
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George Herschell Avatar
Webster, NY, USA   usa
1966 MG MGB

Whatever my daughter in law is cookinig. It will be brunch
(between breakfast and lunch) at my oldest sons house with his family.
Then later in the day I will be at my younger sons for Supper,
and also to celebrate my grandaughters birthday.(She's the one getring married in July)
Where did all those years go . . . . . . and so fast?

George Herschell
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Phil Robinson
Bury st Edmunds, Suffolk, United Kingdom   gbr

Roast Chicken, sage & onion stuffing, bread sauce, Potatoes roasted in olive oil & fresh thyme,
leeks, roasted parsnips & carrotts(again in olive oil), fresh sliced green beans.
Bottle of Chardonnay.
(maybe a cheesecake yoghurt afterwards if any room).
Later........break into a chocolate Easter egg!

The next month will be spent in Purgatory to gain back the weight loss this little lot will no doubt put back on me.
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Owen Frankland
Stockton on Tees, Cleveland, United Kingdom   gbr
1937 MG TA "Numbum"
1971 MG MGB GT "The Bruise"

Same as any other Sunday

Roast, mashed & roast potatos, roast parsnips, 2 or 3 veg, Yorkshire puddings, gravy.

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James A. Krasnansky
Liberty, KY, USA   usa
1970 MG MGB GT "Chloe"
1971 MG MGB GT "Roscoe"
1972 MG MGB "Camilla"

I think I'll celebrate with some of that Jollypeeno dip you rave about, and Tomollies.

Last time I went to church the priest told us the next sunday was a "day of obligation" and a mortal sin to skip. I haven't been back since. That was about 35 years ago.

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1961 MG Midget Conversion "MIDGET Aka Woodie"

Ham, twice baked potato, asparagus, and cheese cake. Alcahol will be involved.
Happy Easter to all.


Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 04/08/2012 07:50AM by dte948.
Dan burnett
puyallup, USA   usa

4 pcs of fried halibut fillets,califlower with melted cheese,fresh cut tomatoes in vinger marinade, cost all of $2.50 to make at home, resturant price over $10 !!!! thats why I eat at home anymore
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Jack Lindler
Greenville,SC, USA   usa

Broiled lobster, oysters Rockefeller, Frogmore stew, shrimp & crawdad etouffe over dirty rice... (I WISH!)
Wife is having implants installed in her lower jaw this afternoon. I don't know what, if anything, she'll feel like eating by then, but you can bet your bippie that it will be something soft - very soft.
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