what's on your menu for Christmas? (or the holiday's)

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  1. mhsjax

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    Ok, so you are one town. Does that make it so for every town? NOPE.
     
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  3. zokaluse

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    As we don't have thanksgiving in the UK I can't wait for Christmas dinner as I do more things than I don't do for a standard Sunday dinner! :)

    Christmas eve this yr is all put favourite starters from our favourite Indian take away .. Saag paneer, Bombay aloo, samosas, chicken tikka, tandoori chicken, popadoms with mint sauce & mango chutney!

    Christmas day breakfast for everyone bar me is pan au chocolate & all of us will have a mini English breakfast.
    Christmas dinner will be roast turkey, mini sausage wrapped in bacon, stuffing , roast potato's, mashed potato's, cheese creamed leaks, carrots & swede mash, sprouts, roast parsnips with lashings of gravy, cranberry sauce & apple sauce (& Yorkshire puddings *** we all love them).
    Dessert will be Christmas pudding for mum, oh & DD and haven't decided for me & DS yet (we don't like Christmas pudding).
    Then early evening we'll have cold meats, salads, French bread & some mini hot food like pies, pizzas etc & lots of sweets & chocolate throughout the night!
     
  4. aprilgail2

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    We go out to eat but not burger king- we go to a restaurant to eat but not burger king, olive garden or anything like that!
     
  5. stargazer2892

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    Since we went to my parents for Thanksgiving it's our turn for Christmas. DH is feeling fancy so he's planning on roast duck, scalloped potatoes, green beans with almonds in a white wine sauce, a spinach salad with blu cheese, almonds, berries, with a berry vinaigrette, rolls with a herb compound butter, and a cheesecake of some sort.
    Its good to be married to a cook sometimes.
     
  6. DVC-Don

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    Prime rib.
     
  7. Tinker'n'Fun

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    Christmas Eve both children work at a local pizzeria, so they work. We then go to Church and pick up whatever we want from the pizzeria free of charge from the owner.

    Christmas Breakfast - egg casserole/french toast casserole.

    Throughout the day we nibble - cheese, pepperoni, fruit, etc.


    Dinner: For the first time ever I am hoping to make reservations for dinner. I am going to look around. I am just so tired this year after 2 days of Thanksgiving prep, I really want to enjoy Christmas Dinner. It is the only thing I am asking for.
     
  8. Poohforyou

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    I never said it was so for every town. You said it was sad that places were open & that 90% of America celebrates Christmas. I was simply refuting your claim with 1st hand knowledge.
     

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