Sunday, December 26, 2010

Christmas at Salaryman's

As I was somewhat desperate to try and get a little Christmas atmosphere going, we invited over the in-laws and assorted related family over to the Salaryman household for a little Christmas party and some traditional Swedish Christmas food. I must admit that I'm a little proud of myself for the result and the time I put in the kitchen.

The Mother-In-Law proposed, through Mrs. Sunshine, to bring Sushi to the Christmas party to which I responded "No, I won't have my great Swedish table raped by invading Sushi, if she wants to bring something it has to match with the other stuff", expertly, this message was again filtered through the lovely Mrs. Sunshine and instead she brough a salmon salad which matched quite well with the other stuff.


Martin said...

It actually looked quite good. I am mildly impressed.

TheOctopus said...

Yes, looks tasty, but is it really a Swedish tradition to consume your firstborn for Yuletide?

aimlesswanderer said...

That looks like an impressive meal! The only warm food at Christmas lunch was the vegies. Cold meat and salad, how appetising.

My little brother's wife "translates"/filters out what he says to her parents too.

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