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Solved So What are you having for the Holidays

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  1. hamster

    hamster Guest Thread Starter

    humm.... I always got to have Big U-5 Cocktail Shrimp and bacon wrapped shrimp for apps.!! Then Primerib and Rack of Lamb.. man!!!

    Then coconut cream pie and also Walnut Pecan Pie with Creamy Ice Cream...

    So what are you guys having??
     
  2. Dark Star

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    PM your address to me because I think I'd like to sample your menu. :D

    I'll bring the egg nog. ;)

    DS
     
  3. hamster

    hamster Guest Thread Starter

    oh another one for dinner?? Then I have to add to the menu..

    Sushi with fresh crabmeat/raw clams wrapped in dry seaweed,

    Roast Duck with crispy skin, Lobster filled Ravoli sautted in Fresh

    Newburg sauce, with nice side dishes of Spinach splashed with

    Bacon Dressing and Deep Fried Breaded Crispy Eggplant. man...
     
  4. Dark Star

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    "Roast Duck with crispy skin......."

    Well I was just thinking we have "prior comitments" I'd forgotten about.........I gotta fly now!!!!!!!!
     
  5. puter hater

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    Im cheating this year. No major cooking here. The kids are stuck with lasagna( with killer home made sauce),garlic bread and salad.
    At least the salad is different it has kalamata olives and polenta. This year I don't have to drive the messed up freeways because they are all coming here. I figure way spend the day cooking when I could enjoy the fact Im home and not fighting the traffic .HoHoHo

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  6. LadyLisa

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    "Roast Duck with crispy skin......." Mmmm, count me in.
    And if your friend can't make use of that DVD player then I know someone who can.......... ;) :D
     
  7. hamster

    hamster Guest Thread Starter

    Darkstar?? You don't like Juicy Roast Duck with Crispy skin?? Oh well, me and lisa will eat it up!!! humm... I love the leg part.. all dripping with the duck love sauce, yummm... all dark meat and soo tender!!

    Lasagne for Christmas!!!!!!!!! NOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!! :-O say it an't so!!! yikes!!!
     
  8. LadyLisa

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    I'm there but I'm not sure about this 'dripping with duck love sauce' thingy........ LOL ;)
    Those dark and tender legs are my favorite though :D Yummy.
     
  9. hamster

    hamster Guest Thread Starter

    i give the *** part to my cats they love it!!!

    My "Duck Love Sauce" is great!! I put carrots, onions and other veggies with the duck and the fat and grease blends in and then I take out the Duck Juice and strain it and saute it with a blend of chicken stock , splash of soy and touch of red wine...............

    BANG!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! YUMMY!!!!!!!! delicious... man.. best "Duck Love Sauce" you're ever taste... forget about the orange sauce, it's junk compare to mine!!
     
  10. LadyLisa

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    that really does sound delicious...... no more orange sauce for me, it's Duck Love Sauce all the way.

    :)
     
  11. eggplant43

    eggplant43 A True Heart and Soul - Gone But Never Forgotten

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    I'm preparing an early Christmas dinner for some friends today, as they will be gone for Christmas. I'm preparing what I call Christmas Stew. I call it that because the first time I made it was at Christmas time, and everyone loved it so much, that we have it every year.

    It is composed of floured, sauteed beef, fresh mushrooms, onions, beef stock, artichoke hearts, burgundy, and the secret ingredient, a pinch of dill weed. What a little dill does to beef is unbelievably good. Just before you serve this dish you cover it with refrigerator biscuits of choice, butter the tops, and cover with parmesan cheese, then bake in a 350 degree oven until done, about 15 minutes.

    The biscuits turn a kind of bright orange, are crisp on the top, and soggy on the bottom (poor man's dumplings), and there are never leftovers.
     
  12. anglin_fool

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    Ain't it great how a lot of people eat <B>DUCK</B> for christmas, but nobody eats fish? <FONT SIZE="1" COLOR="black"> he he </FONT>

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  13. littlemar

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    Everything here sounds great. Now what am I having? I'm not cooking but my mom comes from Italy and my grandma owned a bar/resturant and as a result my mom cooks enough food for everyone on this site. :D

    She usually makes a roast w/gravey; ham; mashed potatoes, sweet potatoes, three types of vegetables cooked and raw, at least two jello dishes, rolls and lemon merange pie, pumpkin pie plus a cake. All this is for my mom and dad, husband, older daughter (but eats like a bird), younger daughter, and myself. I then get the "eat, eat, don't you like my food?" "I worked all week for this meal"

    After this we then go to my husband's family party. There everyone brings something so who knows.

    Merry Christmas to everyone!
     
  14. Dark Star

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    "I then get the "eat, eat, don't you like my food?" "I worked all week for this meal"

    Where in the heck do they learn this?...........word for word, I've heard this before.
     
  15. littlemar

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    Do you think they learned this in school? Wow, even in Italy they taught the guilt trip thing.:D
     
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