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Would You Rather Eat Ham or Lamb for Easter Dinner?
Mar 23 2008 • By
Chicken for me! The only meat I eat is poultry.
Neither. I have never and will never eat lamb and ham (the one time I had it) was gross.
Definitely Ham! I'm from Virginia and ham reigns supreme there. :-)
Neither! I don't eat lamb and hate cooked ham...gimmie pernil :drool:
Most definitely Ham.
i like them both but I prefer lamb
We have always gone on a picnic for Easter...therefore, it's cold fried chicken, macaroni salad, deviled eggs, fruit salad and fritos! I'm eating the leftovers right now.
I don't celebrate Easter. I don't eat swine. But the preferred meats in my house are chicken, beef and lamb.
definitely lamb, I don't eat pork at all
we had lamb and it was so good.
I luuuvvv ham
I don't really like ham, but I made it anyway for Easter this year with a brown sugar, butter, and coke glaze. (Sounds odd, but amazing) I rather have lamb. Even my cat Neko prefers it :3
crawfish in nola WAS fabulous! :dance:
syako is a woman after my own heart!!! We usually do boiled crawfish for Easter, but I didn't go to Louisiana this year. Now I'm going to crave crawfish all day...
What a delicacy lamb can be!
we always have ham and lamb, but crawfish in NOLA sounds FABULICIOUS :JUMPIN:
I love ham! I have never tried lamb, i just can't bring myself to eat it for some reason.
I made Easter brunch, rather than dinner -- eggs, bread, smoked salmon, veggies, fruit -- delicious@!
I dined on saline all Easter long. (I was in hospital with a very nasty gastro virus and blood infection.) Mmmm, saline. As soon as I can stomach it, forget savories, I'm going to eat a truckload of heavily discounted Easter choccies!
iM a veg head and we had veg pasta and lots of side dish including mac and cheese.
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