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Lamb Shoulder Chop, Honey Glazed Carrots,
Salad of Romaine, Red Onion, Balsamic Vinaigrette, and Multi-Grain Croutons.
— at Ejido Primo Tapia, B.C., Mexico
 
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So what do you eat for christmas?

In Denmark we mostly eat duck and pork..





And for dessert:
RIS A' LA MANDE

 
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Enchiladas on Christmas Eve. Pancakes and eggs Christmas morning. Roasted Chicken, Spaghetti and Meatballs around 3pm
 
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mrhender said:
So what do you eat for christmas?
Tour of Norway land:
Pork (approx. like the Danish ribbenstek christmas dinner)

Tour des Fjords land + Arctic Tour land:


Pinnekjøtt: steamed cured (salted, smoked (optional) and dried) ribs of lamb, smoked lamb sausage, mashed swedes (neeps) and boiled potatoes

For dessert: Cloudberry cream w/krumkake (a waffle cookie)
 
mrhender said:
And for dessert:
RIS A' LA MANDE
Officially it is spelled risalamande and if you want to frenchify it, it's spelled ris à l'amande (almond is amande, not mande in French) ;) :p

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I just want to add that I absolutely love risalamande and easily eat more than the 2nd and 3rd combined in my family (and yes that is after also eating the most during the main course, I guess you can say that I really like Christmas dinner)
 
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Netserk said:
Officially it is spelled risalamande and if you want to frenchify it, it's spelled ris à l'amande (almond is amande, not mande in French) ;) :p

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I just want to add that I absolutely love risalamande and easily eat more than the 2nd and 3rd combined in my family (and yes that is after also eating the most during the main course, I guess you can say that I really like Christmas dinner)
Ahhh.. Mr. nit-pick ; :)

Have you ever gotten the almond?
In my family we have the tradition of hiding the almond in the cheek to get others eat more.. Is that a common thing?
 
mrhender said:
Ahhh.. Mr. nit-pick ; :)

Have you ever gotten the almond?
In my family we have the tradition of hiding the almond in the cheek to get others eat more.. Is that a common thing?
Yeah I think that is quite common. I usually continue to have a few portions after it has been revealed who got the almond though :p
 
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Netserk said:
Yeah I think that is quite common. I usually continue to have a few portions after it has been revealed who got the almond though :p
LOL

Beware of you weight Netserk -Only 7 months to the TDF..

We need you in proper shape..... :D
 
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Netserk said:
My current weight is 63kg (I'm 178cm tall). ;)

I love my genes :D
Well done :)

We must have similar genes.. I'am 180 and is 69kg

And i've never been careful with my "diet"..

I can just look at the Nupo -and lose weight... :eek:
 
Careful, guys! It en't gonna stick - the not-gaining-weight-thing; some day the stuff you eat is gonna stick.

As for hiding almonds, some in my family do, some don't, and then there was the one time when my younger sister accidentally ate it. In her defence; she weren't very old.
I don't like risalamande that much, sure; I can eat it (something which only happened in recent years) but I'm going crazy over it, much prefer risengrød. :D
 
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Being summer and all on the flip side of the planet. Here's a handy guide for when it's time to throw another joey on the barbie. :)

 
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New Menu Item

New Breakfast burrito makes the grade.
an instant hit.
so good.
almost went live on krebs kitchen but I was too hungry to dilly dally.


Some Bacon


Eggs fried in good ol' bacon grease. Remember the can of grease in the fridge growing up?


Refried Beans and cheese


Throw it all on a flour tortilla and top with fresh chopped serrano chile


twist it all up
 

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