Sunday, 3 January 2010

Holiday Food

New Year's Eve - the eclipse of the moon.
Not a great photo, but spectacular.

We're still on holiday - eating, eating and more eating. No complaining, next week - back to work and boot-camp!

Our New Year's Eve Braai (BBQ), served with (amongst other things) a family favourite - Potato and Butternut Bake.

Mom always makes the trifle - Christmas and New Year would not be the same without it.


Marisa said...

Never thought of adding butternut to potato bake - looks yummy!

Kit said...

Love the picture of the moon! We spent our New Year's Eve dinner watching it out of the window for the eclipse too, but have only got a photo of it before the eclipse showed.

eatme_delicious said...

Mmm potato and butternut bake looks so good!

Cookie baker Lynn said...

It all looks delicious! Glad you had so much good food and fun (and golf) to enjoy.

Happy New Year!

Kasha said...

Such great photos and even more delicious food! I wish I had watched the moon! Please stop by if you can to enter in my giveaway.

Elle said...

Wonderful looking fare! Will have to try adding butternut to potato casserole...sounds great! A guest brought a gorgeous trifle to our Boxing Day bash...looked a lot like your Mom's. Custard on the bottom, fruit flavored gelatin, fruit and whipped cream. yummy!

Jeanne @ Cooksister! said...

Butternut AND potato AND cheese in one dish... now that sounds like a plan! All the best for a fabulous 2010 to you and your family!

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