Monday, December 26, 2005

Day after Christmas

We have an annual tradition in our family that is now 34 years old. Each year, between Christmas and New Year's Day, we go out for a family dinner. The day and time depends upon the schedules of the 15 people involved. This year we decided to have a late lunch at The Ripe Tomato in Malta, New York. Everyone, from age 18 months to 60 years, loved the food. The highlights were the "boneless chicken wing wraps" and "triple chocolate pound cake" with ice cream. A great family place with reasonable prices.

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