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Easter dinner


Post by arizonacamper »

So what did everybody have for Easter dinner tonight?
We had grilled chicken-grilled corn on the cob with garlic butter and grilled mixed veggies- and grilled asparagus for my wife.
And of course had to cook by Lantern light so I broke out my 3 of 28 L220 slant. Had the light dim down on the lantern to take the picture that's why it looks dim.
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Post by kellyblues »

Oh man that looks good! Looks like y'all had a great time! We went to Texas road house lol
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Post by florida_grown »

Made stuffed manicotti and Texas toast garlic bread.
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Post by KCSA75 »

With kids, grandkids and a couple significant others with had 19 ranging in age from almost 2 to wife's 77-year-old mother. Wife made enough food for twice that many with ham, scalloped potatoes, fruit tray, vegetable tray, three cakes and lots of beer. ;)
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Post by 1hpycmpr »

Baked chicken thighs with roasted potatoes. Made a paste of diced shallots, honey, honey Dijon mustard, thyme and drizzled that over the chicken thighs before baking.
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Post by 74HARLEY »

We did a take out special from Black bear diner. Ham, mashed potatoes and gravy, nice vegetables, and cornbread.
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Post by Majicwrench »

The food looks great, and personally I like lantern on "dim".
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Post by curtludwig »

We had roasted pheasant. I shot the pheasant last fall with an 1890s vintage muzzle loading 11 gauge shotgun. An article about that hunt has been accepted for publication in Muzzle Blasts magazine...

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>>An article about that hunt has been accepted for publication in Muzzle Blasts magazine...


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Post by Paddywonka »

Shawn, you are a great cook!
Your photos make me hungry every time!
Thanks for sharing.
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