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Old 12-31-2008, 10:09 AM   #11
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Salmon, salad and something.
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Old 12-31-2008, 10:21 AM   #12
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Lobster bisque and butternut squash chowder

Mixed greens with petite shrimp & crabmeat dressed in a champagne vinaigrette

Filet Mignon wrapped in bacon and served with a Bearnaise sauce, and Char-grilled Chilean Sea Bass with a sundried tomato beurre blanc sauce

New York style cheesecake and Chocolate Lava Cake.

Should be satisfying.
I think we'll stop over your house tonight!!

We're grilling rib eye steaks with an onion and mushroom sauce. (I hope the snow stops soon.) Also baked potatoes w/sour cream, bacon and cheese. Broccoli and grilled asparagus. I think my friend is bringing french onion soup. My friend doesn't like seafood or I would make a crab topping for the steaks.

We'll have chili/cheese dip, shrimp cocktail, stuffed mushrooms and spinach artichoke dip for nibbles before dinner and later in the evening. I've got Christmas cookies left for dessert....we're not dessert eaters.

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Old 12-31-2008, 10:24 AM   #13
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Christmas company just left yesterday - I'm pooped! I usually like to make something good like alot of you are doing, just don't have the brain power or energy right now. Might do some appys and order pizza.
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Old 12-31-2008, 10:27 AM   #14
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He has to work tonight, so it may be leftover pasta for me. Surf and Turf sure sounds good though!
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Was supposed to have spent it with a friend but she called last night and said we couldn't get together because had to be with a family member who had to have surgery yesterday afternoon.

Buck and I always celebrated with a meal of fondue from his Swiss grandfather's recipe. Funny, I picked up the ingredients yesterday because I thought I'd be sharing it with my friend, so guess I'll have fondue with my kitties.
I spent many New Years Eves with Julia Child Kitty. We'll be toasting her tonight. The holidays just haven't seemed right without her sticking her cute little nose into everything.

We'll be toasting you, too, Katie.

at dinner time, just some chicken sandwiches because later there will be hors d'oeuvres (I'm making French Kisses!) and around midnight, our traditional meal of Hoppin' John and Collards. I'm making biscuits to have with truffle honey.... and Port Poached Pears.
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He has to work tonight, so it may be leftover pasta for me. Surf and Turf sure sounds good though!
You could always go along as dish dog...
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Old 12-31-2008, 10:49 AM   #17
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fondue... Fondue bourguignonne... Fondue chinoise... chocolate Fondue
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I'll have a couple of teens here, plus 2 toddlers. We are doing finger foods and movies. Crock pot Taco dip, Bacon wrapped water chestnuts and pickles wrapped in cream cheese and dried beef. We currently have a bet on what that last thing is actually called. I always thought it was "Pigs eyes"...my niece says its "pickles wrapped in beef". haha

Happy New Years everyone
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Christmas creme brulee (eggnog and peppermint)
Can I haz that recipe?
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Old 12-31-2008, 11:32 AM   #20
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Homecook, Luvs2, and JoeV... holy crap that all sounds so good...

I think my boyfriend and his brother were planning for us to go over to the brother's place tonight for a get together but its snowing at a pretty good clip here. I wouldn't mind going out anyways, but we live behind an industrial park that for some reason gets ignored by the plows when it snows. So tonight it will probably be leftover chicken sandwhiches from last night (not complaining at all!!... I think I am going to post the recipe here in a min) and I did pick up a few things yesterday to make jalapeno poppers.
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