Honey Roast Duck on Rice

Nuvita Biscuits

Duck is scary for most people to cook because of the fat, but it is so delicious! Save the oil it makes and use it in other recipes


  • 2 portions of cooked rice
    2 duck legs or breasts
    1 tsp brown sugar
    1 tsp five-spice powder
    1 tsp ground Szechuan pepper
    1 1/2 tbsp honey
    1 shallot
    1 tbsp tamari or dark soy sauce
    2 tbsp soy sauce
    1/2 cup water
    greens of your choice


1. Rub the skins of the duck with the mixture of sugar, five-spice powder and Szechuan pepper. Leave for 15 minutes or so. Preheat oven to 190 deg celcius.
2. In a dry frying pan, place duck skin side down and cook over medium heat for skin to crisp. The fats from the duck will be expelled by the heat so there really is no need to add any oil.
3. Place duck skin side up in a roasting tin and add 1 tbsp of the fat into the tin. Mix 1/2 tbsp honey with the same amount of water and brush on the duck skin. Place in oven to cook, around 25 – 35 minutes depending on how well you like the meat. When done, drain off all the oil and let the duck sit in a warm place for about 10 minutes before cutting.
4. In the meantime, reserve about 1 tbsp of duck fat in the pan and add sliced shallots to cook over a low heat. When shallots are very soft, add soy sauce, rest of the honey and water and bring to boil. You can add some cornstarch to thicken the gravy, or just leave it as it is.
5. Boil greens and chop up finely.
6. To assemble, top the rice with the greens, thinly sliced duck meat and some gravy.



Recipe Comments

  1. posted by Dom L on Mar 15, 2013

    i need a 3 course menu for my bar i have done one making it quite varied but what i would like, if threes a chef on here is to make a dirt cheap highly decorated meals using things that are easily available as in france they run out of things a lot (salads herbs)my email is laustephens@yahoo.co.uk if you can help after posting an answer i will if its ok email you the menu i did and move on from there thanks

  2. posted by Kaylla on Mar 15, 2013

    Having a dinner party in two weeks time and just putting together a menu. There will be lots of people from my boyfriends work place attending so im a little nervous. Ive done lots of dinner parties but only for close friends and family, so i feel out my comfort zone, my boyfriend says not to worry, but i do. Please let me know what you think!!

    Starters (all of which will be quite small)

    spiced wine marinated duck on olive oil mashed potato.

    Garlic and chilli king prawns served on warm bruschetta

    Squid and mussel risotto with saffron

    thinly sliced chicken breast with a plum and blueberry glaze


    Skewred prawns, sworfish and scallops served on wild rice

    Belly of pork served with stewed apple dressing on a bed on red cabbage and crispy roast potatos

    Rack of lamb with dauphinose potatos


    Messy berry chesecake with honey biscuit base and your own jug of warm compote (im not going to do the chessecake in slices im going to serve it in a glass with all the layers messy)

    Old english puddings, a miniature platter of individual apple crumble, jam roly poly and spotted dick, with cream or custard (ill make the puddings as small individual cakes and them serve them together on a plate)

    Warm chocolate fondue cakes with a scoop of home made vanilla ice cream ( the cakes are firm and light on the outside with runny chocolate once you reach the center)

    Mixed cheese board with an assortment of crackers grapes and olives.

    Please let me know what you think, i cannot change the entire menu, but suggestions will help. I know sea food is widely liked amongst the males that attending so i used that information to my advantage. There are no vegitarians so i did not need to worry about that.

    Obviously i will word it better in the real menu.

    Also will be a selection of wines and cocktails. And liqueurs and coffees at pudding
    Must apologise for the spelling mistakes i have made above! did not have spell check on so only noticed upon reading the menu back to myself! will be sure not to include them when i print my menus lol

  3. posted by sean on Mar 16, 2013

    for a monday, wednesday, and friday

  4. posted by Scorch Delta-62 on Mar 17, 2013

    im doing a project so need many different foods please!

  5. posted by Ryan Dunn on Mar 17, 2013

    It’d be my first time making Duck. I love the taste of it though, and especially thai flavors. I don’t want to do any simple orange recipe, but if you have a really great one I’d consider it. I’m hoping to make it for a family dinner.

  6. posted by crzyinluv on Mar 17, 2013

    I cannot find malt syrup in any of the local grocery stores, and a brewery center is nowhere even close to me. I’m using the malt syrup to make bagels (2 tsp in the recipe, and 2 tbsp in the water to boil) – can I use brown sugar (granulated) or cane syrup to substitute? Does anyone know how much I would use to substitute those amounts (2 tsp and 2 tbsp)?
    Or, is there anything else I can use to substitute malt syrup in this recipe?

  7. posted by Jack Bauer on Mar 17, 2013

    I’m looking for some kind of easy dessert type item to make with the left-over brown sugar I have from when I made my Christmas ham. Does anyone have some good ideas or recipes for a fairly simple items, like a no bake pie or cheesecake?
    Lots of good ideas. Thanks all. Will choose best answer in the morning

  8. posted by nick s on Mar 17, 2013

    I want to make a crunchy cookie. My cookies are usually soft, as I have a love for dark brown sugar.

    My usual recipe is:
    2 sticks of softened butter
    2 eggs
    1 ¼ cups dark brown sugar
    1 tsp vanilla extract
    1 tbsp milk
    3 cups of flour
    1/3 cup granulated sugar
    1 tsp. salt
    1 tsp baking soda
    1/8 tsp cinnamon
    1 ¼ cups semi-sweet chocolate chips
    1 cup pecans

    But I figured I’d just switch the sugars. 1 1/4 granulated and 1/3 dark brown sugar.
    I also was going to just use the egg yokes.

    I’ve also read about putting corn syrup in the cookie.

    What do you do to make a cookie crunchy?

    A bit of a BQ:
    P.S: I’m thinking of making ice cream sandwiches with these cookies.
    Ice cream that has Godiva liquor in it. (I planned on putting it all in the blender..treating it like a milkshake…but thickening it possibly with cake batter or cookie dough and then freezing it again before putting it on the cookies)
    Your opinion is very welcome as well, as this is my first time ever making chocolate chip cookie ice cream sandwiches.

    Cheers :)

  9. posted by Michael K on Mar 18, 2013

    She is vegetarian because her stomach does not handle meat well.

    Also, I want to keep the lunches interesting…I don’t want to feed her the same foods every week.

    Vegetarianism shouldn’t be a punishment for her, so I would like to make it nutritious and tasty!

  10. posted by Beavis on Mar 19, 2013

    My four year old son’s classroom is learning about different cultures and the parents are asked to bring in a food item from either mexico, germany, jamaica, france, spain, or any other foreign country. I’m all for that, but everything has to be store bought, (school policy), I am having trouble coming up with an idea. Any kid friendly ideas are greatly appreciated!

  11. posted by borabora5524 on Mar 19, 2013

    I have this really awesome chocolate chip cookie recipe but I have a friend that is diabetic. This recipe has a lot of sugar and other web sites don’t actually use the recipe they just say how to adjust individual ingredients not related to a whole recipe. I’m planning on making them again soon but I don’t want my friend left out. Thanks so much for the help.

    2 sticks butter – cold and cut into cubes
    1/2 cup granulated sugar
    3/4 cups light brown sugar
    3/4 cups dark brown sugar
    2 eggs
    3 cups flour (you may need slightly less or more)
    1 & 1/2  tsp salt (I prefer sea salt)
    2 tsp cornstarch
    1 & 1/4 tsp baking powder
    1/4 tsp baking soda
    2 cups chocolate chips
    1 cup walnuts or pecans (optional)

  12. posted by stephen m on Mar 20, 2013

    fine chinese cooking. duck question?
    I was in Hongkong recently, and had a pretty fantastic duck.

    The outside was crispy, like a peking / roast duck.

    The gravy however, was cooked INSIDE the duck.
    The waiter pulled a cork out of the duck, and the gravy poured out. The gravy was pretty bleeding fantastic.

    Does anyone know the name of the duck?
    Or have a recipe?
    It’s not peking duck, it sounded something like “gua lor ar”.

  13. posted by Jerosh Nagulachandran on Mar 20, 2013

    doing a tour of france for a stay-cation with my hubby, we are making a french onion soup but not sure what to serve with it? he’s a meat eater and a meal without meat is not a meal apparently :) we don’t eat pork so anything like that wont work. ill take appetizers too. thanks!

  14. posted by diggn4richez on Mar 20, 2013

    My favorite food in the world is the red BBQ pork that you get from the Chinese shops where they hang ducks in the window. How do you make it yourself? Will it taste as good as the stuff you buy from restaurants?

  15. posted by Cupcakerum on Mar 21, 2013

    What some things inside the Mongolian Beef, Szechuan Chicken, and Hunam Shrimp?
    How to make it? If you don’t know how to make them, just give me a list of materials.
    Please give me detail–List all the vegetable name is perfect. Thank you.

  16. posted by Zack Faria on Mar 21, 2013

    We had a bunch of older male muscovy ducks butchered. Need some good recipes for them. Esp. ones that will make them come out more tender. Have about a dozen so also looking for a nice variety. Thanks!

  17. posted by Alex on Mar 22, 2013

    Additonal inquiries. How long were you able to get your visa? What is yourtravel agency? How was your exam, I mean, is it easy to locate pearson vue? I’m desperate. Thank you so much.

  18. posted by David on Mar 22, 2013

    … and why is it your favorite?
    Is it something you normally eat at a restaurant or is it something you make at home?
    (You can even post a recipe if you want.)

  19. posted by zaclo on Mar 22, 2013

    I see questions about ground peppers and they all have some response about them not being spicy. I am referring to the spicy crushed red pepper flakes you find at pizza places and actual spicy ground Cayenne pepper. Is the a noticeable difference in taste, level of spice or whatever.
    Are they not both used to just spice up the food?

  20. posted by DuckieM10 on Mar 23, 2013

    Is it pink? link chinese style roast pork? is it oily? thanks.

    or do different take aways cook chinese style roast duck differently?
    i know duck is oily when cooked but i mean is MORE oil added (as in poured over it) so more oily than normal duck?

  21. posted by davemc74656 on Mar 23, 2013

    I do just about everything, and yes he is at the top of the friendship list but it still only shows one heart. Here is my daily schedule:

    -I get up, water my plant and talk to him a LOT on the way to work until the only thing he starts saying is “Are you doing well?” or something like that.

    -Once the Sundae Inn opens I buy him an Herbal Tea which he loves

    -I work at the clinic part-time to improve the relationship

    -Once he leaves I give him the tea and he says it’s perfect

    – And then I attempt to talk to him even more although he keeps on saying the same thing.

    Am I doing something wrong? Shouldn’t it be at least 3 hearts by now or something?

    Also, does anyone have any tips for making money when you can’t even afford a hammer to mine yet? I do 2 part time jobs and am currently only growing a turnip, and I buy him a herbal tea everyday (105G) in order to attempt to improve our relationship

  22. posted by JackReynolds on Mar 23, 2013

    I always get the same things to eat from the chinese restaurant, I like chicken sweet and sour, chow mein and orange chicken – what do you think would be a good new thing to try?

  23. posted by Derek on Mar 23, 2013

    Long story short, I have a project due in Chinese class tomorrow, and in it I need to include some SOUTHERN Chinese staple foods. I’m not looking for popular dishes so much as what meats, vegetables, fruits, and etc. are popular there. Thank you so much!

  24. posted by Seth on Mar 24, 2013

    I try and cook a different main meal every week day but my partner has gone off some of them and I need some other ideas. So if you’re up for sharing ideas maybe other people like me and need more ideas. I enjoy cooking and am a veggie so always have to do meat on side for partner or we have veggie mince in dishes. Also am trying to find fuller meals that are low fat fish & veg gets so boring.

    Spaghetti Bol
    macaroni cheese
    ratatouille – gone off
    coq a van – gone off
    stir fry ( chow mein sauce )
    salmon and honey & mustard sauce – he doesn’t like the sauce as he hates vinegar and the dressing has it in
    meat & veg / fish & veg
    cawl – vegetable soup with meat added
    chicken supreme
    Tuna neopolitian pasta
    pasta bake

  25. posted by Squall Leonhart on Mar 24, 2013

    sports bar for dinner. What would be under 300 calories? I was thinking a turkey burger w/ just ketchup on a bun. heres the rest of the menu and im not a big fan of salads or soups or things w/ alot of vegetables or seafood…
    Dozen little necks, onion, garlic, & jalapeños

    with honey mustard sauce

    Mike’s original, Honey BBQ, or Teriyaki

    4 Jumbo shrimp & zesty cocktail sauce

    With honey mustard sauce

    -NACHOS 7.50
    Topped with chili, cheddar, Jalapeños, salsa, & sour cream

    With marinara sauce

    -BAKED CLAMS 6.95
    In the shell topped with bacon

    Smothered in sautéed onion & served with sour cream

    -CLAMS ON THE 1/2 SHELL 6.95
    1/2 dozen little necks & cocktail sauce

    Fried boneless chicken tossed in our famous wing sauce

    -MINI TACOS 6.50
    served with salsa & sour cream


    Served in a bread bowl

    with cheddar and onion add 1.00




    -GREEK SALAD 4.95
    -HOUSE SALAD 3.95
    -CAESAR SALAD 4.95
    The above salads are available in an Entrée size for an additional 4.00


    Grilled chicken & Portobello mushroom, over mixed greens with balsamic vinaigrette

    Glazed walnuts, Crasins, gorgonzola, & raspberry vinaigrette over mixed greens


    Flounder filet with homemade blueclaw crabmeat stuffing served Cajun or Scampi style, With vegetable and your choice of potato

    1/2dozen lightly breaded gulf shrimp served with french fries and coleslaw

    Fresh beer battered cod served with fried potato chips and coleslaw

    Flounder, shrimp, homemade crab cakes, french fries, and coleslaw


    -SHEPHARD’S PIE 12.95
    Ground beef, lamb, and sausage mixed with vegetables in a natural gravy, baked in a mashed potato crust

    -CHICKEN POT PIE 12.95
    Juicy chunks of chicken and fresh vegetables baked in a tender flaky crust

    Served with stuffing, mashed potato, gravy, cranberry sauce, and vegetable

    Slow roasted top round beef smothered in rich brown gravy, Served with mashed potato and vegetable


    Slow Roasted duck with a garlic orange glaze served with rice and vegetable

    Served with coleslaw and french fries

    Original Mike’s Chicken grilled with our wing sauce, Teriyaki style, or Cajun Blackened, Served with vegetable and your choice of potato


    All of the above served with pasta of the day

    Pasta layered with ricotta and mozzarella cheese with meat sauce


    -20 oz. PORTERHOUSE STEAKS 21.95
    Mike’s Marinated
    Cajun Blackened
    French dipped
    All of the above served with vegetable and your choice of potato

    -16 oz. NEW YORK STRIP STEAK 19.95
    Char-broiled sirloin with a rich brown gravy, Served with vegetable and your choice of potato

    Tender skirt steak charbroiled to your preference, Served with vegetable and your choice of potato


    All served with dill pickle chips and choice of potato salad, macaroni salad, coleslaw, onion rings, french fries, or waffle fries

    In our own special marinade

    -MOON BURGER 7.50
    Topped with mushrooms & mozzarella

    -PIZZA BURGER 6.95
    Topped with Marinara and Mozzarella

    Topped with sautéed onion and cheddar

    -CAJUN BURGER 7.50
    Our famous wing sauce, sautéed onions, and cheddar



    -HAMBURGER 6.50



    All served with dill pickle chips and choice of potato salad, macaroni salad, coleslaw, onion rings, french fries, or waffle fries.

    Lean thin sliced roast beef on homemade garlic bread topped with mozzarella cheese

    Grilled or fried chicken cutlet on homemade garlic bread topped with mozzarella

    Juicy grilled steak on our homemade garlic bread topped with mozzarella cheese


  26. posted by floydian8717 on Mar 24, 2013

    – preferably with easy-to-find ingredients.

  27. posted by Roflcopter on Mar 25, 2013

    Other than Limp Bizkit and Salt N Pepa, and Red Hot Chili Peppers, what else?

  28. posted by Motordom on Mar 25, 2013

    I need to write a paragraph about the kinds of food people (from peasants to kings and queens) ate in Medieval Europe. I DON’T HAVE ENOUGH INFORMATION!!! Can someone please help me out?
    It can be anything to do with food. Drinks as well if possible.

  29. posted by Wooooody on Mar 25, 2013

    And if anyone else has healthy chinese recipes for chow mein, could they give me the recipe please?

    Thank you so much in advance!

  30. posted by Agent 47 on Mar 25, 2013

    Do you agree with the food selection for your sign?

    Aries: blackberries, chili, curry, garlic, onion, pepper, pineapple, radish, and spicy dishes such as Mexican or Indian.

    Taurus: Apples, beans, cinnamon rolls, pears, spinach and spearmint.

    Gemini: Licorice and nuts.

    Cancer: Cucumbers, dairy products, melons, pumpkin and squash.

    Leo: Honey, peppermint, rice, walnuts and citrus.

    Virgo: Carrots, cereals, licorice, potatoes and wheat.

    Libra: Almonds, apples, chili, mustard, pepper and all berries.

    Scorpio: Asparagus, banana, cayenne pepper and onions.

    Sagittarius: BBQ, cinnamon, leeks, marshmallows, onions, turkey and bulb veggies (i.e. fennel)

    Capricorn: Beets, malt, meats, pasta, salt and spinach.

    Aquarius: Soufflés, dried apricots, kiwi, sunflower and raisins.

    Pisces: Cucumbers, lettuce, melons, sparkling water and roast duck.


  31. posted by lcollier93sbcglobalnet on Mar 25, 2013

    Chinese food that does not need to be fried. Our favorites are:
    -Genereal Tso’s Chicken
    -Fried Rice
    -Pad Thai (even though its not chinese)
    -Lo mien
    -Sweet and Sour chicken
    -Spring rolls
    -Pot stickers

  32. posted by nasty1 on Mar 25, 2013

    What are some foods in ancient Egypt and what are some food in modern egypt

  33. posted by stephen m on Mar 25, 2013

    i’m 15 years old and am relatively good at cooking i just went duck hunting with my grandfather and we have a few ducks some breast and a goose. well i am looking for a simple duck recipe that wouldn’t to hard to make doesn’t have 3,000 ingredients and taste delicious. We tried deep frying one it wasn’t to bad i just didn’t like it. I would like to know how to make a soup/stew using duck and maybe how to make a good duck meal in the oven. Thank you!

  34. posted by Salam on Mar 25, 2013

    and are they the same as cayenne pepper?

  35. posted by everydayGuitarist on Mar 25, 2013

    okay so this past saturday my boyfriend and i went to this chinese restaurant we been there a few times.the first 3x we went the food we always ordered was really good. we usally order 3 dishes.roast duck, the house special fried rice and a new dish from the menu.we dnt normally eat there unless we were in town.bt after the 2x we been there the food hasnt been good and the service always sucked so bad.bt we love the food.i figure we try it one more time.that day we went it was so busy.bt it always has been busy they were known for best restaurant at whr i live.so it was busy it didnt take us long to be seated the the guy gave us our menu. 20 mins after someone still didnt come and take our order bt i see other workers walking back and forth catering to everyone else.so i was like excuse me when some one past by so finally they took our order.when our food came the fried rice was oily, the roast duck was dry and burnt. and then we were waitig for our honey shrimp walnut.i was wondering what took so long so i had to ask like 3x how long more for the shrimp they would say ill check bt wouldnt come back to tell us.i was about to cancel it then it finally came.and the shrimp sucked!!! idk why mostly everyone on yelp said it was good.well it wasnt i had better ones. plus they didnt even refill our water i had to keep asking if we could have a refill.so anyways we were about to leave and i paid up front btw.i had to do alot of errands that day so when we ate i wanted to just relax.the guy gave me our changed and i forgot i gave them $5 from the change he gave me bt i didnt realized it till after. so when i went back to the car i counted my money and realized i was missing the 5 so i went back and told him so he say sorry about that then next thing you know he like literally yelled at me saying i gave you exact change you gave me $5 tip i was embaressed and ashamed he yelled and people looked and idk what to tell him so i was like no that 5 was from my own wallet he gave me the $5 and started yellin in chinese and shaking his head…so i walked out feelin like shi** already. i really felt embaressed and now idk if i can go back…i know my boyfriend would probaly wanna go back bt i wouldnt after that service and the food. the one thing im worried about is what if i go back and they banned me from the place.my boyfriend was mad at me too because you know he said its just $5…
    i couldnt help to think about it this past weekend and idk what to do its like in my conscience feeling so emarassed and ashamed.

    pls give me advice i think its stressin me out.

  36. posted by whitesoxfan2347 on Mar 25, 2013

    My mom just got a whole lot hot peepers, they are mixed peppers. I wouldn’t be surprised if you never heard of hot wax peppers or holy moly peppers. But if you know a recipe that uses those peppers it would be great if you could leave it below.

  37. posted by Ev dog on Mar 25, 2013

    I know how to make chow mein (stir fried noodles) and fried rice. Are there some more delicious chinese dishes to make?
    If you know the recipe please write it for me.

    chinese dishes* i wrote wrong sorry

  38. posted by jdfan on Mar 25, 2013

    It comes in a little pot, with soy and rice vinegar next to it.
    You mix it all together and it makes the sauce for the dumplings?
    Its not cayenne pepper, i thought it might be kouchu garu(not sure on spelling) but cant findinfo on it

  39. posted by Alun J on Mar 25, 2013

    I work with a bunch of hunters!! One of them gave me a wild pheasant. Anyone have a good recipe? I’ve never worked with pheasant before. Thanks in advance.

  40. posted by heavenly sword on Mar 25, 2013

    How similar is the type of food that one would see in American Chinese restaurants or buffets to what people actually eat in China? Is it a completely Americanized creation, only representative of some regions in China, etc etc…

  41. posted by Shay H on Mar 25, 2013

    Forget about money. If you could do anything anywhere for your wedding, reception, and honeymoon, what would it be? Big and fancy? Small and intimate?

  42. posted by Xavier Hawthorne on Mar 25, 2013

    do you like food? and who ever has the longest answer with words not just you keeping enter a million times i will give five stars.
    hahahahahahaha you people don’t want to play!!!! but you get 10 points if you do!!!!!!!
    oh yeah these are the kind of foods i like!
    lasagna’ nachos’ i don’t really like pizza my dad gets it every Friday’ i like chicken pop pie!’ i like chicken parmigian’ eggplant parmigian’ all kinds of food!

  43. posted by everythingisgonnabefine on Mar 25, 2013

    I’d rather get married in either June or October. :) It would be a smaller wedding, and outside. I’m not engaged, or even in a relationship, but I’m feeling kind of romantic today. 😀

    You can include anything, from your dream wedding dress to your ideal honeymoon setting. I’m just curious! 😀

  44. posted by arronwrath on Mar 25, 2013

    I need to know about Tangerine’s, Manderins, satsumas, oranges & Clementines and what the difference beween them is as well as knowing if there are collectively Oranges or citrus fruits?

  45. posted by Random on Mar 25, 2013

    I just bought my first WOK and I’m looking forward to cooking Chinese and Tai food.

  46. posted by lcollier93sbcglobalnet on Mar 25, 2013

    I have a few pounds of roasted duck meat but no recipes that use it. I made a curry dish with some of it but I am the only one in the house that likes curry so I need another idea for the meat. The duck was pre roasted and stuffed but I peeled all the meat off of the bones and tossed the stuffing and then froze the meat. So, does anyone have any good recipes that call for pulled duck meat? Thanks in advance.

  47. posted by evil chevy on Mar 25, 2013

    i’m trying to find something that tastes authentic, or at least something you’d order from a restaurant.

  48. posted by joevsyou on Mar 25, 2013

    When I say ‘texture’ I think about that slight lack of fluidity, like a very little bit creamy but still light. I guess is some thickener agent but have no idea which is and how is it prepared.

  49. posted by Jeremy Xargor is my gamertag on Mar 25, 2013

    What are good idea’s for a Reception Dinner?

    What are the in’s and outs of finger foods?

    What are the best things you have ate at a dinner reception?

  50. posted by Splash Log Level 2 Again on Mar 25, 2013

    I found a baby duckling at the local pond. It was abandoned and was going to die anyways, so I figured I would take it in and feed it until it got big enough to eat. I figured I could (humanely) kill it and make some tasty duck recipes. Anyone have any good ones?

  51. posted by borabora5524 on Mar 26, 2013

    Basically, I want to become a vegetarian, because I disagree with the idea people slaughtering them.
    So, could anybody tell me what should & shouldn’t vegetarians eat & drink? Please?

  52. posted by xiM Clutch on Mar 26, 2013

    The bottles they sell in Chinatown are really inferior quality.

  53. posted by Gage on Mar 26, 2013

    I’m having a gorgeous spicy Indian kidney bean curry and some spicy battered chicken tika wings ^_^

    last new years eve me and the miserable lot (the family) drove to a good chinese restraunt, actualy one of the best (its in the top #40 in England) and ate there, came home and had drinks.

    So thats my ‘last dinner’ i think, of 2009. well i dont think, i know.

    so whats gonna be YOUR last dinner of 2009 ?
    loolz…love to hear from some of the EPL regs on here.
    Australia ? where is that ?

  54. posted by Austin on Mar 26, 2013

    I am having 50 people over for the entire day and I need to plan a menu, please give me some ideas, I want appetizers, 5 deserts, main course, finger foods plenty… and whats should be the drink of the day?
    Thanks guys!!

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