As usual these days, the kids are not eager to get up. But eventually, we did the usual Christmas stockings and present opening.
Robin and Allie made our traditional Christmas Morning Lifesaver brunch dish. Scott made his more Japanese by having it with a glass of sake and orange juice.
Delicious looking prepared sushi for about $10.
Alcoholic drinks. We didn’t know what this was, so bought it since it was less than $3.00.
The vegetables here are expensive partly because they’re packaged instead of available in bulk.
Uber-expensive Wagyu beef was particularly packaged up.
Two sirloin steaks instead of turkey for Christmas. We can have turkey next year but we don’t think we’ll see Wagyu beef like this in Calgary.
Steak, mashed potatoes, gravy, salad, wine, sake, scotch and some awful stuff Robin brought from a North Korean shop in the DMZ. The Wagyu beef was incredibly rich, almost like eating foie gras or beef marrow. Just a little was filling. The five of us couldn’t finish two steaks, and if you see how much Robin usually eats, that’s surprising.