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    Charmie777
    Fri Dec 21, 2012 12:58 pm
    Forum Host
    Wow! Just typing the subject line is blowing my mind!!! It's the last menu for a full week in 2012! The year has flown by!!!
    Well, Christmas is just a couple of days away. I'm not fully ready, but not stressed. It'll happen.
    What is everyone making for Christmas? I'm still kinda up in the air, but it's pretty low key this year.

    Here's my menu, share yours!!

    Saturday - last minute preps and cooking for the week ahead. Probably just paninis for dinner.

    Sunday - Christmas with my side of the family. I'm bringing Caramelized Butternut Squash and maybe will try some bacon jam.

    Monday - CHRISTMAS EVE!!! I have to work 1/2 day, but then my step daughter and my grandkids are coming for dinner. Making meatball subs in the crock pot using Easy Spaghetti and Meatballs, with some coleslaw. Probably pumpkin pies for dessert.

    Tuesday - CHRISTMAS!!!! My DH always makes Eggnog French Toast with some maple sausage.
    For dinner - we're smoking a Rib Eye Roast, and making Asiago, Potato, and Bacon Gratin, and the rest is up in the air.

    Wednesday - Leftovers!!

    Thursday - Cheeseburger Quiche and salad

    Friday - Simple Crock Pot Chicken over mashed potatoes, vegies and rolls.
    Charmie777
    Fri Dec 21, 2012 12:59 pm
    Forum Host
    Oh, and have a BLESSED CHRISTMAS everyone!!!
    ellie_
    Fri Dec 21, 2012 4:02 pm
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    Charmie777 wrote:
    Wow! Just typing the subject line is blowing my mind!!! It's the last menu for a full week in 2012! The year has flown by!!!
    Well, Christmas is just a couple of days away. I'm not fully ready, but not stressed. It'll happen.
    What is everyone making for Christmas? I'm still kinda up in the air, but it's pretty low key this year.

    Here's my menu, share yours!!

    Saturday - last minute preps and cooking for the week ahead. Probably just paninis for dinner.

    Sunday - Christmas with my side of the family. I'm bringing Caramelized Butternut Squash and maybe will try some bacon jam.

    Monday - CHRISTMAS EVE!!! I have to work 1/2 day, but then my step daughter and my grandkids are coming for dinner. Making meatball subs in the crock pot using Easy Spaghetti and Meatballs, with some coleslaw. Probably pumpkin pies for dessert.

    Tuesday - CHRISTMAS!!!! My DH always makes Eggnog French Toast with some maple sausage.
    For dinner - we're smoking a Rib Eye Roast, and making Asiago, Potato, and Bacon Gratin, and the rest is up in the air.

    Wednesday - Leftovers!!

    Thursday - Cheeseburger Quiche and salad

    Friday - Simple Crock Pot Chicken over mashed potatoes, vegies and rolls.


    What is bacon jam? Sounds interesting to say the least!
    ellie_
    Fri Dec 21, 2012 4:12 pm
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    Friday: out to eat
    Saturday: everyone is coming home at all different times so Crock Pot Beans 'n Wieners w/ Boston Brown Bread and maybe Pear and Ginger Cake With a Maple Glaze from New Zealand or apple cake from the freezer
    Sunday: Dawn's Chicken Wings and Cumin-Marinated Cauliflower and Carrot Salad and maybe Kheer - Indian Rice Pudding (Slow Cooker)
    Monday: Posole (Crockpot) and maybe tamales and cornbread (from the freezer)
    Tuesday -- Christmas: breakfast coffee bread (from freezer) and Very Basic Fruit Salad.
    Dinner: Linda's Standing Rib Roastm Ruth's Chrs Brussels Sprouts (someone posted today), potatoes (from WW site), Baby Carrots With Lemon & Walnuts, and rolls (from freezer) and Christmas Dried Fruitcake and ice cream and maybe something else
    Wednesday: hopefully leftovers
    Thursday: ?
    Friday: fish/salad
    Charmie777
    Fri Dec 21, 2012 4:41 pm
    Forum Host
    ellie_ wrote:
    Friday: out to eat
    Saturday: everyone is coming home at all different times so Crock Pot Beans 'n Wieners w/ Boston Brown Bread and maybe Pear and Ginger Cake With a Maple Glaze from New Zealand or apple cake from the freezer
    Sunday: Dawn's Chicken Wings and Cumin-Marinated Cauliflower and Carrot Salad and maybe Kheer - Indian Rice Pudding (Slow Cooker)
    Monday: Posole (Crockpot) and maybe tamales and cornbread (from the freezer)
    Tuesday -- Christmas: breakfast coffee bread (from freezer) and Very Basic Fruit Salad.
    Dinner: Linda's Standing Rib Roastm Ruth's Chrs Brussels Sprouts (someone posted today), potatoes (from WW site), Baby Carrots With Lemon & Walnuts, and rolls (from freezer) and Christmas Dried Fruitcake and ice cream and maybe something else
    Wednesday: hopefully leftovers
    Thursday: ?
    Friday: fish/salad
    Bacon jam is cooked bacon and onions and other stuff, cooked down in a slow cooker. It's a Martha Stewart recipe. I've never had it. But sounds fun!

    Baby Carrots With Lemon & Walnuts looks great!
    mickeydownunder
    Sat Dec 22, 2012 1:01 am
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    mickeydownunder
    Sat Dec 22, 2012 1:02 am
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    CLAY POT SESAME CHICKEN

    http://www.food.com/recipe/clay-pot-sesame-chicken-489753


    First time EVER ---Clay Pot Cooking



    WHOO HOO!
    mickeydownunder
    Sat Dec 22, 2012 1:11 am
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    Charmie777 wrote:
    Wow! Just typing the subject line is blowing my mind!!! It's the last menu for a full week in 2012! The year has flown by!!!
    Well, Christmas is just a couple of days away. I'm not fully ready, but not stressed. It'll happen.
    What is everyone making for Christmas? I'm still kinda up in the air, but it's pretty low key this year.

    Here's my menu, share yours!!

    Saturday - last minute preps and cooking for the week ahead. Probably just paninis for dinner.

    Sunday - Christmas with my side of the family. I'm bringing Caramelized Butternut Squash and maybe will try some bacon jam.

    Monday - CHRISTMAS EVE!!! I have to work 1/2 day, but then my step daughter and my grandkids are coming for dinner. Making meatball subs in the crock pot using Easy Spaghetti and Meatballs, with some coleslaw. Probably pumpkin pies for dessert.

    Tuesday - CHRISTMAS!!!! My DH always makes Eggnog French Toast with some maple sausage.
    For dinner - we're smoking a Rib Eye Roast, and making Asiago, Potato, and Bacon Gratin, and the rest is up in the air.

    Wednesday - Leftovers!!

    Thursday - Cheeseburger Quiche and salad

    Friday - Simple Crock Pot Chicken over mashed potatoes, vegies and rolls.


    Never used apple in a Potato bake Thank you Charmie and thank you for you did and do! WHOO HOO! Hope you and your family have a healthy happy safe Holiday Season too!
    mickeydownunder
    Sat Dec 22, 2012 1:12 am
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    ellie_ wrote:
    Friday: out to eat
    Saturday: everyone is coming home at all different times so Crock Pot Beans 'n Wieners w/ Boston Brown Bread and maybe Pear and Ginger Cake With a Maple Glaze from New Zealand or apple cake from the freezer
    Sunday: Dawn's Chicken Wings and Cumin-Marinated Cauliflower and Carrot Salad and maybe Kheer - Indian Rice Pudding (Slow Cooker)
    Monday: Posole (Crockpot) and maybe tamales and cornbread (from the freezer)
    Tuesday -- Christmas: breakfast coffee bread (from freezer) and Very Basic Fruit Salad.
    Dinner: Linda's Standing Rib Roastm Ruth's Chrs Brussels Sprouts (someone posted today), potatoes (from WW site), Baby Carrots With Lemon & Walnuts, and rolls (from freezer) and Christmas Dried Fruitcake and ice cream and maybe something else
    Wednesday: hopefully leftovers
    Thursday: ?
    Friday: fish/salad


    Thanks for sharing as always LOVE to see what people eat too the PEar and Ginger cake sound YUM too!

    WHOO HOO!
    ratherbeswimmin'
    Sat Dec 22, 2012 8:09 am
    Food.com Groupie
    Merry Christmas. Our college two are flying in this morning. Can't wait to have them with us for about a month. Other out-of-town family will be arriving over the weekend. I'm as ready as I can be.

    The Plan-Mon-Fri:

    Monday- Christmas Eve: Seafood Manicotti, Roasted Asparagus, Herb Roasted Sweet Potatoes, salad, Eggnog Cheesecake and Poinsettia

    Tuesday-Christmas Day: dinner at my parents' house. Prime rib, homemade rolls, tons of sides and desserts. I am bringing Italian Cream Cake

    Wednesday: Leftovers; The Peabody Peppermint Patti, roast marshmallows over the fire

    Thursday: Sister, Step-daughter and I will be going to son's out-of-town basketball tourny. Husband and step-son will stay in-town for daughter's basketball tourny. They'll have No Peek Chicken (daughter's favorite)

    Friday:Still out of town for basketball tourny; husband will make Peppered Rib Eye Steaks, for family at home.

    Lunches: Baked Potato Soup and Shrimp Bruschetta

    Breakfast: Christmas morning--Eggnog French Toast

    Snacks: Mincemeat Muffins, Great Balls of Fire, Texas Trash
    Charmie777
    Sat Dec 22, 2012 9:42 am
    Forum Host
    ratherbeswimmin' wrote:
    Merry Christmas. Our college two are flying in this morning. Can't wait to have them with us for about a month. Other out-of-town family will be arriving over the weekend. I'm as ready as I can be.

    The Plan-Mon-Fri:

    Monday- Christmas Eve: Seafood Manicotti, Roasted Asparagus, Herb Roasted Sweet Potatoes, salad, Eggnog Cheesecake and Poinsettia

    Tuesday-Christmas Day: dinner at my parents' house. Prime rib, homemade rolls, tons of sides and desserts. I am bringing Italian Cream Cake

    Wednesday: Leftovers; The Peabody Peppermint Patti, roast marshmallows over the fire

    Thursday: Sister, Step-daughter and I will be going to son's out-of-town basketball tourny. Husband and step-son will stay in-town for daughter's basketball tourny. They'll have No Peek Chicken (daughter's favorite)

    Friday:Still out of town for basketball tourny; husband will make Peppered Rib Eye Steaks, for family at home.

    Lunches: Baked Potato Soup and Shrimp Bruschetta

    Breakfast: Christmas morning--Eggnog French Toast

    Snacks: Mincemeat Muffins, Great Balls of Fire, Texas Trash
    Great menus!!!! I haven't had No Peek Chicken in years. I might just have to have it!
    mickeydownunder
    Sat Dec 22, 2012 7:51 pm
    Food.com Groupie
    ratherbeswimmin' wrote:
    Merry Christmas. Our college two are flying in this morning. Can't wait to have them with us for about a month. Other out-of-town family will be arriving over the weekend. I'm as ready as I can be.

    The Plan-Mon-Fri:

    Monday- Christmas Eve: Seafood Manicotti, Roasted Asparagus, Herb Roasted Sweet Potatoes, salad, Eggnog Cheesecake and Poinsettia

    Tuesday-Christmas Day: dinner at my parents' house. Prime rib, homemade rolls, tons of sides and desserts. I am bringing Italian Cream Cake

    Wednesday: Leftovers; The Peabody Peppermint Patti, roast marshmallows over the fire

    Thursday: Sister, Step-daughter and I will be going to son's out-of-town basketball tourny. Husband and step-son will stay in-town for daughter's basketball tourny. They'll have No Peek Chicken (daughter's favorite)

    Friday:Still out of town for basketball tourny; husband will make Peppered Rib Eye Steaks, for family at home.

    Lunches: Baked Potato Soup and Shrimp Bruschetta

    Breakfast: Christmas morning--Eggnog French Toast

    Snacks: Mincemeat Muffins, Great Balls of Fire, Texas Trash


    WOW what an interesting menu

    the seafood manicotti looks yum...eggnog cheese cake and didn't know poinsettia was a cocktail lol

    WHOO HOO!
    SarasotaCook
    Sun Dec 23, 2012 2:38 am
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    Yes, I second the seafood manicotti!
    SarasotaCook
    Sun Dec 23, 2012 2:40 am
    Food.com Groupie
    Charmie777 wrote:
    Caramelized Butternut Squash and maybe will try some bacon jam.

    Eggnog French Toast with some maple sausage.
    For dinner - we're smoking a Rib Eye Roast, and making Asiago, Potato, and Bacon Gratin, and the rest is up in the air.


    Love the squash, bacon ??? for me

    But love eggnog french toast and dinner, yummy!!
    SarasotaCook
    Sun Dec 23, 2012 2:41 am
    Food.com Groupie
    ellie_ wrote:
    Friday: out to eat
    Saturday: everyone is coming home at all different times so Crock Pot Beans 'n Wieners w/ Boston Brown Bread and maybe Pear and Ginger Cake With a Maple Glaze from New Zealand or apple cake from the freezer
    Sunday: Dawn's Chicken Wings and Cumin-Marinated Cauliflower and Carrot Salad and maybe Kheer - Indian Rice Pudding (Slow Cooker)
    Monday: Posole (Crockpot) and maybe tamales and cornbread (from the freezer)
    Tuesday -- Christmas: breakfast coffee bread (from freezer) and Very Basic Fruit Salad.
    Dinner: Linda's Standing Rib Roastm Ruth's Chrs Brussels Sprouts (someone posted today), potatoes (from WW site), Baby Carrots With Lemon & Walnuts, and rolls (from freezer) and Christmas Dried Fruitcake and ice cream and maybe something else
    Wednesday: hopefully leftovers
    Thursday: ?
    Friday: fish/salad


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