Merry Christmas!

We’re on our way to pick up polish sausages and cheesecake at the Twin Cities’ famous east European deli.

Eggmaster wanted some traditional childhood favorites, so tonight we’re having:

Kielbasa

Pierogies

Lima Beans (that’s more for the girls, who love them)

Danish rice pudding with raspberry sauce

Tomorrow — yay hurray! — we’re going to a friend’s house for dinner, so I am bringing the cheesecake. I had already settled on a purchased dessert after 6 weeks without a dishwasher (yes, I know, none of the rest of you have ever had a dishwasher and you routinely prepare 12-course meals for 20 guests, so no need to comment to me about it . . . ), and I’ve had some kind of flu-like un-flu (I hope it’s un-flu, as I got a flu shot this year!) for the last 2 days. Better today — enough to venture out of the house, at least.

Merry Christmas to all Christmas-celebrators who read my blog, especially my blogger friends who’ve never met me in person but nonetheless (or perhaps, “therefore”) have offered our still-pretty-new-to-homeschooling family so many ideas and so much support this year. Truly, we are indebted to each of you, and we are so grateful. It would have been a very lonely, much less cheerful road without you.

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  1. Merry Christmas and Happy Pierogies!

  2. The sledding looked like a lot of fun for the girls.

    Merry Christmas to you and your family! My husband and my sister made potato and cheese pierogies and it took them all of Saturday afternoon. ( Both my mother’s parents were Polish. My husband’s ancestry is Norwegian & Danish, but he likes to cook.) For Christmas Eve dinner we had pierogies and regional favorites posole verde, enchiladas and salad. We set an extra place as my mother did.

    I hope you all had a wonderful day.

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