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Christmas dinner part II: food

Dinner menu.

Since this holiday event is over a month old, I’ll keep this post sweet + short.

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«This $5 sticker chalkboard helps us prepare our menu, and gives guests a chance to drool before anything hits the table.

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You spin me right round baby right round like a record baby right round round round.

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«We got this rotisserie appliance from Dan’s grandparents. With a bit of salt and pepper, and lemon slices placed just under the skin, the taste is unbelievable. This is a nice device for parties during cold winters, to add a bit of warmth to the kitchen, and a focal point for your guests.

Full spread.

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«We found this CuisineArt slow cooker for $20 at The Youth Ranch downtown a week before Christmas, an $80+ savings from the original MSRP. Inside, is a slow cooked lamb shank. Mmmmm….

Plate up.

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«The food was great, and Dan did most of the cooking. Thanks Dan.

Dessert, aka, a reason to live.

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«This was Dan’s first experiment with latticework. Well done indeed. His mother was proud of his crust, and not at all jealous.

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