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Old 12-24-2008, 09:30 AM   #1
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Christmas Eve 2008 - What's everyone having for dinner?

Didn't see a thread for today's meal. What's going to be on your table tonight?

I decided I'd treat myself to a steak on the grill. Have a baked potato and some sauteed onions with it. Might even have a glass of red wine, too.

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You go Katie! Sounds good, especially the wine. Our Christmas Eve tradition is to go to church and then to the mexican food restaurant for swirls and chips and good food! We come home for hot chocolate and cookies and grandma reads to us.
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Old 12-24-2008, 09:59 AM   #3
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Our church service is at 5:00 and then we are going to my son's restaurant for dinner with my dad and some friends from church. A nice Japanese hibachi meal for us tonight!
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We are going out to dinner to one of the top restaurants in our area....and one of the only ones we actually want to return to.

https://www.restaurantnicholas.com/day1.html
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Old 12-24-2008, 10:04 AM   #5
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merry christmas katie.

i have to go food shopping on my way home tonight, and dw asked that i bring home fish.

so, we'll have shrimp cocktail, salad, flounder meuniere, mashed spuds, haricot verts, and fresh polish rye bread.

jeeks, make sure you bring cash to that place. $$$

you may have to stop at the red bank branch of the long branch bank. or is it the long branch branch of the red bank bank... (a joisey joke)
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nothing special, just leftovers.
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Old 12-24-2008, 10:16 AM   #7
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jeeks, make sure you bring cash to that place. $$$
I'll bring a Little Silver, would that be enough.

(someone stop us...pleeze)
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Traditions change. Oyster stew was the old tradition. We eat tamales now.
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Ham & I'm also smoking a turkey breast. We do our xmas meal on xmas eve so we can enjoy xmas day with family, instead of cooking.
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I'll bring a Little Silver, would that be enough.

(someone stop us...pleeze)
heheheheh

seriously, they really have their wines marked up HIGH!
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