Nice to hear from you. Your menu sounds wonderful. That pie especially.
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I'm glad you had such a wonderful Christmas. I have the same problem as you do. I have two, untouched, cheesecakes sitting in the refrigerator. There was too much other food and no one was up for dessert. Everyone is going on diets this week so Kramer may end up having some tasty treats.
Take care and a happy New Year.
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It's good to hear from you, Steve. Your dinner sounds delicious, and I'm sure it will be no problem to finish off those desserts today.
I also had a fabulous dinner complements of my brother and his wife. Melt in your mouth prime rib, baked stuffed potatoes and green beans followed with a delicious slice of Kahlua chocolate cake that my niece made.
I'm glad that you had your loved ones around you to share the day with also.
Gosh I wish I was invited to your dinner-----all of it sounds wonderful
Cheers to you and your family-- nice to hear from you too
I must admit the the dessert I made for Christmas eve was the highlight of my meal---thanks to Mgram---and her posting her dinner menu---and Paula Dean's---------double chocolate gooey butter cake----
Cheers and a very happy and peaceful New Years to you and your family