Wednesday, December 26, 2007

Christmas Dinners

After spending some time connecting with family and friends online and over the phone, Cam & I headed out for a Christmas adventure.

The Sushi place we'd planned to go to for lunch was only open for dinner but the Thai place across the street was open.

We hadn't been there before so we decided to try it out.

I had the baby coconut drink with slices of coconut in it.

The server asked if we wanted to start out with some fish cakes.

We said, "Why not?"

They were a bit ugly but the pretty, spicy sauce dressed them up a bit and they were tasty enough.

Cam ordered Phad Thai with prawns.

He was happy with it.

I had salmon with veggies and green curry.

The heart-shaped serving of rice was a nice touch.

After lunch, we went to the theatre in Mill Valley to see Juno.

Then, that evening, we enjoyed the vegetarian cassolee Cam made for dinner.

It was warm and nurturing.

Thanks for taking such good care of us, Cam.

We hadn't done a lot of shopping since we were on an eating out kick.

After dinner, Cam noticed we didn't have a dessert.

We did have chocolate chips.

I said I could make cookies but thought that Sam might like making them with me when he got home.

Cam decided to have some with peanut butter on a graham cracker.

I melted some and dipped nuts in it. It worked.

Happy Holidays.

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