Lots of eggs and English muffins.
I wanted something on the healthy-ish side to counteract all of our holiday treats, so I turned to Well Plated's Chickpea Salad, which is super easy and pairs very nicely with avocado.
- Hubs made ham and a rib roast
- I made Creme De La Crumb's Beef Gravy
- SIL#1 & family brought veggies and rolls
- SIL#3 & family brought mashed potatoes and appetizers
- SIL#4 & family brought salad
- Everyone brought desserts and wine
I ended up cutting back a lot on my baking this year because work was just a little intense. And our cookie tray went walkabout sometime since last Christmas, so a 9"x13" had to stand in.
- S'mores bars (NOTE: if you make this, you MUST double the recipe, just trust me on that)
- Eggnog fudge
- Oreo balls (recipe: mix one box oreos + one box cream cheese in the food processor, let sit in the fridge to harden a bit and then scoop into balls, freeze the balls, dip in chocolate, and enjoy)
- "Pinterest Fail" cookies, I will not be sharing the link🙁
Hubs and I continued on our Hitchcock train, quite literally, with Strangers on a Train
As a family, we broke out the 80's movies. We saw the Rifftrax version of Predator and Weird Science.
In our house computers are only allowed in the family room or living room, so we aren't too worried about the stepsons trying to recreate the Weird Science experiment.
Still happily working on Rebecca by Daphne DuMaurier, it's been a long time since I've read it and I'd forgotten how good the writing is.
Another week, another jigsaw puzzle