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Re: What do you cook for Christmas dinner?

by Karen/NoCA » Thu Dec 06, 2012 9:24 pm

Beautiful appetizer platter Carrie. What kind of salami was that in the center? It looks like a hard peppered salami but larger than the usual hard type I buy. I think it is Colombo or something similar.
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Re: What do you cook for Christmas dinner?

by Jeff Grossman/NYC » Thu Dec 06, 2012 10:11 pm

All's well that ends well, Carrie!
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Re: What do you cook for Christmas dinner?

by Matilda L » Fri Dec 07, 2012 3:50 am

Carrie, that veal roast looks delicious.

Our Christmas fare varies. When it's just the Francophile and me, we usually do a roast chicken with all the baked veg trimmings, because we like it, even though it is probably scorching summer heat outside.

This year we are going to my extended family Grand Lunch Thru' Dinner Event so we don't have to cook at all, just bring wine. :D
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Re: What do you cook for Christmas dinner?

by Carrie L. » Fri Dec 07, 2012 1:48 pm

Karen/NoCA wrote:Beautiful appetizer platter Carrie. What kind of salami was that in the center? It looks like a hard peppered salami but larger than the usual hard type I buy. I think it is Colombo or something similar.


Thank you, Karen! That was just "Peppered Salami" and was in fact Columbus brand. It came in a package with Italian Hard Salami and Calabrese Salami. They are small disks, I want to say about two inches in diameter. The peppered salami was a hit! Everyone loved it.
Hello. My name is Carrie, and I...I....still like oaked Chardonnay. (I feel so much better now.)
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