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    Quote Originally Posted by chalkpie View Post
    Homemade meatballs, Hot Italian sausage, beef, cooked all day in homemade sauce and wine....with this curly spaghetti type pasta....a nice Tuscan red wine.
    Wow.

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    Incredible dinner last night at my wife's Italian family restaurant.

    Foccacia
    Goronzola salad
    fried oysters
    homemade gnocchi with mushrooms & truffle sauce
    Creme Brulee

    At home today at 4:00

    Seafood salad with octopus, calamari, scingilli & shrimp
    Roasted rack of lamb
    garlic mashed potatoes
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    Quote Originally Posted by nosebone View Post
    Goronzola salad
    fried oysters
    homemade gnocchi with mushrooms & truffle sauce
    That all sounds amazing.

    Christmas dinner is over now, and we are very full. To be honest, the salad was the best part, it was absolutely amazing! Which is a huge rarity for me, as salad tends to be a quaint little appetizer to get out of the way before the main course.
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    Too much food to mention and too much food left over.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shadow View Post
    Too much food to mention and too much food left over.
    yup
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    Quote Originally Posted by chalkpie View Post
    You guys ever had traditional Dresden Stollen? Incredible
    Yes! First time ever. My brother-in-law, former Army colonel works for a defense contractor in Germany, sent us one. Wow, is it good. She-who-must-be-obeyed doesn't like it, so I'm having it for breakfast, desert, you name it.

    Our Christmas eve consisted of the usual Italian fish dinner. This year little neck clams with bacon, cold cooked king crab legs, sauteed scallops, octopus in tomato sauce, baked stuffed squid, smoked salmon, pepper seared ahi tuna, and snail salad along with mushroom ravioli in mushroom sauce and a green salad with pomegranate and persimmon.

    Christmas day was antipasto, ham, Chinese ginger string beans, mashed potatoes, glazed carrots, and salad. All good stuff.

    Both meals were washed down with wassel. We make it every year from a traditional English recipe.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott Bails View Post
    I have a turkey breast brining, waiting to be smoked tomorrow. I'll also be making moinks (meatballs wrapped in bacon, smoked, and then tossed with BBQ sauce - courtesy of Steve (Pindral Progger) - remember him?). We'll also be having ham, kielbasa and pierogies. Yes, we're Polish.
    Sounds great! I'll take some dupa!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lopez View Post
    Yes! First time ever. My brother-in-law, former Army colonel works for a defense contractor in Germany, sent us one. Wow, is it good. She-who-must-be-obeyed doesn't like it, so I'm having it for breakfast, desert, you name it.

    Our Christmas eve consisted of the usual Italian fish dinner. This year little neck clams with bacon, cold cooked king crab legs, sauteed scallops, octopus in tomato sauce, baked stuffed squid, smoked salmon, pepper seared ahi tuna, and snail salad along with mushroom ravioli in mushroom sauce and a green salad with pomegranate and persimmon.

    Christmas day was antipasto, ham, Chinese ginger string beans, mashed potatoes, glazed carrots, and salad. All good stuff.

    Both meals were washed down with wassel. We make it every year from a traditional English recipe.
    Most of that sounds great - not sure about snail salad (though I love escargots). I'd give it a try though!

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    Sauerbraten with Knödeln and Rotkohl.

    A glas of fine Red Wine to go with it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheH View Post
    Sauerbraten with Knödeln and Rotkohl.

    A glas of fine Red Wine to go with it.
    God I love Sauerbraten!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JKL2000 View Post
    God I love Sauerbraten!
    Haha, me too. Had way to much of it and the dumplings drowned in sauce..


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    Quote Originally Posted by Lopez View Post
    Yes! First time ever. My brother-in-law, former Army colonel works for a defense contractor in Germany, sent us one. Wow, is it good. She-who-must-be-obeyed doesn't like it, so I'm having it for breakfast, desert, you name it.
    Ha....yep! Its impossible not to eat continuously.

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