Sqwertz wrote:
>
>Here's my annual Christmas dinner plate 2011 for all my detractors to
>try and make fun of while making themselves look like fools.
>
>http://img84.imageshack.us/img84/249...dinner2011.jpg
>
>USDA Choice large end ribeye (from a 6lb+ roast), buttered brussels
>sprouts with crispy pancetta, jalapeno cheese bread, boiled oiled
>broiled blue cheese smashed potatoes, sautéed crimini mushrooms,
>Graber olives (genuine ones unlike last night) and the mandatory
>peperoncini.


Yeah, I'd eat that. I'm just not too fond of pepperocini... the beef
is just right, not raw. Only I'd rather the olives and peppers stay
on a separate relish tray and some jus on the plate for sopping,
perhaps some horseradish sauce.

>Here was my annual Christmas EVE grazing plate as well:
>
>http://img853.imageshack.us/img853/8987/snackplate8.jpg
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>And might as well throw this in there to lighten things up:
>http://img818.imageshack.us/img818/6268/mangerscene.jpg
>
>(Yes, Jesus is made out of a Hillshire Farms Lil' Smokie and wrapped
>in Smithfield ham. Sheldon may be onto something after all...)
>
>Hope your Christmas diners were just as enjoyable or better :-)


Very creative/artsy fartsy. But I think I'd have dressed them in
kosher salami, in those flamingo pink ham mumus and dark shades your
wise men sure look like queer rappers/pimps. hehe Good job.