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12-19-2013, 02:44 PM   #1711
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I'm more of a turkey.

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Smoked provolone and smoked turkey with a real garden tomato.

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My parents always fed us kids brandy alexanders on Christmas eve.
My parents always gave us Benadryl...


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My parents made us stay up to go to Church at midnight.

Worked every time.

My wife's family used Dry Sack. I adopted their tradition.
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I like all kinds of cheeses but Finlandia-Swiss is my all time favorite. I could be partial however.

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My wife's family used Dry Sack.
?? what's that??
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we haven't even talked about family tradition Christmas foods/drinks?
50/50 cranberry juice and ginger ale. Have not had that since we used to go to grandma's house as kids. Don't know why I just thought of it......


Oh and I think we are at Jarlsberg unless I missed a post.
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50/50 cranberry juice and ginger ale.
Canada Dry makes a cranberry ginger ale for the holidays. Good stuff!! Might give you a little Christmas flash back!
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Canada Dry makes a cranberry ginger ale for the holidays. Good stuff!! Might give you a little Christmas flash back!
You get two demerits for not mentioning a cheese that starts with K.

I think when I pass I want my epitaph to be:
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50/50 cranberry juice and ginger ale. Have not had that since we used to go to grandma's house as kids. Don't know why I just thought of it......
I still do that! Also grapefruit juice & ginger ale is a great lazy way to make "punch".

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You get two demerits for not mentioning a cheese that starts with K.
He's strict but fair.

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Munster.

As a 10 year old in Finland, I discovered a loophole: they would sell me hard apple cider.
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mustard & gruyere batons
Page 28 of ina garten: "barefoot contessa FOOLPROOF"

These went down pretty well with the cocktails before our little dinner party tonight.
They look good too.
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My parents made us stay up to go to Church at midnight.

Worked every time.

My wife's family used Dry Sack. I adopted their tradition.
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?? what's that??
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Originally posted by monochrome Quote My parents made us stay up to go to Church at midnight. Worked every time. My wife's family used Dry Sack. I adopted their tradition. QuoteOriginally posted by Joel B Quote ?? what's that?? Sherry
I prefer a nice Port. Even better with some cheese!
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Our traditional things:
Homemade fruitcake - pretty much just candied fruit & pecans with a little batter to hold it together.
Ambrosia - Google tells me this is a traditional Southern US thing (which makes sense, as my grandmother from Georgia always made it) - cut-up oranges & shredded coconut with some sugar and maraschino cherries for color. If this year's fruitcake turned out dry, dunk it in the ambrosia!
Cherry Winks - Kinda cake-y cookies full of chopped dates and (more!) Maraschino cherries, rolled in cornflakes. I think Mom's recipe card for them was cut from a Corn Flakes box.

Oh, and N: Neufchatel (I've heard of that! Who says I haven't??? )
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Oaxaca! There am I redeemed? Yes that's a real cheese. I found it on the alphabetical list of cheese site!
here's the link:http://www.cheese.com/alphabetical/?i=a
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