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Old 12-22-2012, 02:32 AM   #1
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Dinner Saturday 22nd December

Tonight we are having beef schnitzel with baked potatoes
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Old 12-22-2012, 11:10 AM   #2
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Getting ready to make a batch of meatballs. Will have some tonight, along with sausage cooked in Sunday gravy and served with macaroni.
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Old 12-22-2012, 11:15 AM   #3
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Thank God the winds have subsided and we only have to deal with extremely cold weather. The pot of chili I made yesterday is not even half empty, so we'll reprise that for tonight's supper. It'll warm us up just fine.
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Today is the Beier Family Christmas. I am taking carrots, brussel sprouts and a home made shrimp ring as my contribution. I am also taking rice cakes, yogurt and green beans to round out my meal. There will be the traditional ham and turkey, and the rest will be sides provided by other members in the family. All in all it is always a wonderful feast...for 20!
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Today is the Beier Family Christmas. I am taking carrots, brussel sprouts and a home made shrimp ring as my contribution. I am also taking rice cakes, yogurt and green beans to round out my meal. There will be the traditional ham and turkey, and the rest will be sides provided by other members in the family. All in all it is always a wonderful feast...for 20!
You mean Christmas is different in Canada too, not just Thanksgiving?! (Just kidding!)

I'm going to fry some mushrooms and some Gorton's battered fish fillets, and will serve Normandy blend vegetables with them.
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Old 12-22-2012, 02:27 PM   #6
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You mean Christmas is different in Canada too, not just Thanksgiving?! (Just kidding!)

I'm going to fry some mushrooms and some Gorton's battered fish fillets, and will serve Normandy blend vegetables with them.
Since Santa is Canadian we can have it any day we please!
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I got some lamb racks cut into chops. I'll let that marinate in olive oil, garlic, rosemary and thyme and grill it. Some oven roasted potato's and a salad.
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I got some lamb racks cut into chops. I'll let that marinate in olive oil, garlic, rosemary and thyme and grill it. Some oven roasted potato's and a salad.
It will involve some fast running and swimming (neither of which I do), but I will be there for dinner! YUM!
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Old 12-22-2012, 04:06 PM   #10
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Today is the Beier Family Christmas. I am taking carrots, brussel sprouts and a home made shrimp ring as my contribution. I am also taking rice cakes, yogurt and green beans to round out my meal. There will be the traditional ham and turkey, and the rest will be sides provided by other members in the family. All in all it is always a wonderful feast...for 20!
That sounds wonderful, hope you had a wonderful time
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