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BluesSinger
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For this Hunter O and her Hunter O Hubby we are splurging this year (since we were in Europe during Thanksgiving and did not get to enjoy that Holiday)...  

Duck!!!  Woot!!!  -  (cut up and cooked stove top)
Kale, Black Eyed Pea, Turkey Bacon Dish
Salad
Pecan Pie

Woot!  Tastebuds are excited and so is my Blood Type!  Ha ha ha!  
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oven roasted 'Veal Brust' with sweet potato purée

pure chocolate cake with a 'Homemade cherry réduction sauce.' on top


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Quoted from Lola
oven roasted 'Veal Brust' with sweet potato purée

pure chocolate cake with a 'Homemade cherry réduction sauce.' on top


oh my!!!!  sounds wonderous!!!!  

can i inquire about the Sweet Potato Puree recipe?!!!
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Roasted lamb chops,  roasted brussel sprouts and asparagus and a salad. No desserts needed.
Oh, and a cocktail.  

Almost forgot.....avocado.


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Quoted from Mother
Roasted lamb chops,  roasted brussel sprouts and asparagus and a salad. No desserts needed.
Oh, and a cocktail.  

Almost forgot.....avocado.


Fab!!!!  Don't forget the avocado! BTW.. how will you use it?  Just on the side or?  And what's the cocktail?!  
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Yup sliced on he side. Maybe with some celery.

Citron Vodka and water lol. Wine is not working for me lately. Maybe a lemon wedge for a garnish haha.

I could eat lamb and roasted veg everyday!!! Does my body good!!


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Appetizer - N.E. clam chowder

Main dish - Pizza.

Dessert - almond cookies

Blowing out the fats and oils budget on this one.  
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for the Sweet P P
simply oven roast these
add pulp to processor or hand blender

blend till smooth adding butter or ghee, sea salt and caramelized onions

plus other spices of your choice if necessary


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That sounds great lola. More like mashed sweet potatoes ! Sure wish I could indulge. I don't at all care for sweet potatoes with the added brown sugar and marshmallows. I could, and have eaten them plain.  They are one food I really miss. When we have company I always make rosemary and garlic roasted and at least can have a taste.


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Quoted from Lloyd
Appetizer - N.E. clam chowder

Main dish - Pizza.

Dessert - almond cookies

Blowing out the fats and oils budget on this one.  


HA!!!!  I love the appetizer idea and my hubby would love the main dish!!! ha ha ha
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Quoted from Lola
for the Sweet P P
simply oven roast these
add pulp to processor or hand blender

blend till smooth adding butter or ghee, sea salt and caramelized onions

plus other spices of your choice if necessary


I'm loving this idea!!!!  
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So far it looks like this thread is "for O's only", but I'll join in to say we are having lamb curry, with lamb, onions, garlic, turnips, parsnips and perhaps a couple other vegetables.  Just the two of us for Christmas dinner.  My son and his 2 grown daughters are coming the next day.  When I make curry I almost always toss in a handful of dried organic sliced cranberries (apple juice sweetened) to balance the spicy curry powder.   I used to make curry with individual spices and "all the variety" of fruits and vegetables that go into a real curry, but in my old age I am using curry powder and our tummies are happy with this combination.  

For our company meals, we will have a large pot of ground turkey sausage chili for the day they arrive and then roasted chicken breasts in African peanut sauce with brown rice and green beans on the side and probably a green salad plus Waldorf salad as salad/dessert for our "Christmas dinner" on the 27th.  Again, in my old age I am keeping things simple.  No more 6 course theme dinners from a different country each year like I was able to do "way back then".  


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Quoted from ginnyTN
So far it looks like this thread is "for O's only", but I'll join in to say we are having lamb curry, with lamb, onions, garlic, turnips, parsnips and perhaps a couple other vegetables.  Just the two of us for Christmas dinner.  My son and his 2 grown daughters are coming the next day.  When I make curry I almost always toss in a handful of dried organic sliced cranberries (apple juice sweetened) to balance the spicy curry powder.   I used to make curry with individual spices and "all the variety" of fruits and vegetables that go into a real curry, but in my old age I am using curry powder and our tummies are happy with this combination.  

For our company meals, we will have a large pot of ground turkey sausage chili for the day they arrive and then roasted chicken breasts in African peanut sauce with brown rice and green beans on the side and probably a green salad plus Waldorf salad as salad/dessert for our "Christmas dinner" on the 27th.  Again, in my old age I am keeping things simple.  No more 6 course theme dinners from a different country each year like I was able to do "way back then".  


this is fabulous and I'm so glad you shared as I didn't mean for this to be an O thread only!   I can alway glean ideas from other blood types and wow... I'm interested in that curry recipe if you would share!  

yummy!!! all these posts are so wonderful.. I can almost smell all the food and feel the joy of cooking the special holiday dishes!    
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Quoted from Lola
for the Sweet P P
simply oven roast these
add pulp to processor or hand blender

blend till smooth adding butter or ghee, sea salt and caramelized onions

plus other spices of your choice if necessary



Yummy i add this to my recipes!


My dinner will be spelt spaghetti al pesto with lots of parmesan and a big salad.For breakfast I had a dessert made with cookies and chocolate,brought this from a store(this is a part of an experiment I am doing due to my recent medical tests and their results which I will explain in a post later).


"Enjoy life and smile"

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Quoted from Irene



Yummy i add this to my recipes!


My dinner will be spelt spaghetti al pesto with lots of parmesan and a big salad.For breakfast I had a dessert made with cookies and chocolate,brought this from a store(this is a part of an experiment I am doing due to my recent medical tests and their results which I will explain in a post later).


Oh spaghetti!     I so love it but the grains hurt me so much...   I might have to get a spaghetti squash and some nice grass fed beef this week and step out on the ledge with tomatoes (an avoid), and indulge!!!  
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Quoted from Lola
for the Sweet P P
simply oven roast these
add pulp to processor or hand blender

blend till smooth adding butter or ghee, sea salt and caramelized onions

plus other spices of your choice if necessary


we made these for the dinner and woo hoo!!!   thank you!
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We made a HUGE batch of latkes last night. Two batches, actually- one "traditional" with white potato (since Jack won't eat sweet potatoes) and a batch of sweet potato latkes with some rice flour to hold them together.  With both jarred and homemade apple sauce. I forgot to buy sour cream or greek yogurt to go along with them as well, and nothing was open last night after Shabbos (December 24th) and nothing's open today either, so I'm not sure if we'll do latkes again tonight or not.  We might just do Shabbos leftovers.


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Duck fillets with agave+umeboshi,
Mâche salad
Parsnip purée
And a glass of red wine for my husband and half a glass for me.

Duck meat is really good indeed !
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Duck fillets with agave+umeboshi,
Mâche salad
Parsnip purée
And a glass of red wine for my husband and half a glass for me.

Duck meat is really good indeed !


FABULOUS!!!   wow...  would love the recipes!  
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BluesSinger., you could thin the sweet potato with some compliant milk or water and use that as a sauce over spaghetti veggies.
Or there is a recipe for no tomato spaghetti sauce using beets and carrots as well as Italian herbs. If my mememory serves me it was very good and couldn't tell there weren't tomatos.


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FABULOUS!!!   wow...  would love the recipes!  


Very simple duck recipe indeed:
1: we cooked rare the fillets with little olive oil in a pan. 2 minutes on each side. (pink meat)
2: We took off the pan the fillets and putted on plates
3: Then we added little umeboshi plum vinegar in the pan in order to make the light juice with meat flavors
4: We mixed the juice with agave. You can add beneficial spices of your choice, we didn't this time.
5: On the plate, add mâche salad, then duck meat, the sauce on top.
Parsnip puree was made with mixed boiled parsnip and pink Himalayan salt.




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Quoted from Lola
for the Sweet P P
simply oven roast these
add pulp to processor or hand blender

blend till smooth adding butter or ghee, sea salt and caramelized onions

plus other spices of your choice if necessary


Fantastic, Lola, love sweet potatoes
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We had Prime rib, roasted turkey, roasted broccolini with fresh parmesan, roasted red potatoes with olive oil, garlic and rosemary,
arugula, spinach and baby romaine salad with pecans, feta , pears and cranberries , and sourdough crostini( olive oil, garlic, parmesan)
Splurge for all of my family.. ..5 type O's( prime rib) and 2 A's.(turkey)
Mom's homemade awesome pumpkin pies. and......assorted nuts, fruits, candies, cookies from "13 desserts" set out for Christmas Eve
Cabernet and Stella Rosa Black wines
Coffee ( fresh roasted, organic, free trade from youngest son's girlfriend's roastery)


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Quoted from cajun
We had Prime rib, roasted turkey, roasted broccolini with fresh parmesan, roasted red potatoes with olive oil, garlic and rosemary,
arugula, spinach and baby romaine salad with pecans, feta , pears and cranberries , and sourdough crostini( olive oil, garlic, parmesan)
Splurge for all of my family.. ..5 type O's( prime rib) and 2 A's.(turkey)
Mom's homemade awesome pumpkin pies. and......assorted nuts, fruits, candies, cookies from "13 desserts" set out for Christmas Eve
Cabernet and Stella Rosa Black wines
Coffee ( fresh roasted, organic, free trade from youngest son's girlfriend's roastery)


Sounds delicious, as usual!!!!!



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Quoted from cajun
We had Prime rib, roasted turkey, roasted broccolini with fresh parmesan, roasted red potatoes with olive oil, garlic and rosemary,
arugula, spinach and baby romaine salad with pecans, feta , pears and cranberries , and sourdough crostini( olive oil, garlic, parmesan)
Splurge for all of my family.. ..5 type O's( prime rib) and 2 A's.(turkey)
Mom's homemade awesome pumpkin pies. and......assorted nuts, fruits, candies, cookies from "13 desserts" set out for Christmas Eve
Cabernet and Stella Rosa Black wines
Coffee ( fresh roasted, organic, free trade from youngest son's girlfriend's roastery)


oh my tastebuds are dancing and my belly is groaning!!!  ha ha!!!     Lovely spread!
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