Easter dinner this year was pretty slapped-together. By that I mean that we were (luckily) hanging out near the Grand Army Plaza greenmarket on Saturday, and it occurred to me, as we were about to leave, that perhaps I should get something to cook. And then, as I was wandering around, looking at all of the booths, it occurred to me that the next day was Easter Sunday. It was a great excuse to buy that smoked ham from Bradley Farm. I also picked up some fresh eggs, while I was at it, and the guy who sold them to me extracted a promise that I would bring back the egg carton the next week. The next stop was another farmstand where I picked up Yukon Gold potatoes and a bag of carrots. With that, and the contents of our pantry and refrigerator, Easter dinner was made.
Besides the above, we had glazed carrots and, for dessert, a vanilla custard (made with the eggs) topped with bananas.