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Christmas Dinner.

I was always having my Christmas dinner on Christmas eve. Christmas on the sabbath kind of limits what you can do. I know the purpose of Christmas, but y'know ... there's always swimming on Christmas. Weather says it's going to be a mild day much like today, which maxed out at 22°c, so swimming wise, it's OK.

I've always loved the Asian cuisine. We went a bit overboard for three people and we haven't even had dessert yet.

Merry Christmas Internets.


Unknown said…
Merry Christmas to you and yours-we've both enjoyed your blog for the past 12 months or more- Nothing as flash as Asian just plain old Hangi followed by trippies for desert !!-- Uncle and Auntie R & Q
Melissa said…
Looks amazing. Merry Christmas.

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