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Just as this post went up, I noticed on the Yahoo search on my BlackBerry that “prime rib” was trending — has this become a typical Christmas dinner in the US? I lived in England for so long where turkey was the norm (there being no Thanksgiving) that I’ve rather lost touch with Christmas eating habits in my native land…
Actually, I think it’s pretty cool to mention your book as it sounds really interesting!
Mmmm…and now I’m craving prime rib rather than the turkey curry I’m about to make!
@Awanohara-san, If prime rib was trending for Xmas dinner as typical in the US, then maybe it’s all because of my husband. 🙂 I think people here, after having turkey for Thanksgiving a few weeks before, hanker for something new.
@Michelloui, thk you! We still have some prime rib leftovers if you’d like to come over. 🙂