Sunday, December 25, 2011

Christmas Day 4-course Menu - Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner & Dessert (updated)

8.00am : Breakfast is served! Scrambled eggs with chives, topped with caviar. Served with smoked salmon, cherry tomatoes and sundried tomatoes. (Recipe here)


12.30pm: Time for lunch! Chunky mushroom soup with truffle oil and summer truffles. Served with garlic toast.



2.00pm: Snack time! Kids enjoy Marks & Spencer animal shaped butter biscuits while the adults enjoy the Maragato Hot Chorizo we got from Ben's Independent Grocer.



5.00pm: A good ol' roast for Christmas dinner. Roast rib eye with roast potatoes, brocolli, carrots and natural jus gravy.



8.30pm: A sweet ending to our Christmas day.  Deconstructed tiramisu.



9.00pm: Let's drink and be merry. Bacardi Gold for the boys and Baileys for the girls. And a chocolate peanut butter Santa for me. :)


It has been a fun-filled day, good food and great company. Hope you enjoyed following my liveblogging for the day. :) Merry Christmas once again.

*All recipes will be posted after Christmas day.

15 comments:

  1. merry christmas! that's a pretty looking breakfast:D

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  2. missyblurkit: Thanks! Merry Christmas to you too. What u having for Christmas?

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  3. gosh, you're so hardworking! i just woke up and now feeling ashamed of my laziness. the scrambled eggs look beautifully presented ... i definitely wouldn't mind them being served to me in bed! :D

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  4. Sean: Hehe thanks. Where u heading off to for your Christmas meal?

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  5. It'll be a home cooked meal at someone's place. All I have to do is buy and bring a bottle of wine, heh. Interesting-looking chorizo btw, I've never heard of that brand

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  6. Sean: It's from Astorga, Spain. The brand is Cecinas Pablo. We got this from Ben's Independent's Grocer.

    Hubby says its nice.

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  7. Nice work!! I also cooked 4-course meal but only for dinner. SOOO tiring! I'm exhausted now :P We should do a potluck one day! hehe Merry Christmas!

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  8. Merry Christmas to u! WOW!! So lucky to have u aye!! So nice of u cooking for them! :D:D

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  9. iamthewitch: Hehe it's our tradition to space out the meals throughout the day cos it's just too much to eat 4-course in one sitting (for us). Makes it easier for me too :) Merry Christmas to you too.

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  10. Caroline: Hehe thanks. For family, cook 10 course meal also can.

    Merry Christmas :)

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  11. a decent Christmas meal. Merry Christmas to you & family! =)

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  12. Wah! YOU cooked all that!! so impressive:)

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  13. christmas was chilling with family and friends.

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  14. Melissa: Thanks dear! Merry Christmas to you too.

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  15. Ciki: Hehe thanks. Did Cumi cook for Christmas Eve?

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