Your Christmas Menu

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  1. Ritsuki
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    Ritsuki ORAORAORAORA

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    Since it's now Christmas' Eve (at least here), what are you going to eat tonight ? I'm doing the menu this year since most of my family is abroad. So there's what we're going to eat :

    Appetizer :
    Foie gras, smoked salmon, oysters, mix of sea fruits

    Starters :
    -A pumpkin/carrot soup with bits of grilled duck and parmesan cheese,
    -Fried foie gras on toasted fig bread with apple chutney,
    -Some revisited sushi made with roasted duck with a sweet sauce (honey, sweet saké, normal saké, soy sauce)

    Main dishes :
    -Grilled entrecote with a morel sauce and a gratin
    - Veal chop with garlic and herbs butter and pasta, and some sauted vegetables

    Dessert :
    Traditional 'buche de Noel'
     
  2. Joe88

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    Appetizers:
    cheese (jarlsberg, garlic herb cheddar, fontina, fresh mozzarella, munster)
    dried meats (peperoni, salami, sausage, sopressata)
    crackers (rits garlic butter, town house toppers)
    shrimp cocktail
    clams on the half shell
    roasted bell peppers
    vegetable platter

    1st course:
    Linguini in crab sauce
    seafood medley tomato sauce
    bread (semolina)

    2nd course:
    fried fish (tilapia, shrimp, flounder, scallops)
    seafood salad

    dessert:
    cookies
    pistachio cake
    lemon cake
    roasted nuts
    espresso
     
  3. Ritsuki
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    Ritsuki ORAORAORAORA

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    Italian theme ?
     
  4. SignZ

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    Today we have a simple one: Toast with smoked salmon, trout (both cold cuts), ham and other stuff. 25th and 26th however, it's gonna be a fine duck. 25th with potatoes and 26th with dumplings. Both days also with red cabbage and sauce of course.
    Not that 1st course, 2nd course shit but a simple and nice family dinner.
     
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  5. Flame

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    subway. :|
     
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  6. Rizsparky

    Rizsparky Saiyan Prince

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    Cheese on toast.
     
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  8. Forstride

    Forstride The rudder moves when I turn the wheel

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    Pizza.

    this is not a one word post
     
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  9. no_chocobo

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    cookies?
     
  10. astrangeone

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    Mmmmmmmm...well...for X'mas dinner, we had...

    Appetizer:
    toast with garlic butter

    Main Course:
    salmon fish head and tofu

    Dessert:
    fresh fruit (mango/whatever)
     
  11. nukeboy95

    nukeboy95 Leave luck to heaven.

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    bacon.
     
  12. pwsincd

    pwsincd Garage Flower

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    Something fishy about this!!!
     
  13. Arras

    Arras GBAtemp Guru

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    I'm kinda too late, but whatever. I had carrots, chicken nuggets and fried potato thingies.
     
  14. J-Machine

    J-Machine Self proclaimed Pog champion

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    Am I the only one who had turkey?

    I guess you could say I had the traditional meal of turkey, mashed potatoes (turkey gravy), stuffing, turnips, and ham with cheese and crackers as an appetizer followed by ice cream for desert.

    back in the day though my grandfather would let us in on a bottle of his home made wine which was always nice to have.