Well, not really. Easter dinner is at my brother-in-law’s house this year, so I’m just bringing a dessert. But, maybe you’re looking for an Easter feast? Here are a few suggestions to get you going:
- Pressure Cooker 7 Hour Leg of Lamb (in 90 minutes)
- Rotisserie Fresh Ham with Injection Brine
- Grilled Ham with Honey Bourbon Glaze
- Rotisserie Whole Leg of Lamb with Orange and Fennel Dry Brine
Now, my real Easter Dinner tradition is a grilled steak after Saturday night’s Easter Vigil mass. This is what my family used to do, back when I was growing up; nowadays, I skip the vigil mass and go on Easter morning…but I still cook those steaks to break our lenten fast on Saturday night. And, for me, “steak” means a ribeye:
- Cedar Plank Grilled Ribeye with Peppers and Onions
- Grilled Ribeye Delmonico Steaks with Tex-Mex Rub
- Grilled Tomahawk Steak (Long Bone Ribeye, Reverse Seared)
What do you think?
What are you cooking for Easter dinner? Talk about it in the comments section below.
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