Friday, December 24, 2010

Wishing you a Merry Christmas……….2010

TRIBE'S XMAS DINNER 2010© BUSOG! SARAP! 2010

SmileMERRY CHRISTMAS EVERYONE !!!!Smile

Finally, I got the time now to sit down after 5 hours of hovering around the kitchen, it took that long for this simple Christmas dinner menu that I’ve planned for today as it included a never ending photo session while prepping and cooking.  My stovetop at the moment is busted, freaky really….when you turn “on” one, the top right turns “on” too even though its knob is off.  I have to endure cooking in a portable electric stove that takes ages to heat up.   I’ve also triggered the smoke alarms in our house several times while roasting the chickens,  Mr. Adventurous and Miss M took turns waving tea towels to get rid of the smoke….hehehehehe!

The TRIBE’s simple Christmas Dinner consist of…Roast Chickens with Bacon and Apple Stuffing, Rosemary Roasted Veges with Duck Fat and Grilled Eggplant drizzled with Avocado Flavoured (Garlic) Oil.

MANGO FLOAT © BUSOG! SARAP! 2010

I also manage to assemble a very easy dessert, Mango Float which is so delicious…I must say!  I’ve first tasted this dessert only about a month ago during a family friend’s graduation picnic and since then I’ve been making this dessert regularly.

At the moment my little ones are fast asleep now, while I’m writing this short post and after I press the “publish” button, I have to help Santa to wrap some more presents….

9 comments:

  1. I'm getting hungry reading your Christmas menu, they all sound delicious.

    Have a very joyous Christmas and a happy New Year!

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  2. Beautiful spread! Merry Christmas to you and the rest of the TRIBE! :)

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  3. Your Christmas spread looks amazing... nakakatakam haha
    love the mango float dessert... i love the yellowness of mango during this time of the year... it's like summer during winter!
    maligayang pasko
    malou

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  4. Merry Christmas! I have to say that no Christmas kitchen is complete without all the dramas that come with it. hehe. I love the sound of the roasted vegies with duck fat. yum yum

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  5. Ohh I hope you had a wonderful christmas. Could you share the mango float recipe? It looks wonderful.

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  6. @Joy~ will be posting Mango Float tonight=)

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  7. @Spencer~ thanks for dropping by=) You got a wide range of US candy...YUM! I've made Butterfinger & Pistachio Brownies and it was excellent, unfortunately I didn't have time to take a pic=( Next time we drop by Mooloolaba, will definitely look for your shop for restocking=)

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