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We are doing a prime rib roast and I also ordered a bushel and a half of blue crabs.
Side dishes may not be needed.
Oh, and thank you Lord for creating these delicious animals for me to consume and for not placing me in a poor family.
This post was edited by ComeDependState 19 months ago
Prime Rib Roast
Green Been Casserole
I have a friend whose family typically orders a couple of bushels of blue crab and does a 'crab fest'. I've never been to it but two bushels is a lot of crab, and it sounds like they do it right.
We do crab legs at new years and pork tenderloin on Christmas. yum.
3-bone standing prime rib roast crusted in sea salt, black pepper, garlic, rosemary & horseradish
red wine and thyme au jus with golden sauteed mushrooms
roasted garlic mashed potatoes
garlic green beans
spinach salad with bacon
Achatz double crust cherry pie with Guernsey vanilla ice cream
Standing rib roast
Cheesy potatoes with maple sausage (sounds weird but it's the bomb)
Green bean casserole
Eggs Benedict in the morning, prime rib, baked potatoes, asparagus and wine for dinner.
Coffee and liqueur throughout the day.
I think just turkey this year, though we've done turducken in the past.
tRCMB - Visit at your own risk of being disgusted.
Rib Roast with au jus and freshly grated horseradish
Mashed potatoes with Manchego cheese
Brussel Sprouts - haven't decided if I will make a cheese sauce for them or do bacon & balsamic
Coffee or Mint Chocolate Ice Cream Pie
Sushi and KFC, and that's not a joke.
My wife is part polish so tonight we're going with Kielbasa and fresh horseradish from Franks Market on the west side of Grand rapids (orgasmically good), Pierogi's, Sauerkraut, Rye Bread and a nice Porter beer to wash it down. Cherry Pie for dessert
Tomorrow: Ham, baked potatoes, cranberry salad, home made rolls and various libations.
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by SPARTICUSS 19 months ago
Blue crabs with Old Bay and beer are one of life's greatest meals.
I thank God for putting my parents in the United States and allowing them to use their hard work to climb out of the lower middle class to upper middle class and then I thank God again for allowing me to be born to them.
Lasagna tonight. Typical regular breakfast in the morning. My family is pretty vanilla about food. And I'm fine with that.
There's a toilet in the kitchen!
Probably ham. It's always ham.
Ham I am...love it for xmas and easter: it's tradition. (although the various beef dishes listed above arent' too shabby either....we usually have NY Strips for New Years Eve)
This post was edited by SPARTICUSS 19 months ago
Standing Rib Roast
Twice Baked Potatoes
That had been the case for me too. They said it was a nice break from turkey. I don't really like either. They're OK, but I'd never order either at a restaurant, which made me think "Why the hell make it at home them?"
So, tomorrow, it's steak. My idea. I don't even know what kind, but I'll take any cut of red meat over ham or turkey and call it good.
Rib eyes and salmon on the grill
Christmas Eve was surf and turf with myself an the gfs parents.
Tomorrow is a smorgasbord of Filipino food
For the love of Trevor...™
Eggs Benedict for the wife and I
Egg McMuffins for the kids with buttermilk pancakes.
Dinner is Crown Pork Roast with Apple/onion stuffing and Pan sauce. Pan seared green beans and whipped sweet potatoes.
I had sushi tonight. It's tradition for us to go out to a Asian restaurant on Christmas Eve with the 'rents, grandma, my aunt and her kids.
Chef's choice sushi and a bowl of Pho washed down with Sam Adam's Winter.
My mouth was watering reading this post. It's been too long since I've had good Polish food (grandma doesn't cook much anymore). I could demolish a plate of her cheddar pierogi right now, or anytime really.
Lamb biryani. Ground beef puff pastries. Naan and tandoori chicken. Bacon wrapped dates. Fresh baked cookies. Johnny walker black.
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