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#7195324 - 12/17/12 01:05 PM Christmas food
hatari Offline
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Registered: 10/05/04
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Loc: Atlanta
Must move that post about Hillary down. Gets my blood pressure up. I want to see some good Euro food and drink for the season.

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#7199866 - 12/18/12 02:24 PM Re: Christmas food [Re: hatari]
eh76 Offline
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Registered: 12/17/06
Posts: 46240
Loc: North of Liberalism in Wyoming
Sharing? smile

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#7201429 - 12/18/12 07:49 PM Re: Christmas food [Re: eh76]
Deerwhacker444 Offline
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Registered: 10/05/09
Posts: 11602
Loc: OK
Maybe we could get someone to comment on Plum pudding..

What is that exactly, how do you cook it, and when do you eat it...

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#7202238 - 12/19/12 05:18 AM Re: Christmas food [Re: Deerwhacker444]
hatari Offline
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Registered: 10/05/04
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Loc: Atlanta
Swedish Peaches?

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#7213798 - 12/21/12 06:07 PM Re: Christmas food [Re: hatari]
ihookem Offline
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Registered: 05/18/04
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Loc: TAX HELL Allenton Wisconsin
Raw beef and onions on rye bread.
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#7221615 - 12/24/12 03:46 AM Re: Christmas food [Re: ihookem]
grand_veneur Online   sleepy
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Registered: 08/06/07
Posts: 2398
Loc: Wallifornia
Just finished to cook the classical start and dessert: Foie Gras and Mousse au chocolat.

Everything in the fridge to reach the right consistance and temperature before tonight. The foie gras will be served on roasted biroche bread with onion jam.

I think i'll prepare some royal mojito ...

We're going to have the main meal simple: red meat in fondue bourguignonne (every one has a spike to cook his meat in a pot fullfilled with hot grape seeds oil), or maybe the Belgian version with hot beer and Belgian fries.

We'll have some real cheese (with taste and smell, not pasteurized milk based industrial stuff) on bread with Liege sirup.

So when we are goung to start the meal, there will be nothing to cook, everything will already be cooked and we can spend our time all together.

I wish all of you and your families a merry Christmas !
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#7223098 - 12/24/12 11:49 AM Re: Christmas food [Re: ihookem]
doubletap Online   content
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Registered: 12/05/07
Posts: 4995
Loc: Atlanta
Originally Posted By: ihookem
Raw beef and onions on rye bread.

Excellent! I like to mix a raw egg into the beef and put some spicy mustard on the bread.
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#7223822 - 12/24/12 03:32 PM Re: Christmas food [Re: grand_veneur]
eh76 Offline
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Registered: 12/17/06
Posts: 46240
Loc: North of Liberalism in Wyoming
Originally Posted By: grand_veneur
Just finished to cook the classical start and dessert: Foie Gras and Mousse au chocolat.

Everything in the fridge to reach the right consistance and temperature before tonight. The foie gras will be served on roasted biroche bread with onion jam.

I think i'll prepare some royal mojito ...

We're going to have the main meal simple: red meat in fondue bourguignonne (every one has a spike to cook his meat in a pot fullfilled with hot grape seeds oil), or maybe the Belgian version with hot beer and Belgian fries.

We'll have some real cheese (with taste and smell, not pasteurized milk based industrial stuff) on bread with Liege sirup.

So when we are goung to start the meal, there will be nothing to cook, everything will already be cooked and we can spend our time all together.

I wish all of you and your families a merry Christmas !





I have always wanted to try that Foie Gras GV.

Merry Christmas to all!

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#7258351 - 01/02/13 01:01 PM Re: Christmas food [Re: eh76]
grand_veneur Online   sleepy
Campfire Ranger

Registered: 08/06/07
Posts: 2398
Loc: Wallifornia
Can't you find "foie gras" in the US ?

I've got a very good receipe if you can find some fat liver.

Christmas is also traditionnaly time for lots of special flavors in boudin and blood sausages, here.

Happy 2013 to all of you
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#7259378 - 01/02/13 04:25 PM Re: Christmas food [Re: grand_veneur]
erich Offline
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Registered: 05/13/02
Posts: 1694
Loc: wash. state
Made a batch of rolladen, sweet/sour redcabbage and dumplings for Christmas dinner. Horsdoeuvres were pickled beets, herring, and assorted cheeses and sausage.

Rolladen off to a good start


Last Christmas it was Canada Goose baked in saurkraut , apples, and potatoes with a honey/horseradish.coarse brown mustard dip.

Mom just sent me the recipe for Fleishsalad.

And as always Asbach Uralt to finish the evening.


Edited by erich (01/02/13 04:36 PM)
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