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ArtfullDuke
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Posted on Thu, Dec 13, 2012 04:41

Hello World, Whats your Favoriten Xmas Dish? When i was young, the parents made "Karpfen Blau" Carp and the Kids hate ist :) As Teenager i got my parents so far to eat Lobster ... Much better. Another typical Xmas Dish in Germany is: Würstchen mit Kartoffelsalat Sausages with Potato Salat ( Nothing for me) Have a Great Day Duke


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Posted on Sun, Dec 23, 2012 11:58

I'm not really a fan of Turkey. Don't like the sausages wrapped in bacon or the pork stuffing etc either. Not really a meat eater.

 

However, one year we did Duck and Orange Sauce. That was amaaaazzziiinnngg!!!

 

Sarah :-)



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Posted on Fri, Dec 21, 2012 22:04

I found a spiraled cut ham at the store I belong to, way cheaper per pound that that well known company that sells spiral-cut ham!!  I haven't been this happy about a piece of meat in a very long time :)



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Posted on Wed, Dec 19, 2012 13:45

Quoting SundanceWoman:

A nice ham with a brown sugar & pineapple juice glaze, studded with gourmet cloves.  A nice creamed potato or perhaps mashed, using the combined pan juices to make a tasty gravy.  For the vegetables, asparagus and slivered almonds with Hollandaise sauce and puree'd squash.  Homemade bread rolls with butter.  For desert a nice vanilla icecream with fresh strawberries.  Brings them home everytime!


The ham sounds similar to what my mom used to make, the outside tasted great but also looked good too. I wish I had the recipe for the basting, I remember it had molasses in it. She would cut and crisscross the ham and stick a clove inside each small, diamond design. I loved the ham and the cloves, I haven't had it in years.

 



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Posted on Sun, Dec 16, 2012 09:40

Duke, here in Italy on Crhistmas time we eat "cappelletti in brodo" " arrosto di vitello" with "patate al forno"...and at the end as sweet Pandoro at the Mascarpone .



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Posted on Sat, Dec 15, 2012 21:30

Sauerbraten. That was what was always made for Christmas. Typical German.



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Posted on Thu, Dec 13, 2012 10:21

Hey ArtfullDuke and welcome to the blogs...yeah Worldmind here...so I see that you are asking about my favourite Christmas dish :-)


...hm...let me think...

 

L O V E is the most delicious one...and I truly enjoy the best dessert of all...Compassion.

 

Wish you a nice day aswell!


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