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Well Spotted Mayre.Originally posted by Marye:
I see your Americanisation is incomplete or you would have spelled that AmericaniZation .
Good Lord Piq, I wouldn't be able to move for a week if I tucked into that lotOriginally posted by piqaboo:
Think the Mexican kind of tortilla, not the Spanish one, which is also yummy, but not with butter and sugar!
Traditional feast in my family of origin (new traditions forming so fast i cant keep up....)
Turkey (occasionally goose, duck, ham, pork or beef roast replaces the bird)
steamed cabbage wtih butter adn black pepper
assorted root vegetables
assorted other vegies: usually peas
cranberry sauce AND cranberry/walnut/banana jello mold
bread or rolls
yams or sweet potatoes
asst bev including wine, soda, juice, water, coffee, tea, etc....
sometimes also other pie (pumpkin or apple)
persimmon pudding (steamed pudding from Mrs Reagan's recipe)
plum pudding (well flamed)
Trivial Pursuit. Pouting when the same three cards wtih incorrect answers float to the top (owner of game will not permit correct answers to be written in)
One funny video for snoring to
All of this is preceded by assorted munchies:
About 5 hours after the main meal, out comes a ham, sliced breads, condiments, tomato, lettuce. We usually raid the fridge and add a few left overs to the mix.
Sure! C'mon over! You can babysit Altoid while we fix dinner. I'll even show you how to use the diaper pail....Originally posted by deathstalker82:
how about you piq, would you like to put up with a broke college student for christmas dinner. you cook about as much as my grandma does.
Do it! Do it! They're both very competent cooks and I want somebody to guineapig that pavlova thing and report back before I give it a try - is it really worth it?Originally posted by OperaTenor:
Sure! C'mon over! You can babysit Altoid while we fix dinner. I'll even show you how to use the diaper pail... [/b]Originally posted by deathstalker82:
[b] how about you piq, would you like to put up with a broke college student for christmas dinner. you cook about as much as my grandma does.
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