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Christmas Eve Restaurants… Anyone out there?

By stuart_clough 18 December 2012 25

This year it seems that Christmas eve coincides with a Monday.

It looks like every restaurant in town is closed for dinner, and most for lunch.

I am looking for a nice place to go with a group, and I am sure I am not alone – does anyone know of somewhere that is open for dinner, looking for quality food, with a couple of vegetarians to cater for.

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chewy14 5:42 pm 19 Dec 12

poetix said :

chewy14 said :

It’s the saltiness combined with the sweetness of the syrup that makes it good.

Have you ever had salted caramel? Delicious.

My husband and daughter both love salted licorice, which is a taste he inherited from his Dutch father. Personally, I think that it tastes like a runner’s armpits on the hottest day in summer, but to each his own. It is really something I can’t tolerate.

Salted caramel is bad too, though not as bad as salted licorice.

Fair enough, I won’t assault your tastebuds anymore.

poetix 5:35 pm 19 Dec 12

chewy14 said :

It’s the saltiness combined with the sweetness of the syrup that makes it good.

Have you ever had salted caramel? Delicious.

My husband and daughter both love salted licorice, which is a taste he inherited from his Dutch father. Personally, I think that it tastes like a runner’s armpits on the hottest day in summer, but to each his own. It is really something I can’t tolerate.

Salted caramel is bad too, though not as bad as salted licorice.

peitab 4:36 pm 19 Dec 12

chewy14 said :

poetix said :

Duffbowl said :

DrKoresh said :

Why not…

Make some pancakes?
Make some bacon pancakes!
You get some bacon and you put it in a pancake,
Bacon pancakes, that’s what you’re gonna make,
BA-CON PANCAAAAAAAKES!

Cold smoked bacon, stacked with light, fluffy flapjacks, with banana and maple syrup.

That sounds absolutely horrible. I’ve never understood the attraction of sweetness with bacon.

But I intend to have my first beer in nearly a year at Christmas. So roll on Christmas.

It’s the saltiness combined with the sweetness of the syrup that makes it good.

Have you ever had salted caramel? Delicious.

Plus, Bacon is its own food group and can be eaten at any time of day with anything else and always is fantastic.

+1
I vote we officially declare bacon a food group in all national health promotions.

chewy14 4:11 pm 19 Dec 12

poetix said :

Duffbowl said :

DrKoresh said :

Why not…

Make some pancakes?
Make some bacon pancakes!
You get some bacon and you put it in a pancake,
Bacon pancakes, that’s what you’re gonna make,
BA-CON PANCAAAAAAAKES!

Cold smoked bacon, stacked with light, fluffy flapjacks, with banana and maple syrup.

That sounds absolutely horrible. I’ve never understood the attraction of sweetness with bacon.

But I intend to have my first beer in nearly a year at Christmas. So roll on Christmas.

It’s the saltiness combined with the sweetness of the syrup that makes it good.

Have you ever had salted caramel? Delicious.

Plus, Bacon is its own food group and can be eaten at any time of day with anything else and always is fantastic.

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