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Posted by Hal Neumann (+9192) 2 years ago
So what’s on your holiday plates this year?

Last night we had a stroganoff made from Dall Sheep. Served with noodles, steamed veggies, salad, fresh baked bread and a couple pints of homebrewed ale. It was a tasty meal.

Dall Sheep
http://www.adfg.alaska.go...sheep.main

For tonight were going with exotic meat (for here). Roast beef. Last time I was in the City I brought back a New York strip, sliced off some steaks and kept a 5-6lb roast. I’m thinking this too will be tasty ; -)

Merry Christmas Folks, I hope the Holiday Season is good to us All.
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Posted by David Schott (+13579) 2 years ago
My dear wife picked up some veal cutlets for today's feast but I don't know exactly what she has in mind. I'm sure it will be tasty, though.
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Posted by Gunnar Emilsson (+13040) 2 years ago
Standing rib roast that I have been dry aging for a week, twice-baked potatoes, and a nice green salad with bitter greens and a toasted shallot viniagrette.

And, I splurged on the wine to pair with the roast, since I only roast a prime rib once a year at Christmas. A nice bottle of Barolo.
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Posted by AFAB (+26) 2 years ago
We have been cooking a delicious standing rib roast on the treager. It looks and smells amazing and there is a lot of family around to enjoy the day with. Merry Christmas everyone.
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Posted by Dave Roberts (+1222) 2 years ago
We're going on a Christmas buffet cruise around San Diego Bay.

There are other guests of the hotel we're in that have MT 14- plates on their pickup.
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Posted by Gunnar Emilsson (+13040) 2 years ago
That's cool, Dave. I have a friend from here in Helena staying in a hotel along the San Diego harbor right now. He said it was only a $140 a night ( which is dirt cheap for that location ). He and his wife are going to some bowl game that the Minnesota Golden Gophers are playing in.

I damn near fired up my kamodo grill, as my oven has been acting up. Instead, I p pted for the Nesco roaster. So far it is taking forever to cook.
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Posted by Hal Neumann (+9192) 2 years ago
Christmas Eve stroganoff.

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Posted by Richard Bonine, Jr. (+13956) 2 years ago
Umm... I'll have the roadkill...

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Posted by Shu (+1348) 2 years ago
Beef Bourguignon for us this year.



cognac (flamed) red wine, etc..

[Edited by Shu (12/25/2016 7:09:55 PM)]
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Posted by Dave Roberts (+1222) 2 years ago
Reply to Hal Neumann (#369941)
Hal Neumann wrote:
Christmas Eve stroganoff.


Don't much care for stroganoff in general, but that shade of brown in the glasses piqued my interest. BevMo up the street here has Moose Drool in cans, so I have that as a backup in case the local brews I try out are over-hopped.

Boat buffet wasn't bad. Mom liked it a lot more than I did, but I've got Tommy's on the brain when I'm in SoCal. First time I've had brined turkey.

Our hotel is in the middle of Shelter Island. I'll wave at the webcams on the way out fishing tomorrow morning.
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Posted by Hal Neumann (+9192) 2 years ago
Dave, it’s just a well hopped brown ale. Nothing special. If Moose Drool is your fallback brew, you’d likely find this a little too hoppy.
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