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, ┬ábut we had more than we could eat for about $7.75 per serve.

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