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Old 12-25-2010, 06:47 PM   #41
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I love Hoyt Axton. Hey wrote (I don't think he sings it. my 45 has been buried for years) a cb song called white knight about a cop that tricks a guy into speeding. I love that song and have it on 45 vinyl but I can't find the lyrics anywhere online.
Shrek and I searched, the closest we came was "Speed Trap," but I don't think it's the song you are looking for. Couldn't find "White Knight" anywhere, not even on our albums.

We had lunch with Hoyt, a few times, he was a most generous man. My Mom was mad I didn't keep the check he wrote...I told her I don't do "fan" very well. He liked us because we treated him like a friend and not a star.
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Old 12-25-2010, 07:17 PM   #42
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We had planned to do a ham as usual but events conspired. So we had a five legged roast chicken with mashed and gravy, stuffing and cranberries, steamed cruciferous veggies and corn fritters(for my brother). We had shrimp cocktail for starters and apple pie for dessert. Not to mention the egg nog. All in all it should have been a totally satisfying feast but by the time I sat down to eat I had had eggnog and a fritter and a full glass of water and all I could eat was a couple of bites of chicken and some cranberry sauce. Oh well, there are tons of leftovers. Thank Heaven for cold weather. cause there is just no room in the fridge. It'll all have to be stored in the deck room.
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We had planned to do a ham as usual but events conspired. So we had a five legged roast chicken with mashed and gravy, stuffing and cranberries, steamed cruciferous veggies and corn fritters(for my brother). We had shrimp cocktail for starters and apple pie for dessert. Not to mention the egg nog. All in all it should have been a totally satisfying feast but by the time I sat down to eat I had had eggnog and a fritter and a full glass of water and all I could eat was a couple of bites of chicken and some cranberry sauce. Oh well, there are tons of leftovers. Thank Heaven for cold weather. cause there is just no room in the fridge. It'll all have to be stored in the deck room.
What is a five legged chicken roast?
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Old 12-25-2010, 07:24 PM   #44
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Shrek is now in a food coma and is napping.
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Old 12-25-2010, 07:52 PM   #45
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had a lovely brunch at my granddaughters with all the family. got to watch all my great grand babies open their gifts. we had sausage casserole that i made two of. sticky buns.assorted bread, cheese and she had a ham. beautiful fruit plate. i came home at noon, and brought a small plate with me. had a good nap. i think will wait til tomorrow for my own little christmas traditional type dinner. everyone got wonderful goodies and plenty of food.
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Old 12-25-2010, 10:36 PM   #46
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What is a five legged chicken roast?

I roasted a whole chicken with three extra chicken legs because in our home everyone fights over the dark meat. This way we all get what we want.
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Old 12-25-2010, 10:44 PM   #47
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Christmas Dinner





Eye round roast



Roast beef & burgundy gravy, mashed red & Yukon potatoes (butter, sour cream), steamed cauliflower and garlic bread.



Cheesecake with cherry topping (picture from last night)

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Old 12-25-2010, 11:02 PM   #48
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just a beautiful table . and the food looks very good.
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just a beautiful table . and the food looks very good.
Thank you so much Babe!
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Oh, my. I'm drooling on the key board again. With cheesecake on top.
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