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    Holiday Sharing - What's on Your Menu??

    Mommy Diva
    Thu Oct 14, 2010 12:00 pm
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    As the holidays approach for you and your family and friends, what are the tried and true recipes that you are consistently reaching for?

    Which recipes are folks asking for a copy of?

    What are the new recipes that you plan to add to the mix this season?

    XXXXXXXXXXXX

    Please share what you like for each holiday you are in the mood to chat about. icon_smile.gif
    It's time to get "in the spirit" of the holidays..... icon_smile.gif
    John DOH
    Tue Dec 07, 2010 11:07 pm
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    Hi Mommy!

    The DOH family started a little "family tradition" several years ago...that on Christmas Eve, we have a "meatless" dinner (read seafood) that is sort of "smorg" in design...



    Some plated things, but lots of "fingery" stuff, that whatever doesn't get eaten up can be on offer for visiting neighbours (we live on a courtyard, and most of the neighbours have been here with us for 20 years or better...

    Since we do a "brunch on Christmas Day, and the big meal is at 1800 hrs, "finger foods get finished off during the day...

    Okay, so what menu?

    So far, I've been buying supplies each weekend, that the impact will be lessened...

    But I have a couple bags of 16-20 shrimp, with the thought of doing some "steamed" and maybe a pasta (linguini comes to mind)

    Some crab cakes, some plain old "Captain Hindgrinder" fish fillets, as well as some sockeye salmon steaks; am looking at fresh oysters to be battered and fried (and really spicey!)

    Fresh veggies and dip come along with this...

    Fresh veggies don't require a lot of comment, but the dip is equal parts of mayo and sour cream, with herbs such as dill, terragon, rosemary and garlic...

    John
    Mommy Diva
    Fri Dec 24, 2010 1:27 pm
    Forum Host
    Hello John!

    Sorry to take so long in posting. I've just finished my first module in school (finals were yesterday) so I haven't been on my computer much with my heavy homework load and learning again how to balance that with family and friends. :0)

    As to your tradition and menu... WOW! I wish I lived near you....I'd love to participate. icon_smile.gif

    What a delicious variety of seafood and preparations to celebrate with friends and family.
    street jobs13
    Mon May 27, 2013 11:22 pm
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    second one should be fish recipe.

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    Mommy Diva
    Wed Jul 10, 2013 2:33 pm
    Forum Host
    Hi!

    I missed what you were talking about. Which second should be fish? icon_smile.gif
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