Dec 25: Bahn Mi; Cheeses, Meats and Village Bread

Lunch

It’s not quite a Chinese meal, but a Vietnamese Bahn Mi is close, and was a good as it always is for $8.50 per serve.

Dinner

We call it a “grazing” meal where we nibble on a variety of cheeses and meats. Foodie Greg put together a platter of liverwurst, stilton, caramelized onion cheddar, grapes, dried apricots, truffled almonds and a Spanish style three meat platter with small amounts of salami, parma ham and chorizo.

With leftovers it’s hard to calculate the exact cost,  but we had more than we could eat for about $7.75 per serve.

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