BBQ and cornbread. Oh yes.
candide, exactly what I was thinking. (Stiff peaks are better for whipped cream anyway).
One more vote for beef stew. Mmmm.
Pasta, with a spicy, meaty sauce.
What Burger365 said.
Gummies of all sorts!
We never do a roast for xmas. Turkey and sometimes a ham to go with it.
Get a good knife and keep it sharp.
My pumpkin pie and my shortbread cookies always get rave reviews. :)
Chili lemon basil shrimp on Israeli couscous.
Potato chips. I cannot help myself.
@sobeck: link is above the picture.
Smoked meat on rye. With a pickle.
Also on the baguette train.
Tanqueray, Hendrick's, an Oloroso Sherry, another Sherry that I can only remember as a PX, Vodka, Lagavulin, Dalmore 12, MaCallan 15(?), Crown Royal, two other whiskeys I bought on a whim, mint liqueur, a dark rum, spiced rum, grand marnier, an xo Brandy, Blanton's, Maker's Mark, Patron silver, Don Julio silver, Don Julio anejo, 1800 (for guests), grappa...
I missed the Keith's suggestion. Don't even bother, unless you full on hate your mouth.
Bottom shelf Canadian beers:
Steam Whistle (awful)
Waterloo Dark (not bad)
The Moosehead suggestion is a good one, because it is just about as awful and corn-tasting as Steam Whistle.
Worst "meat" burgers on the market.
Their food makes me feel like my blood is thickening.
Every once in a while, you folks are some weird cookies.
Just like Grandma used to make.
But I also use it to hold my loose leaf recipes.