Christmas Dinner

I’ve found that my photo-essay-style blog posts generate a lot of questions, but they do clear out my camera and make me feel less guilty about the back-log. Merry Christmas, everyone.

Much yumminess.

Much yumminess.

Lobster tails cooking on the grill early in the day.

Lobster tails cooking on the grill early in the day.

Good old U10 Scallops, seared and treated nicely.

Good old U10 Scallops, seared and treated nicely.

Bowl, or shrimp, or bowl of shrimp.

Bowl, or shrimp, or bowl of shrimp.

Duck season!

Duck season!

Someone's been watching Ace of Cakes or something, too.

Someone’s been watching Ace of Cakes or something, too.

Nice linens, nice plates, candles, and wine. What's not to like?

Nice linens, nice plates, candles, and wine. What’s not to like?

James Brown: The hardest-working man in show culinary business.

James Brown: The hardest-working man in show culinary business.

The Galley reset for a more formal meal.

The Galley reset for a more formal meal.

It's a harsh continent. Lobster again the next morning.

It’s a harsh continent. Lobster again the next morning.

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