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Christmas Dinner - What do you fix for Christmas dinner and do you cook on Christmas Eve or Christmas day?

ShadowHeart 2008/12/21 15:43:09
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Traditional Ham
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  • tooner259 2009/12/01 21:01:46
    None of the above
    tooner259
    +1
    cold leftover pizza,and a ring ding.
  • ShadowH... tooner259 2009/12/01 23:18:10
  • tooner259 ShadowH... 2009/12/02 15:22:55
    tooner259
    +1
    a cream filled chocolate cupcake covered in a chocolate coating.
  • ShadowH... tooner259 2009/12/02 19:09:38
  • Alex 2009/02/18 21:34:27
    Other Meat
    Alex
    +1
    Ive been dying to get lamb for christmas and it worked out very well.
  • ShadowH... Alex 2009/02/18 21:38:28
  • Alex ShadowH... 2009/02/18 21:40:26
    Alex
    +1
    it is very yummy!
  • Pistol Pirate 2008/12/29 10:10:47
  • ShadowH... Pistol ... 2008/12/29 17:55:20
  • Janie 2008/12/26 16:45:15
    Other Meat
    Janie
    +1
    Usually veal, sometimes ham on Christmas Day. Nothing but goodies (appetizers) and fruit Christmas Eve.
  • ShadowH... Janie 2008/12/26 19:10:57
  • Cookiesboy 2008/12/24 04:42:44
    Roast
    Cookiesboy
    +1
    This year we got it from Costco. Hoping it'll taste good. :-D
  • ShadowH... Cookiesboy 2008/12/24 04:47:17
  • Lanikai 2008/12/22 18:53:40
    Traditional Ham
    Lanikai
    +1
    Because that is what my child requested. Until about 3 years ago we grilled steaks, portabellas and pineapples and had a salad, green beans, rolls and sometimes corn. Before we had a child we grilled steak and lobster tails with portabellas.
  • ShadowH... Lanikai 2008/12/22 21:31:51
  • Debbie 2008/12/22 11:57:17
    None of the above
    Debbie
    +2
    We do the Christmas Eve dinner. We have ham, shrimp, meatballs, desserts, mexican dip, chips, olives, pickles, and whatever else we throw in there. And maybe a little wine!
  • ShadowH... Debbie 2008/12/22 21:32:16
  • bipolaroid 2008/12/22 11:35:49
    Traditional Turkey
    bipolaroid
    +1
    i don't fix anything, i just eat it =D
  • sky blue pink - American 2008/12/22 11:30:48
    None of the above
    sky blue pink - American
    +2
    Used to go all out but now the kids are gone and it's just us. So we prepare anything that is quick and easy.
  • Ally 2008/12/22 10:51:17
    Traditional Ham
    Ally
    +1
    A traditional ham because its way to hot here to eat roast
  • JanieJones 2008/12/22 00:57:44 (edited)
    Traditional Ham
    JanieJones
    +1
    When I stay home I make a spiral sliced ham This year I want to eat at a restaurant -- my daughter's a vegetarian/vegan, so we'll probably just go to a fancy diner. Last time we ate out for Christmas she had a turkey dinner (before her veggie days) & I had a burger. Not very traditional for me, though her meal was, but it was nice being in NYC w/the streets empty.
  • bea~~woo's nana~~ 2008/12/22 00:33:40
    Traditional Turkey
    bea~~woo's nana~~
    +2
    Me and my sister and sister-in-law split up the cooking we have 23 people to cook for.
  • ShadowH... bea~~wo... 2008/12/22 00:43:23
  • Kate 2008/12/21 23:43:41
    None of the above
    Kate
    +1
    Fried Turkey and Dressing
    collard &/or turnip greens, green bean casserole
    candied sweet potatoes macaroni & cheese
    rutabaga turnips, yellow squash
    ambrosisa (aka citrus salad) relish plate with cranberry sauce
    Pecan pie pumpkin pie cherry nut cake
  • ShadowH... Kate 2008/12/22 00:44:59 (edited)
  • Kate ShadowH... 2008/12/22 00:54:19
    Kate
    +1
    Used to live in LA & TX but now live in NY. Fried turkey is the best. Flavor is remarkable and it only takes 3 minutes per pound t cook so is a lot quicker than baked. Only draw back is no drippings to make gravy so have to use the jar or pakaged kind. I've been frying turkeys for about 8 years now and never had one flame up on me even a little. Hardest part here in NY is keeping the oil temperature high enough since we fry it in the garage and our gartage is not heated. Gets pretty chilly in there when it is -15 outside. Think I may try putting space heaters in the garage this Christmas to see it that helps any.
  • prinzessin 2008/12/21 22:34:23
    Undecided
    prinzessin
    +1
    Christmas Eve is usually a fasting day, so dinner would be fish & potato salad. After Midnight, party time.Kielbasy, ham, cold cuts, cheeses, nuts, crackers, tv kielbasa. I'm getting hungry.
  • hairball 2008/12/21 22:34:02
    Other Meat
    hairball
  • Dwight Mann 2008/12/21 22:00:56
    Roast
    Dwight Mann
    +3
    We do the Prime rib thing. always more food than should be allowed

    roast prime rib food allowed
  • ShadowH... Dwight ... 2008/12/21 22:02:38
  • Kylie4USA 2008/12/21 20:46:37
    Other Meat
    Kylie4USA
    +3
    Roast Duck with a cranberry and walnut glaze
    sweet potatoes
    ricotta mashed potatoes
    garlic and butter sauteed string beans
    steamed veggies
    cranberry sauce
    dinner rolls
    and 3 different kinds of pies...usually Apple, Cherry and Pumpkin.
  • ShadowH... Kylie4USA 2008/12/21 20:48:36
  • Kylie4USA ShadowH... 2008/12/21 20:52:03
    Kylie4USA
    +2
    It is Shadow Heart....

    What are you having on this most special day?
  • ShadowH... Kylie4USA 2008/12/21 20:54:12
  • terr 2008/12/21 19:21:34
    Traditional Turkey
    terr
    +3
    I slow cook a turkey stuffed with traditional turkey slow cook turkey stuffed an old welsh family recipe dressing(ground beef /sage) Put it in Christmas eve. before midnight . Covered , 200 degrees for 12 hours. Then brown under the broiler . It's the best.
  • troy82 ... terr 2008/12/21 19:38:08
    troy82 - Christ is returning, Today!
    +2
    I did similar for thanksgiving - did it in my nesco, freeing up the oven for fixins! Covered with foil to keep in juices cuz lid allows moisture out... - falls off bone and juicy!
  • ShadowH... troy82 ... 2008/12/21 20:36:22
  • ShadowH... terr 2008/12/21 20:35:57
  • Kylie4USA terr 2008/12/21 20:53:44
    Kylie4USA
    +3
    YUMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMY, I feel like I've gained already,,,,,LOL
  • troy82 - Christ is returnin... 2008/12/21 18:57:17
    Roast
    troy82 - Christ is returning, Today!
    +2
    Christmas day -
    Prime Rib heavily seasoned and slow cooked allllllll day - like butter
    southern gravy made from drippings for over everything.....
    green beans almondine
    garlic mashed potatoes
    home made rolls
    baby portabella's, caramelized sweet onions and sweet baby red/ yellow/ orange peppers fried in butter w/ garlic
    haven't really thought about desert, but probably an apple pie.......

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