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Old 12-05-2012, 05:38 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Xmas food

Well, I'll have to admit it. I actually eat fruitcake as opposed to using it as a door stop.

My Aunt (rest her soul) made these great cheese candies out of cream cheese. I had to help and it was a bitch mixing the stuff together and rolling em by hand in coconut, nuts, sprinkles or sticking a maricino cherry in the middle, but man they were good.. as good as the snikerdoodle cookies she made.

And my Mom's (Rest her soul) peanut butter fudge and regular fudge were great! Dad's Tom & Jerry mix was superior to egg nog which prevails this time of year.

I never ask for gifts from my Sis-in-law, but some of her Gran Marnier (sp) brownies make up for it for sure.

No wonder I got fat.

Any of you guys pig out on seasonal food this time of year??
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When I lived in Italy my mother sent me a fruit cake for Christmas by slow boat. It arrived mid-April. I could smell the alcohol before I opened the package.

Best fruit cake I've ever had to drink.
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Past- Posole, red and green tamales, bizcochitos

Present- Dungeness Crab Cioppino, Pickled Crudites, Whiskey bread pudding

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Hey Folks , where did 2013 go !? holy Cow ......Just worked out Food and Drinks for Xmas , cant wait ha ha

Red Rooster BBQ Chicken , Leg of Ham local Butcher, Party Pies and Sausage rolls , Selection of Cheeses , Sesame Wheat Crackers ,

Corn Chips and Guacomole , Cashews , Macadamia nuts , Smoked Almonds , Grapes , Cherries , Figs , Cadburys Favourite Chocolates

Greek Salad , Potato Salad , Corn on the cob , Sundried Tomato , Stuffed Olives , Prawns , Oysters , Whole Schnapper ( In Weber )

Apricot Pie , Vanilla Icecream Champagne , Fosters Lager , Port.

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Well, I'll have to admit it. I actually eat fruitcake as opposed to using it as a door stop.
Me too. We are a rare breed. In fact, Christmas cake and Christmas pud are the only seasonal food I actually like. Christmas pud with brandy butter - Cardiac Arrest City, but worth it.

Where I come from, a lot of people eat fruitcake with cheese. My grandmother could not eat any fruitcake without 'a little bit o' cheese' on the side. A light cheese like Wensleydale is ideal, but any normal cheese will do. If you haven't tried it, give it a go - you won't regret it.
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Hey Folks , where did 2013 go !? holy Cow ......Just worked out Food and Drinks for Xmas , cant wait ha ha

Red Rooster BBQ Chicken , Leg of Ham local Butcher, Party Pies and Sausage rolls , Selection of Cheeses , Sesame Wheat Crackers ,

Corn Chips and Guacomole , Cashews , Macadamia nuts , Smoked Almonds , Grapes , Cherries , Figs , Cadburys Favourite Chocolates

Greek Salad , Potato Salad , Corn on the cob , Sundried Tomato , Stuffed Olives , Prawns , Oysters , Whole Schnapper ( In Weber )

Apricot Pie , Vanilla Icecream Champagne , Fosters Lager , Port.

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