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Old 12-24-2010, 01:00 PM   #11
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Cleora Butler's crab cakes and cole slaw. Maybe some baked fudge.
Baked fudge? 'splain me?
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Cleora Butler's crab cakes and cole slaw. Maybe some baked fudge.

You've got me going. Who is Cleora Butler and how do I make her crab cakes? Of all the seafood in the world, I love crab and lobsters.

And Oysters and Squid and Clams and scallops.
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Google Cleora fudge
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Prime rib roast and lots of wine and cheese.
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Old 12-24-2010, 01:27 PM   #15
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Wow, Ill bet that's good. I'll have to try that next year. I still have ingredients for another two fudges, but I've just gotta taste that one.
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We have started the day with pastrami and swiss biscuits, with scrambled eggs, juice and coffee.

Then I am starting up a pot of Clam Chowder, something I can ignore for the most part while I finish up the Tamales for tomorrow. I've got my beans soaking for refries.
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We have started the day with pastrami and swiss biscuits, with scrambled eggs, juice and coffee.

Then I am starting up a pot of Clam Chowder, something I can ignore for the most part while I finish up the Tamales for tomorrow. I've got my beans soaking for refries.
Busy lady. Details later?
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I'll get pictures of our Christmas feast tomorrow!

I've also decided on shortbread cookies with lemon curd for dessert, tomorrow.
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I'll get pictures of our Christmas feast tomorrow!

I've also decided on shortbread cookies with lemon curd for dessert, tomorrow.
Where do you find the energy? Are shortbread cookies like Pecan Sandies?
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Where do you find the energy? Are shortbread cookies like Pecan Sandies?
I slept in until 10 this morning Also, I am used to getting 28 patients their meds and into bed each night! This is easy compared to that!

Of course, at home I have to worry about stepping on cats and keeping Shrek out of the kitchen

The base cookie in a Pecan Sandie IS shortbread, mine will be plain with the lemon curd on the side, simple and delicious. I have a mini-scone pan I'll bake the shortbread in.
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