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Easter Dinner

jenpartain

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Feb 6, 2005
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Hi, I'm hosting my first ever Easter dinner at my house! I'm excited but nervous too. It's for my husband's family. I have no clue what to cook. I would love to use mostly Pampered Chef recipes. Any ideas please???????

Thank you!
 

chef_leeanne

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Are you wanting to do the "traditional" Easter dinner or just some good ole, down home, good cooking, dinner?! :D

Lee Anne

p.s. I have a cousin that lives in Alcoa. :)
 

stephanieboyd

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Jan 26, 2006
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I made the scalloped corn recipe in the Celebrate cookbook for both Thanksgiving and Christmas last year!! It's awesome!!! My husband is from the south so he was all about the cornbread top of it!!!

I had 7 people for Thanksgiving dinner and 11 for Christmas dinner. Needless to say, my oval baker was clean at the end!!! And these were all military members that didn't have a place to spend the holiday, so you know those guys can eat!!!

After having it at Christmas, my mom even ordered the Oval Baker so she could make the scalloped corn at her house for different holiday meals!!!
 

jenpartain

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Feb 6, 2005
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Either traditional or some good ole, down home, good cooking, dinner. :)

Thanks!

A cousin in Alcoa, cool.

chef_leeanne said:
Are you wanting to do the "traditional" Easter dinner or just some good ole, down home, good cooking, dinner?! :D

Lee Anne

p.s. I have a cousin that lives in Alcoa. :)
 

jenpartain

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That definetely went on my menu. It sounds good! Thank you!!!!!

stephanieboyd said:
I made the scalloped corn recipe in the Celebrate cookbook for both Thanksgiving and Christmas last year!! It's awesome!!! My husband is from the south so he was all about the cornbread top of it!!!

I had 7 people for Thanksgiving dinner and 11 for Christmas dinner. Needless to say, my oval baker was clean at the end!!! And these were all military members that didn't have a place to spend the holiday, so you know those guys can eat!!!

After having it at Christmas, my mom even ordered the Oval Baker so she could make the scalloped corn at her house for different holiday meals!!!
 

stephanieboyd

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Jan 26, 2006
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If you have the Celebrate cookbook, you can pretty much just look through the recipe pictures for a menu!! There is a Glazed Ham in there that looks awesome!!! I haven't tried that one yet because we have cholesterol problems in our family so no one but me can eat ham.....:(

I do a turkey for pretty much every holiday!! If you have the roasting rack and a propane grill, pm me and I will give you the best recipe!!!!
 
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