Saturday, December 26, 2015

The Weekly Menu for the First Week of Christmas

Happy 2nd Day of Christmas everyone.  In our family Christmas started yesterday and goes until January 6th when we celebrate the Epiphany.  We will continue to feast and celebrate.  The Christmas music plays and Christmas movies are watched.

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Tonight, Chuck is staying with Mom while we go over to Frank's sister's house for her open house, so dinner will be eaten there.

Tomorrow is our family Christmas with all of the kids.  We are very happy that we are going to be blessed with the presence of all our kids at one time. Dinner is as follows:

Shrimp and Asparagus Crepes
Garlic Soup
Cinnamon Roasted Carrot and Arugula Salad
Standing Rib Roast
Mashed Potatoes
Roasted Brussels Sprouts
Buttered Corn
Peach Pie

Monday, Chuck leaves to go back to Virginia.  It was truly wonderful having him here for these past couple of weeks.  The rest of the week is quiet.  No big plans for New Years Eve.  Frank's sister and her husband had planned on going up north and Mom Klik was going to stay here with us.  Due to health constraints she is unable to stay here with us now.  We are trying to convince them to go ahead with their plans and Frank can go there and stay with Mom Klik while they are gone while I stay here with my Mom.  It will be a very different kind of New Year's Eve but well worth it to give Frank's sister and brother in law a break.  Care giving is hard.

I will be sharing my best recipes from the past year all week long as well as posting a couple of new recipes from the Christmas season and repurposing leftovers.  Please stop by and say hello.

Party at Roz and Ron's 

See Menu above

Leftover Casserole

Beef Vegetable Soup

Egg Rolls
Pork Fried Rice

Beef Pot Pie

Depends on what is going on...Happy NYE everyone.

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