1.08.2008

homage to prime rib

Christmas dinner was DE-LI-CIOUS. My dad knows how to do a prime rib right! Stuffed with garlic cloves and rubbed with a salt crust and cooked medium rare - that is some good meat!

Kristopher's family made it up to the house finally Christmas afternoon and we all hung out all day. As you can tell from these pics we never got ready (classic). Christmas day started and ended too fast but was great.



7 comments:

The Hunters said...

Love all of your posts. So sorry about your Grandpa but awesome story about his wife. It looks like you had an amazing Christmas and your wedding picture is beautiful. Happy New Year!

Samantha said...

I love looking at your blog. you and Steve look like you are doing great.
Sorry to hear about your grandpa!

Kristen said...

Dude, wish I could have been in the Falls for Christmas. The Olsons' know how to have a party. Ah yeah....

The Barnos said...

I'm glad you guys had a great Christmas! Isn't family the best? And I can't believe teh snow you had! We just don't get it that often in NJ, which if fine, except I'd like a white Christmas!

mwaymo said...

Looks like you guys had a great Christmas! Now I see where you get your talents from!

The Keetch Family said...

Looks like so much fun! I'm glad you got to see some snow finally. I love all the gold....such a pretty table setting.

Scott and Tangi Larsen said...

so many fun pictures. you are soo good! I love the pjs. Well sorry we missed you in IF, i think that we passed you all at the movie theather seeing National Treasure. Anwyway it was fun to see you. We need to do it more often. :)