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Made a gizzard casserole with rice and lots of vegetables (including the last of peppers from the garden).

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Old 01-01-2009, 05:20 PM   #22
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Made a gizzard casserole with rice and lots of vegetables (including the last of peppers from the garden).
Sounds good Khan. I bet that would be extra delicious with some hot sauce or jalapenos thrown in.

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New Years eve menu: Beef Wellington, roasted herbed potatoes and carrots. Wilted Winter Greens and blue cheese salad with raspberry vinagarette dressing. White wine, Red wind and Champagne for toasting the New Year.

New Years day menu: Grilled Ham and cheese sandwich and tomato soup.

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This morning for a late breakfast it was roast beef hash & eggs (over easy).....for a late lunch it was ham & bean soup and deep fried onion rings....and for a late supper it was ham (an excellent ham steak from Aldi's), smashed 'taters, cooked fresh asparagus, and a nice salad with Italian oil & vinegar dressing.

Later on I'll hit the Christmas cookies with a glass o' milk!
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NYDay - Mexican ground beef from crockpot (NYEve leftovers), with round flour burritos, tomatoes, lettuce, black olives, salsa with beans and corn, cheddar cheese, sour cream.
Today is crockpot Cornish hen smothered with Chinese Hoisin sauce, with some low salt chicken rice-a-roni on the side, and a side salad.
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Homemade beef stroganoff with Grandma's family recipe. Also, fresh bread and a lattice apple pie for dessert. Of course, all made by yours truly........
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Originally Posted by burch64 View Post
Tradition here is pork cooked in sauerkrout with mashed potatoes.
That is what I had too. My main reason is that I really like it, and it doesn't take me away from the Bowl Games.


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