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Whats on the table for Christmas
#1
Probably Ham here.
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#2
This is my husband's Christmas present from me. Probably will make some twice baked potatoes and creamed spinach as sides. 

https://lafrieda.goldbelly.com/dry-aged-...t-frenched

https://www.alaskankingcrab.com/products...kPEALw_wcB
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#3
Anything goes. My oldest brother was invited to Christmas dinner elsewhere, so I currently have no Christmas Day plans dinner or otherwise.
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#4
That lamb and crab sound wonderful!
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#5
We're doing something a bit different this year. The Grandbrats are coming over the sunday before Christmas to get their presents, and the adult children will be popping over Christmas morning to exchange presents, so instead of Christmas dinner, we're doing a Christmas Breakfast buffet.
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#6
(12-16-2019, 02:11 AM)MirahM Wrote: That lamb and crab sound wonderful!
It's a standing rib roast, not lamb. My family likes lamb, but I don't so I'm not cooking it. Even the smell of it cooking kind of makes me gag.
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#7
We're doing slow-cooked beef roast and enchiladas here on Christmas Eve, and turkey at my sister's place on Christmas day.
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#8
Is there a kitchen tool that a person can use to spray things onto food? If I wanted to spray olive oil on something instead of brushing it on, or melted butter. Should I go to the local Agway and look for a small plant sprayer?
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(12-16-2019, 05:17 PM)Maggot Wrote: Is there a kitchen tool that a person can use to spray things onto food? If I wanted to spray olive oil on something instead of brushing it on, or melted butter. Should I go to the local Agway and look for a small plant sprayer?


Holy cow, I can answer this!

Go to the aisle that has the Pam nonstick spray in it, there you will find a similar can only it is olive oil.
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#10
I am looking for one that I can put what I want in it. 

I found what I want but are they good for food?

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#11
The oil might clog it up, they make ones that are specifically for oil. Just look up oil sprayer for christs sake. Do you not have internet?
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#12
I just looked, they have 10,000 types on amazon and you can get one by tommorrow.
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#13
(12-16-2019, 09:13 AM)sally Wrote:
(12-16-2019, 02:11 AM)MirahM Wrote: That lamb and crab sound wonderful!
It's a standing rib roast, not lamb. My family likes lamb, but I don't so I'm not cooking it. Even the smell of it cooking kind of makes me gag.

Lamb is more for easter anyway.
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(12-16-2019, 09:18 PM)sally Wrote: The oil might clog it up, they make ones that are specifically for oil. Just look up oil sprayer for christs sake. Do you not have internet?

But................Do YOU use one?
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#15
On food.
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(12-17-2019, 08:37 AM)Maggot Wrote:
(12-16-2019, 09:18 PM)sally Wrote: The oil might clog it up, they make ones that are specifically for oil. Just look up oil sprayer for christs sake. Do you not have internet?

But................Do YOU use one?
No I haven't. I've seen them in kitchen stores before, but I've been drizzling or brushing my oil on for 38 years now and it  always works just fine so I didn't feel a need to buy one. I guess if you use a lot of Pam spray and you want an alternative that doesn't have chemicals in it then an oil mister would be good for you, mister.
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#17
i just want it for my pure virgin olive oil.
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#18
*gasp* Screw all you people that eat lamb. Savages!  
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How dare you!!!!!
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#20
How you ever smelled a dirty lamb? That's exactly how they taste.
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