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21. Posted by Isadora (Travel Guru 13926 posts) 9y

Quoting Q_

Quoting Isadora

I don't know - did you think of me??

I'm glad it makes sense. Just go by taste and you can't go wrong! (Famous last words...) All of mine are done and cooling down.

Phil and Kris are now attempting to make some cookies that Phil made as a child. This should prove interesting as the recipe was in metric and my kitchen is not. (Ah, conversion tables are a wonderful thing!) And, I am taking pics of the event!

Hahahahaha.....Tis the season for typos......

Well that sounds like an interesting experiment. Rumour has it that when we switched over the metric, we almost crashed an airliner full of passengers. Good luck with that !

Well tonight is the piss up for a friend's retirement. So tomorrow I will try the lasagna....

Mine turned out quite well and Phil even liked it. How did it go for you, Q?? (Probably miserably since I'm not good with writing recipes...)

22. Posted by Gelli (Travel Guru 2457 posts) 9y

I didn't have anything traditional. Being (a) alone and (b) in the office most of the day [approximately, by choice] mean't that it didn't really seem worthwhile to do the proper cooking thing, especially Swedish style where even the smallest traditional "Julbord" - Christmas Table - would feed at least 27. So i had a microwave something for lunch, followed later by some chicken and potato gratting. Worked for me

[ Edit: Edited on Dec 26, 2006, at 7:06 AM by Gelli ]

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