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    Menu for Week of December 17 thru December 23, 2011

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    Charmie777
    Sat Dec 17, 2011 5:46 pm
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    Meredith C-ville wrote:
    I thought I was at the Grand Canyon this morning but the echo was coming from the fridge! --M


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    CheapThrills
    Sat Dec 17, 2011 7:15 pm
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    Charmie777 wrote:
    I'm entertaining 3 days in a row come Christmas. Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, and the day after!!


    Oh, you overachiever! wave.gif

    Merry Christmas!
    ellie_
    Sat Dec 17, 2011 8:12 pm
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    SarasotaCook wrote:
    Another recipe is easy.

    The same 7-9 lb ham
    Rinse, dry, score the ham and season well with salt, pepper and an all purpose seasoning. Same as the other recipe.

    Scoring is optional, but really does help the fat glaze and cook the ham, and gets lots of flavor down in the ham. But you can skip it if you want.

    NO cloves in this one.

    Bake in the oven same way as the other one for 1 hour, then begin to glaze.

    This is a different glaze. But it probably my favorite.

    1/2 cup honey
    3/4 cup currant jelly (found right by the other jellies)
    4 tablespoons Dijon mustard
    1/2 teaspoon ground ginger
    1/4 teaspoon red pepper flakes
    1 teaspoon dried thyme

    Just add everything to a small measuring cup and microwave just 30 seconds to make everything easier to brush on the ham.

    After 1 hour, start glazing the ham every 20-30 minutes until tender and crisp. 165 temperature.


    This sounds good! I can' t use any liquor so this may be a better option.
    SarasotaCook
    Sun Dec 18, 2011 8:51 am
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    It is a good ham and easy to prepare. As I said, the scoring is pretty, but not necessary.
    Charmie777
    Sun Dec 18, 2011 5:25 pm
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    CheapThrills wrote:
    Charmie777 wrote:
    I'm entertaining 3 days in a row come Christmas. Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, and the day after!!


    Oh, you overachiever! wave.gif

    Merry Christmas!


    Ha! If you only knew. I think I'm insane!!!! But I'm trying to plan kinda low key and low maintainence dishes. icon_rolleyes.gif
    Shari2
    Mon Dec 19, 2011 6:00 am
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    Ok, this is a little late but I'm trying to get into the swing of making my menus again.

    Sunday was food at bowling

    Monday: kielbasa and potatoes cooked together with a veggie

    Tuesday:Pasta night

    Wednesday: pork chops in the crockpot

    Thursday: bbq chicken with potatoes and veggie

    Friay: pizza maybe

    Saturday: Chinese take out
    2ChinaGirls
    Mon Dec 19, 2011 4:07 pm
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    Haven't posted in a while, but reading all your menus!!!

    Last night was grilled chicken salads with choice of dressing.

    Monday (today): BLT's with an artisan bacon bought and cured locally...giving it a try, with freezer fries and a green salad.

    Tuesday: Chicken pot pie with left over grilled chicken (just make a quick gravy, add chopped chicken and frozen peas and carrots and sauteed onions and dumped into premade pie crusts!

    Wednesday: simple ground turkey enchiladas with Mexican Rice (in the freezer), refried beans and fruit.

    Thursday: left overs

    Friday: take 'n' bake

    Saturday: At in-laws...we start with cocktails (probably Lime Drops) and an artisan cheese platter. Dinner is roasted dungeness crab (live on the West coast so fresh caught) and a big ceasar salad and fresh crusty bread. Buying dessert this year; probably something with chocolate.

    Sunday: Xmas here since I'm the only child on my side with kids (now 9 and 11). Bfast will be Quiche in a Bag (Oamc-Freezer Cooking)..one spinach and feta, one bacon and cheddar, fruit and sweetrolls. Lunch a simple meat and cheese platter. Dinner is Kittencal's Perfect Prime Rib Roast Beef , Yorkshire Pudding, roasted aspargus with parm/reggiano and a green salad. Looking for a good horseradish sauce to serve with the beef...any ideas? My sister is doing the appies and my Mom is bringing the dessert. Of course lots of good microbrews and wine!
    Charmie777
    Mon Dec 19, 2011 6:05 pm
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    2ChinaGirls wrote:
    Haven't posted in a while, but reading all your menus!!!

    Last night was grilled chicken salads with choice of dressing.

    Monday (today): BLT's with an artisan bacon bought and cured locally...giving it a try, with freezer fries and a green salad.

    Tuesday: Chicken pot pie with left over grilled chicken (just make a quick gravy, add chopped chicken and frozen peas and carrots and sauteed onions and dumped into premade pie crusts!

    Wednesday: simple ground turkey enchiladas with Mexican Rice (in the freezer), refried beans and fruit.

    Thursday: left overs

    Friday: take 'n' bake

    Saturday: At in-laws...we start with cocktails (probably Lime Drops) and an artisan cheese platter. Dinner is roasted dungeness crab (live on the West coast so fresh caught) and a big ceasar salad and fresh crusty bread. Buying dessert this year; probably something with chocolate.

    Sunday: Xmas here since I'm the only child on my side with kids (now 9 and 11). Bfast will be Quiche in a Bag (Oamc-Freezer Cooking)..one spinach and feta, one bacon and cheddar, fruit and sweetrolls. Lunch a simple meat and cheese platter. Dinner is Kittencal's Perfect Prime Rib Roast Beef , Yorkshire Pudding, roasted aspargus with parm/reggiano and a green salad. Looking for a good horseradish sauce to serve with the beef...any ideas? My sister is doing the appies and my Mom is bringing the dessert. Of course lots of good microbrews and wine!


    Hey! wave.gif We've missed you!!!!
    Christmas dinner looks yummy.gif
    SarasotaCook
    Mon Dec 19, 2011 6:08 pm
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    2China, the entire week looks good. Great to see you again! And hope you have a very merry Christmas and holiday season
    Charmie777
    Fri Dec 23, 2011 1:03 pm
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