Matilda L wrote:However, the Francophile is about to launch into making his now famous chocolate cream liqueur. He has three bottles of whisky lined up, and a large amount of both milk and dark chocolate.
Robert Reynolds wrote:I have Apple-pecan cinnamon rolls rising as I type this, destined to be breakfast on Christmas morning, but one or three may well be tasted after baking.
MikeH wrote:Following Cindy's Polish traditions, tonight was shrimp cocktail with an 05 Latour Chablis, crab cakes with an 08 Tahbilk Marsanne, then sauteed green beans, grilled Chilean Coho salmon, and an 02 Lange Three Hills Cuvee pinot noir. Living the dream!
Tomorrow morning we'll have Bellinis along with a Servatii's cheese pocket while opening gifts. Dinner will feature roast prime rib and 89 Lynch-Bages. Other wines and food items will be included, let you know then.
Jenise wrote:On Monday we smoked a ten pound prime rib, prime rib is something we love at Christmas but we won't be cooking at home on Christmas Eve, so we splurged early in the week. It was just for the two of us: we love leftovers!
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