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    Holiday Menu -- Easter Dinner

    Spiral Ham, Steamed Asparagus, Fruit Salad, Dinner Rolls, and these recipes made up our meal.

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    Classic mashed potatoes has some competition here--a great combo of white and sweet potatoes.

    Recipe #45901

    4 Reviews |  By ms_bold

    This is an incredibly easy and very wonderful way to prepare leeks. It is a perfect accompaniment for grilled fish or chicken served with buttered noodles. From the Perfect Vegetables Cookbook by Cook's Illustrated.

    Recipe #113408

    I adopted this recipe from the Recipezaar account. The original poster noted that it is really sweet and good on baked ham. I prepared it for my Easter ham and found it to be sweet with a slight tang from the mustard. I used a powerful, dry, ground mustard and liked the contrast of the bite with the sweetness of the other ingredients.

    Recipe #16759

    2 Reviews |  By ms_bold

    This is a delicious spring or summertime dessert. You can also prepare in a trifle bowl with multiple layers. I have found that I must double the amount of cream layer and strawberries for a trifle.

    Recipe #75277


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