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Easter Egging
Date: 2012/04/09 14:48 By: Florida Grillin Girl Status: User  
 

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First things first, we had to crack the champagne, a Brut rose~



Onto the food. I bought a 6.5 lb. boneless leg of lamb - here it is just about to get rubbed up with EVOO, garlic, fresh rosemary, S&P:



Jeff is building the fire, he puts 2 large chunks towards the bottom and more charcoal on top of that:



Some cheese and smoked mullet spread:



Gotta have the hot sauce!



The lamb on the egg:



4 pork tenderloins that I marinated in a balsamic marinade. Thye recipe- http://www.williams-sonoma.com/recipe/marinated-pork-tenderloins.htm

Pulled them at 135 internal~





Time to eat!



A toast - Happy Easter!



The weather was perfect so we dined al fresco~





The pirate showed up and tried to steal some pork



You need sunglasses just to look at the next pic, it was so bright and sunny~ oh, and I made a cilantro mint sauce to serve over the lamb - http://leitesculinaria.com/47421/recipes-lamb-chops.html



Max was a good boy during dinner, asleep in the cool grass~



Aftr dinner, my SIL, Kim tried to beat my niece in arm wrestling, this time the teenager won!



And for our dessert, we had pie and a mint julep ice cream that I made. It was very refreshing~



We made more happy memories yesterday.
Thanks for lookin.
Faith
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Re:Easter Egging
Date: 2012/04/09 15:05 By: Ky Kernel EggHead Status: User  
 

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Great looking party Faith. Good food,Drink, family & Egging makes for great memories. Thanks for sharing.
Still Egg'n in Ky.

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Re:Easter Egging
Date: 2012/04/09 15:09 By: revolver Status: User  
 

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What a wonderful family event and cook.
dnelson
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Columbia, Mo.
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Re:Easter Egging
Date: 2012/04/09 15:13 By: Fluffyb Status: User  
 

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Beautiful as always Faith! Now that is an Easter feast!
Teresa - "Lady of Loney"
Palm Springs, CA
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Re:Easter Egging
Date: 2012/04/09 15:40 By: Clay Q Status: User  
 

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Wow, you're amazing. We love lamb and yours looks excellent. Everything looks great, you sure know how to feed your family what's BEST. Thanks for sharing.
Cheers!
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Re:Easter Egging
Date: 2012/04/09 16:44 By: Beli Status: User  
 

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Wowwwwww Faith, it all looks delicious!!!!!!!! Wowww Wowwwww Wowww
Beli
Monterrey, México.
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Re:Easter Egging
Date: 2012/04/09 17:10 By: Austin Egghead Status: User  
 

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What a beautiful feast you prepared for your family. Good food and family what a nice way to spend Easter.
Joan
Austin TX
The further a society drifts from the truth, the more it will hate those that speak it.-George Orwell
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Re:Easter Egging
Date: 2012/04/09 17:51 By: Mickey Status: User  
 

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You put the story to the outstanding meal. Thank you
Mickey
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Re:Easter Egging
Date: 2012/04/09 18:22 By: Florida Grillin Girl Status: User  
 

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Well, thank you, everyone! It was a really nice day - even the kids "get it" about the egg love.
Faith
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Re:Easter Egging
Date: 2012/04/09 19:19 By: Capt. Frank Status: User  
 

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Faith, thanks for sharing your holiday meal with us, lokks wonderful as always
Capt Frank
Homosassa, FL
[sometimes Cincinnati]

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I love cooking with wine, someday I\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'m going to put some in the food!
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Re:Easter Egging
Date: 2012/04/09 20:58 By: back2grillin Status: User  
 

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Love the look of that lamb!!
Great Easter meal!
back2grillin
Quad Cities, Iowa

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Re:Easter Egging
Date: 2012/04/10 13:56 By: Mr Holloway Status: User  
 

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Great feast Faith
You never let us down on the holidays

Shane
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Re:Easter Egging
Date: 2012/04/11 21:49 By: fasteddiem Status: User  
 

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Great work Faith!!!
FastEddieM
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Cincinnati, Ohio

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