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Old 12-25-2010, 11:39 PM   #51
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Oh, my. I'm drooling on the key board again. With cheesecake on top.
Thank you Z!! I am about to have dessert now.
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Thank you Z!! I am about to have dessert now.
Savor it for me. Mmmmmmmmmmmmmm.
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Old 12-25-2010, 11:42 PM   #53
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Savor it for me. Mmmmmmmmmmmmmm.
nummy nummy
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Oh, my. I'm drooling on the key board again. With cheesecake on top.
What Zhirara said wrote.
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Old 12-25-2010, 11:48 PM   #55
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ZZZZZZZZZZZZZzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz. Smacking chops, ZZZZZZZZZZZZzzzzzzzzzzzzz. Full belly snore ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZzzzzzzzzzzzzzz.
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What Zhirara said wrote.
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And I don't have any room for any food.
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I had dinner at my son's house. He soloed Christmas dinner(well most of it). He did a great job!!!! Turkey, Stuffing, Mashed Potatoes, Corn, Gravy, Yeast Rolls and MY Sweet Potato Casserole. Dessert was Mint Brownies and Chocolate Peanut Butter Cake contributed by his ex-wife.
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Yesterday's Christmas lunch was ham, broccoli casserole (the old-fashioned calorie-laden, mushroom soup, mayo, grated cheese with crushed cheese crackers on top of broccoli recipe), oven-roasted white & sweet potato wedges, spinach sauteed in a teeny bit of bacon grease, sweet & dill pickles, warm rolls. For dessert, Alix's lemon cake, with little melon-baller scoops of lemon curd (from a jar - have copied PF's recipe to use next time) on top, with a sprig of mint. An ice-water toast to friends and family, both scattered across the USA and those no longer with us. Son and DIL won't even look at alcohol if they'll be driving. After they waved good-bye I had a nice glass of reisling, and I'm sure they relaxed with a glass in hand once they got back home.

I'm already looking forward to New Year's, to try that pork roast covered in latticed bacon - hope to achieve something approaching the photos on DC a few weeks back. Sorry, I don't remember whose little beauty that was.
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Yesterday's Christmas lunch was ham, broccoli casserole (the old-fashioned calorie-laden, mushroom soup, mayo, grated cheese with crushed cheese crackers on top of broccoli recipe), oven-roasted white & sweet potato wedges, spinach sauteed in a teeny bit of bacon grease, sweet & dill pickles, warm rolls. For dessert, Alix's lemon cake, with little melon-baller scoops of lemon curd (from a jar - have copied PF's recipe to use next time) on top, with a sprig of mint. An ice-water toast to friends and family, both scattered across the USA and those no longer with us. Son and DIL won't even look at alcohol if they'll be driving. After they waved good-bye I had a nice glass of reisling, and I'm sure they relaxed with a glass in hand once they got back home.

I'm already looking forward to New Year's, to try that pork roast covered in latticed bacon - hope to achieve something approaching the photos on DC a few weeks back. Sorry, I don't remember whose little beauty that was.
I love that broccoli casserole recipe. My aunt makes it every year. I can indulge around the holidays.
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