Easter is a major religious holiday in our families. But we are not really traditional about what is served for dinner. I don't remember growing up that we always had ham. Maybe we did, but I don't remember it. Country Ham was an important ingredient in special meals. But just to have it for Easter, I don't remember. Marty's family didn't have ham just because it was Easter either.
This Easter Marty did 90% of the cooking/preparation for our dinner. We had tossed salad, creamed peas, roasted prime rib, and popovers. Below are pictures of part of the prep and the finished product.
The rest of the dinner was outstanding. We have some of the almost raw centers of the beef left over. Marty plans to grind them with butter or bacon grease and make some fancy ass hamburgers.