Thursday, January 2, 2014

New Year's Eve Food!

Happy New Year, everyone!

Here's all the food we had on New Year's Eve. Just like Christmas Eve, we had a mix of Korean and Italian food. The kids loves Korean BBQ and my cousin always makes her delicious homemade shrimp pasta. Everything was delicious.

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Fruit platter with pineapple, grapes, cherries, apples and oranges.

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My homemade spinach and artichoke dip. Watch my video for the recipe.

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My cousin's homemade baked Korean spare ribs. Sooo delicious!

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My cousin's Prawns Buccatini in homemade Alfredo Sauce. She makes some kind of seafood pasta every year. This year, she used Buccatini, which is a
thick spaghetti like pasta with a hole running though the middle.

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Seaweed salad to go with the Korean spare ribs.

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A mix of Korean and Italian food? Sure, why not!

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Our favorite, Claim Jumper Crumbled Apple Pie. Sooo good!

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An assorted of desserts from Costco. I forgot the brand.

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12 grapes = 12 wishes

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New Year's Eve Food for HIM

Poor El Hubby Cakes worked on New Year's Eve while I celebrated it with my family. But before I left, I prepared a mini spread of his favorite food. We had our own mini celebration right before he went to work. I picked some sushi rolls from our favorite sushi spot in Torrance, shrimp cakes from S-Mart, a Korean Market, and his new favorite cream puffs from Costco. He loved everything!

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Haru Sushi 

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Shrimp Cakes from a local Korean grocery store. It has lots of shrimp in it.

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Happy New Year!!!


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