"When not too many people can see we're all the same
And because of all their tears,
Their eyes can't hope to see
The beauty that surrounds them
Isn't it a pity".
- "Isn't It A Pity"
By George Harrison
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Puerto Rican ham...Pernil...lol. My wife is of Puerto Rican descent.
I really love my mother-in-law's cooking, however. Her Pernil is great.
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I can't handle the salt any more, so probably no ham for us. Maybe lamb chops or shanks; maybe a buffet...dunno.
My mother makes this every year even though I'm not a huge ham guy. CUmberland Gap smoked ham with homemade mac n cheese( my first pasta of 2012), yeast rolls and whatever my wife wants, probably yams.
I prefer my ham on a sandwich.
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Dearborn Honey Glazed spiral cut Ham. I like ham better than turkey.
Ham for Easter?!? Meh.
It used to be leg of lamb at my house with spaghetti, (or some pasta), appetizer. My mom knew how to cook it. It tasted good but it it sought a quick exit from our digestive systems by the end of the day. Don't understand why. We loved it but it was just too exotic a meal for us I guess. After a few short years it became turkey-just like on X-Mas day. Tho on some alternate years Mom may have made pork chops or pork roast.
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Ham . . . burgers! having the whole family over and it's gonna be burgers and brats on the grill.
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I'm having whatever kind of ham fits in my belly. Most likely spiral-cut. My wife and daughter don't like ham, so I only have it on holidays or at other people's homes. Thankfully, my parents are hosting, so it's gonna be a ham good time on Easter Sunday.
I also prefer Turkey, but it has always been traditional in both my wife and my family to have Turkey on Thanksgiving and Ham on Easter. We normally spend Easter with relatives but with the kids getting older; we are just going to stay home. My wife asked if I wanted Lamb....not a huge Lamb fan so told her she really doesn't need to go out her way. We'll probably just go with a basic ham (nothing fancy) along with some traditional sides.
"The farther we go, the more the ultimate explanation recedes from us, and all we have left is faith."