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Good morning and merry Christmas my fellow panther fans! While we're all taking in the afternoon enjoying our extended family's company, we might as well share some of our holiday eats! So buckle up we're going for a ride to deliciousville.

No breakfast in our family, we start with the appetizers around 2-3 pm.

Antipasto -(Soppressata, ham, proscuitto, muenster, mortadella, artichoke hearts, eggplant and assorted olives.)

Shrimp Cocktail

Arugula salad with blue cheese crumbles.

Then we get onto the main feast.

15 lb Standing Prime Rib Roast with horseradish crust and ajus.

Baked potatoes.

Fresh sautéed mushrooms.

Pillsbury's crescent rolls.

Run of the mill corn.

I'm not a big desert guy but for the sultan's of the sweets....

Pumpkin mousse and pastry shells topped with fresh whipped cream and home made Christmas cookies with fresh fruit.

Also my cousin's fiancee's family own Rich's Farms in Connecticut which was rated the best ice cream in the country. So that will be there as well.

Then later on the woman and I will be going over my friends house to meet up with everyone for a night of hard liquor, beer and good conversation. Thanks for listening, now have a merry Christmas and share with the rest of the class!
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just me and my sister.  chicken gravy biscuits for breakfast, double smoked ham, green beans with bacon, mac and cheese,

collards, and ribs leftover from last night.  beer.  I asked my sister for a good bottle of scotch, and there's a bottle wrapped up.

Hope she chose wisely.

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just me and my sister. chicken gravy biscuits for breakfast, double smoked ham, green beans with bacon, mac and cheese,
collards, and ribs leftover from last night. beer. I asked my sister for a good bottle of scotch, and there's a bottle wrapped up.
Hope she chose wisely.


Green beans with bacon is GOOD!!!
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Green beans with bacon is GOOD!!!

share your menu good sir!

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We are doing something different this year.  Kids are grown and they are shuffeling families so we decided on a Christmas brunch.  Kids drop in around 10AM.  We have the traditional ham, yams, rolls and veggies but I'll have the griddle set up for eggs, bacon, sausage, biscuits and gravy.  This is going to be good.  Have a great day everyone.

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just me and my sister.  chicken gravy biscuits for breakfast, double smoked ham, green beans with bacon, mac and cheese,

collards, and ribs leftover from last night.  beer.  I asked my sister for a good bottle of scotch, and there's a bottle wrapped up.

Hope she chose wisely.

 

Single malt?
 

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I don't know yet. I'm not fixing anything. I'll have a normal breakfast, eggs, bacon, I think french toast too. This afternoon I'll be going to my dad's and I'm pretty shure he'll have a boston butt with everybody else bringing whatever they bring.
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Christmas in Korea leaves me without that sweet honey baked ham and affordable turkey.

 

Which leaves me with beef/Italian sausage lasagna!

 

Washed down with some STRONG ass eggnog made when I was already half drunk and being very liberal with the rum.

 

Merry Merry day ahead~

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Christmas in Korea leaves me without that sweet honey baked ham and affordable turkey.

 

Which leaves me with beef/Italian sausage lasagna!

 

Washed down with some STRONG ass eggnog made when I was already half drunk and being very liberal with the rum.

 

Merry Merry day ahead~

How ironic is this , I live 35 miles north of the stadium and my family and I are having Korean bbq.

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Simple dinner- baked ham, Mac & cheese, green bean casserole and dinner rolls.

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Mini ham biscuits for breakfast

Spiral ham, hash brown casserole, corn for lunch
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Is McDonalds open today? If not, I'm headed to double dragon.
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