12.27.2011

Christmas Eve Annual Dinner

 This year we continued our annual tradition of a gourmet, dress-up Christmas Eve dinner.
Due to activities that were planned with extended family for Christmas Eve, we had our family dinner one day early, on Friday. 
All mid-morning/afternoon the kitchen was filled the many bustling cooks preparing their various appetizers. 
I'll let pictures tell the story....
::Mexican Dip::
{Taylor}
 ::Pinwheels::
{Joshua}
 ::Chocolate Cream Puffs::
{Elizabeth & Chels}
 ::Garlic Pizza Wedges::
{Elizabeth & Chels}
 ::Chocolate Covered Goodness Balls::
{Mitchell-he made up this concoction so I'm just giving it a name that describes it =)}
 ::Chicken/Broccoli Cups::
{Mitchell&Hudson}
 ::Red Pepper Hummus::
{Denver}
 ::Bacon/Onion Stuffed Mushrooms::
{Chels}
 Veggie Tray
 ::Onion Rings::
{Carson}
::Raw Chocolate Gelatin Cheesecake::
{Allison}
 The table, laden with all things gourmet and scrumptious.
 The guys....
...and the girls
{more posts coming soon with pictures and highlights from the weekend!}

6 comments:

  1. Great pictures! Your table looks so nice!

    Merry Christmas!

    ~Annah~

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  2. Mmmmmmm... It all looks so good, especially the mushrooms!!!

    Looking forward to the pictures from your weekend!
    Emily

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  3. Mmm...it all looks delicious! =) (especially that chocolate-y cheesecake =) Looking forward to the upcoming posts!

    Blessings,
    Elizabeth

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  4. How wonderfully "fit" this looks:)

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  5. Merry Christmas! Your men all look very very nice and distinguished dressed up. And you ladies all look beautiful. God bless! Rebecca K.

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  6. This looks like a fun tradition...and not a good place to count calories, right, Allison?;)

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