Monday, December 26, 2005

Merry Christmas

May your Christmas be peaceful, loving and full of joy. To all the food lovers and bloggers out there, may it be full of food, drink and blogging. I want to see food porn!

Also, I am curious. If this were the last Christmas we might ever see, what dish or drink would you have? And why?

For me, I think it would be my mum's mutton curry followed very closely by my rosemary and thyme crusted roast lamb with a big ole cauldron of feuerzangenbolle. The mutton curry reason is explained in my Mutton Curry post. The roast lamb is because it was the first dish I cooked for myself on my first Christmas alone on my own. Since then it has been almost an icon of my own individuality and independence. Odd but true.

And feuerzangenbolle? Because if it is gonna be my last Christmas, I wanna be dead drunk. And it tastes so bloody good. That's why.

So come on guys, tell me what your dish/drink would be. I'd love to find out.

Peace and love, all.


Blogger 3A Gurl said...

Assam Fish Head (Peranakan Style), with loads of veggies in it, esp ladies fingers, complemented with more Ladies Fingers in Prawn Paste, Babi Pong Teh, Ayam Kapitan, and perhaps Peranakan style Achar to "cleanse" the palate during the meal. Drinks - Ginger Teh Tarik or maybe just scratch that and have a Hee Peow soup.

7:33 am  
Anonymous paz said...

Hmmm... Interesting question about the meal. Nothing really pops up in my mind. I can eat anything, really. Perhaps something from my top ten favorite foods that I blogged about recently. I wouldn't mind tasting the mutton curry you've mentioned. And anything to quench my thirst....

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!


3:57 pm  
Blogger MM said...

3A - Oy, Greedy! I said one dish and you came up with a whole buffet! LOL. Very Peranakan Christmas dish those.

Paz - your site is awesome! Merry X'mas and Happy New Year to you too!

8:57 pm  
Blogger 3A Gurl said...

Only one time a year will someone (bless them) slave in the kitchen for days on end. Okay,maybe also for Reunion dinner. So if I can "command" an excellent meal, whooo I come

9:55 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Cordon bleu chicken liver p√Ęte to start, followed by roast duck with a red wine and grape sauce (although that duck recipe you just published looks mighty fine), accompanied by mixed roast winter veggies and a good hearty red wine - although I am also a big fan of the Feuerzangebolle!.
Belated Merry Christmas Stephanie and a wonderful 2006 to you!

Your Scottish pal in San Diego, Graeme

4:16 am  
Blogger MM said...

Graeme baby! Missed you terribly and so glad we got to chat last night. I had liver pate for starters last night but it was just mediocre. Next time we meet, let's indulge!

11:13 am  

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