shared menus & movies

Friday, December 25, 2009

snow covered wreath from last year - this Christmas so far is mild and no snow - hooray !

Seems every night is movie night here at 29 Black Street and with surround stereo sound. Sigh.

Christmas Eve
- cowboy
lobster (freshly cooked) chowder (made by the cowboy)
bagette & butter
layered chocolate mousse and white chocolate mousse

Movie - Revolutionary Road which we gave a resounding 2 thumbs up to - both beautiful & sad

Christmas Dinner - cowboy
roast Chicken with the cowboys famous cashew dressing
mashed potatoes with gravy
more layered chocolate mousses

Movie - A Christmas Story (taped earlier in the week) the new quintessential holiday movie.

Boxing Day - me
caesar salad I'll add bacon and thinly sliced fresh mushrooms to my salad
italian fries both recipes merci to Shutterbean
chocolate mousse truffles (an experiment in bon bonnes - recipe to follow hopefully with photos)

Movie - Part 1 Cranford (taped Masterpiece Theatre - PBS)

He really does most of the cooking. Sigh.


  1. Merry Christmas, Susan. I love you and miss you so very much. (tears) Much love to you and the furry gang. xo

  2. Oh YUM!!...what beautiful food, photo, and good days ahead. Happy Holiday Season to you and your loved ones Susan, as we move towards 2010.(Along with everything else, the cashew dressing sounds very interesting!)xx

  3. Oh yummmmmmmyyy
    Merry Christmas
    Benny & Lily

  4. You didn't get any snow because we had Snowmaggedon. It used up all the snow.

    Also, The Wii Bitch worries with all this great cooking that she's going to have to come North and visit you. I told her you walk the pack everyday and gets plenty of exercise but apparently I have no credibility with the Wii Bitch. It's not my fault is she suddenly shows up on your door.

  5. Happy belated Christmas, well, let's jsut say Christmastide then, shall we? :)

  6. your menus sound deeeeeelish!! caesar AND fries. be still my heart! i hope you enjoyed. happy holiday susan!


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