Pancakes, turkey, soda
When I work the holidays people will go to moms and spend the night. When I get off work I go there and they all wake up while moms making breakfast. Nothing fancy pancakes, turkey bacon, eggs, hashbrowns etc.
I'll more than likely squeeze a nap at moms cause I have another 12 hour over night shift..
Our big dinner this year will be the 26th, which is when I'm finally off.
A smaller version of thanksgiving. Turkey, turkey ham, Mexican tamales, green bean casserole, beets, mashed potatoes, candied baby carrots, Turon (Filipino dish) etc etc
Boxing Day, I'm doing my own turkey dinner, with stuffing, carrots, parsnip and other assorted veggies, followed by more turkey soup on the 27th.
Pancakes, turkey, soda
check out this maple syrup recipe I'm going to make it in the morning:http://www.esquire.com/blogs/food-for-men/whiskey-bacon-coffee-syrup-pancakes-recipe-0114
actually I think the "whiskey-bacon-coffee-syrup" in the url sums it up properly. Not for pancakes though, pancakes are just the lazy mans waffle.
12 dishes are served as a reminder of the 12 Apostoles on Christmas Eve, 24 December. Polish people don't eat meat on this day, instead they choose from variety of fish and vegetable dishes. The meal begins when the first star is seen. An extra place is left at the table for an unexpected guest
barszcz (beetroot soup) with uszka (small dumplings) - a classic Polish Christmas starter.
Carp with potato salad, carp in aspic etc. Carp provides the main component of the Christmas Eve meal across Poland.
?ledzie - pickled herring
Pierogi with sauerkraut and forest mushrooms; filled with cottage cheese and potatoes
Zupa rybna - fish soup
?urek - soup made of soured rye flour and meat
Zupa grzybowa - mushroom soup made of various forest mushrooms
Bigos - savory stew of cabbage and meat
Kompot - traditional drink a light, refreshing drink most often made of dried or fresh fruit boiled in water with sugar and left to cool and infuse.
Go??bki - cabbage rolls
Pieczarki marynowane - marinated mushrooms
?oso? - salmon, often baked or boiled in a dill sauce.
Kopytka - potato dumplings
Kartofle gotowane - simple boiled potatoes sparkled with parsley or dill
Kulebiak - with fish or cabbage and wild mushrooms filling
Ryba sma?ona or ryba po grecku - fried fish laid under lyers of fried shreded carrots, onions, root celery and leek
Sa?atka jarzynowa - salad made with boiled potatoes and carrots with fresh peas, sweetcorn, dill cucumber, and boiled egg, mixed with mayonnaise
Galaretka - jellied pig's feet or cold legs.
Faworki - Angel wings
Kutia - sweet grain pudding with dried fruits and various nuts / in the eastern regions (Bia?ystok)
?amaniec - type of flat and rather hard pancake that is soaked in warm milk with poppy seeds. Eaten in eastern regions such as around Bia?ystok
Sernik - cheesecake
Makowiec - poppy seed cake roll
Wow, I would absolutely love to share that meal!!!!
I think I might lick the screen :shock:
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