The Easter ham.
It’s not a given, you know. Just because everyone else serves ham (or, for real traditionalists, lamb) on Easter, the Food Police won’t come knocking at your door if you dare to defy tradition and serve something else as the main dish.
Like lasagna, as my Italian in-laws often do.
Or roast turkey. After all, where is it writ that turkey can ONLY be served at Thanksgiving?