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March 28, 2005

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The roast of pork photos as well as other pictures of the Easter feast are fabulous, but the proof was in the eating. Never any better.

You're so right, Goomp!

Wow - that looks yummy! Unfortunately, something so lovely... needs people to eat it - since it was just me yesterday, I did a regular dinner. Then again, I never got into the Easter holiday celebrations too much (never did figure out why... hmmm). Luckily, Starbucks was open and I got my lovely mocha which made my day.

Wish you could have been with us, little gal. :)

It's late at night, but I decided to pop in here for a quick read before I went to bed. And what do I find? These wonderful photos of delicious looking food. Now I have to log off and eat that piece of chocolate turtle pie, I'd refused at dinner. See, it's all your fault if I gain five pounds. It has nothing to do with my weak will power. Nothing at all.
Happy

Would you like some ice cream with that? :)

Looks delicious! What time is dinner?

Any time, Susan. Come on down!

Looks delicious. I am going to try this for Thanksgiving. Any suggestions for sides?

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