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Old 12-28-2013, 06:17 PM   #21
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Breakfast, eggs, ham, rye toast and a smear of blackberry jelly.

Christmas 2013 and all of its leftovers are gone or frozen, new food tomorrow!
I love that...leftovers are great but only for so long! Yay for new food!
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Old 12-28-2013, 06:26 PM   #22
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Beautiful pork roast, Harry! That looks amazing - love your spuds and carrot mash as well.
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YUM!!!

Dinner just arrived and it is awesome.

TB gets a double cheese burger without the bun as we have gluten free ones. I get a chicken salad with a lot of veggies and for both (me just a few) oven wedges.

I can't wait till he comes home so wecan eat.. just a few minutes from now!
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Old 12-28-2013, 08:16 PM   #24
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Beautiful and sunny day today. Christmas leftovers are done, and I've been craving a grilled ribeye so that's what was for dinner this afternoon. Asparagus on the grill as well, and the sweet potatoes were roasted on high heat in the oven with some other veggies that I will put into an omelette tomorrow.

Ribeye was amazing...very pink/medium rare. Should have got a pic of the inside but I was too hungry.
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Old 12-28-2013, 08:24 PM   #25
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Looks good Cheryl!

I just kept it simple with a "cheesy bake" with smoked bacon, steamed potatoes, carrots and brussels; peas and shallots. The cheese sauce was made with cheddar and stilton.

I thought my steamer was on the fritz, (let's face it - a burning smell is not good from a steamer), but it turns out it simply didn't have enough water in it, so hopefully it is still working.
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Old 12-28-2013, 08:37 PM   #26
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Pot roast with lovely mashed potatoes. Veg from the roasting pot on the side, and a store bought tiramisu cake for dessert.
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Old 12-28-2013, 09:01 PM   #27
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Wow. Gorgeous ribeye, Cheryl. Beautiful color. Nice looking dinner

Here a couple pics along the way of Snip's curry mussel. I love the flavor of this. Can't get enough. I'll need to pick a fish for the leftover sauce
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Wow. Gorgeous ribeye, Cheryl. Beautiful color. Nice looking dinner

Here a couple pics along the way of Snip's curry mussel. I love the flavor of this. Can't get enough. I'll need to pick a fish for the leftover sauce
That looks great. This photo looks even better than the first one.
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Old 12-28-2013, 11:39 PM   #29
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Wow. Gorgeous ribeye, Cheryl. Beautiful color. Nice looking dinner

Here a couple pics along the way of Snip's curry mussel. I love the flavor of this. Can't get enough. I'll need to pick a fish for the leftover sauce
Thanks, pac.
Holy cow, does that ever look amazing.
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Looks good Cheryl!

I just kept it simple with a "cheesy bake" with smoked bacon, steamed potatoes, carrots and brussels; peas and shallots. The cheese sauce was made with cheddar and stilton.

I thought my steamer was on the fritz, (let's face it - a burning smell is not good from a steamer), but it turns out it simply didn't have enough water in it, so hopefully it is still working.
Thank you, Katy! Oh my, your cheesy bake sounds so good. Comfort food.
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