Saturday, December 25, 2010

Christmas Wishes

The few remaining presents!
Well, Christmas has come and gone here in Australia! On the other side of the hempishere, you will now be waking up to open your presents and commence a feast!  I hope you enjoy your Christmas day and have time to relax, laugh and be merry.
Thank you for being such wonderful blogfriends and readers. Joyeux Noel!






At our Christmas table we had:
Creamy Potato Salad
Creamy Pasta Salad
Greek Pasta Salad
Couscous Salad
Asian Style Summer Salad
Waldorf Salad
Fruit Salad
Apricot and Couscous stuffed Pork
Macadamia and Cranberry stuffed Turkey
Glazed Ham
Harrod's bought Plum Pudding with custard
Rum Balls
Trifle


What did you have at your Christmas table? I would love to know!

13 comments:

  1. Allo Brittany! Je te fais une visite éclaire pour te souhaiter un «Joyeux Noël ma belle amie!» Caro B. Bises

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  2. Joyeux Noël et très bonnes fêtes de fin d'année.
    A très bientôt.

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  3. Merry Xmas to you too Brittany. Love the sound of that pork. We had roast chicken and turkey, ham, boiled eggs, coleslaw, tinned cornand baby beets, with plum pud and custard and cream for dessert. There was also Christmas cake made by my mum and rum balls and apricot balls for treats. Hope Santa was good to you.

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  4. Merry Christmas to you as well, and best wishes for a happy and healthy 2011!

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  5. Oh Brittany your Christmas dinner sounded wonderful.
    For ours we shared it with some Greek friends--- today we had the traditional turkey roasted with baby potatoes, carrots, beans, gravy, cranberry sauce --- very very traditional --- the stuffing is made with pine nuts bacon, onion, sage, lemon and onion, I must say it is yummy.
    To follow it's Pavlova with cream...and fresh fruit. Right now I am full but might have room for another glass for champers.. x

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  6. Merry Christmas!

    I am drooling over your Christmas dinner - sounds fantastic and I am sure you enjoyed it :)

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  7. Felices fiestas...me gusta todo...en casa pollo asado, sopa de "galets" y "carn d'olla" típica de la zona de Cataluña (Spain), turrones, panettone....un beso muy grande

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  8. Merry Christmas to you! Hope you had a wonderful (and delicious) holiday!

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  9. Merry Christmas to you! It sounds like you had a delicious day and I just love your tree:) Thanks for stopping by my blog and for your kind words - I do appreciate it! Hope you enjoy the rest of your weekend - Cheers:)

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  10. Merry Christmas to you! I've been so busy with the kids! Toy's surround the house!

    On Christmas Eve we had: Cheesy potato soup, chili, chicken florentine soup, cheese and crackers, holiday grapes, shrimp, a veggie tray and too many desserts to name them all.

    On Christmas we had: Ham, turkey, garlic roasted cauliflower, Snicker Salad, cranberries, turkey wreath and too many desserts to name them all.

    I'm sure I'm forgetting something in there. LOL

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  11. I hope you had a very merry Christmas! Your tree is beautiful. I love your menu...sounds great.

    We had manicotti for our first course and then a delicious roast for the main course and then lots of cookies and goodies:)

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  12. Merry Christmas [belated I kinow!]. Looking forward to seeing what you have planned for New Years ;0)

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  13. Merry Belated Christmas! That sounds like a fantastic menu. Mine was mostly junk food ;)

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