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post #31 of 49
I don't remember the whole menu, dh offered to plan and cook! I know he's making a turkey breast, and stuffing muffins (a rachael ray recipe) not sure what else...I am, however, in charge of breakfast and snacks

I am thinking our usual devilled eggs, crabstuffed mushrooms, cream cheese and kalamata olive mix stuffed celery sticks, and some sugar free proscuitto.
post #32 of 49
we have pretty mucgh the same thing for christmas that we have for thanksgiving except for one thing. we don't have turkey we have ham
post #33 of 49
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Originally Posted by Chester&Piper
For dessert it'll be no-bake strawberry-rhubarb cheesecake. It's my grandmothers receipe and we make it every year.
Um....YUM!!!! recipe?? hehe
post #34 of 49
Pat, how do you make devilled eggs?
post #35 of 49
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Originally Posted by WellingtonCats
Pat, how do you make devilled eggs?
I am sure I do not have the best recipe, I just hard boil eggs, let them cool, peel, cut in half, remove the cooked yolk, mash with dry mustard to taste, salt and pepper and mayonaise, put the mixture back into the egg halves, sprinkle the top with paprika and enjoy
post #36 of 49
Oh they are what we call Curried Eggs, with or without the curry!
post #37 of 49
Even the thread title made my mouth water...I LOVE Christmas dinner!!

It's always really really hot and humid on Christmas Day here so we tend to try and keep things a little lighter, but still traditional. Christmas lunch is a much bigger deal in our family than dinner, which is a time when we're all usually stuffed full and traipsing off to some relatives or other for another feast!

We ALWAYS have: roast chicken and roast turkey, a beautiful cured leg of ham that my Mum does, roast potatoes, home made gravy, and lots of vegies. Occasionally if there's lots of family we have beef or lamb as well. We have Christmas pudding with custard or ice cream, Christmas crackers (before the meal of course so we can wear the hats and tell the lame jokes) and then tea or coffee.

And then we roll ourselves away from the table for an afternoon nap!
post #38 of 49
Every now and then we have a BBQ for christmas - considering of course it is Summer during Christmas!
post #39 of 49
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Originally Posted by WellingtonCats
Every now and then we have a BBQ for christmas - considering of course it is Summer during Christmas!
Yeah we usually have a BBQ for Christmas dinner depending on who's house it's at....with of course the traditional Backyard Test Cricket match to go along with it!
post #40 of 49
LOL awesome! I'd so much rather be outside enjoying the day then stuck inside in the freezing cold!
post #41 of 49
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Originally Posted by WellingtonCats
Oh they are what we call Curried Eggs, with or without the curry!
Well whatever one calls them, they are delish!
post #42 of 49
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Originally Posted by Pat & Alix
Well whatever one calls them, they are delish!
I could eat fifty curried eggs they are SOOOOO good!
post #43 of 49
LOL Sarah the trouble is if someone makes that many I will. MMMMMMMM!

Just what I feel like!
post #44 of 49
Fwan, don't eat any devilled eggs!
post #45 of 49
Ham, green bean cassarole, sweet potato suffle, macaroni and cheese, spinach dip, mashed potatos, rolls, christmas cookies, pumpkin pie, black forrest cake, i can think of all the rest! yumm i am hungry now!!
post #46 of 49
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Originally Posted by menagerie mama
Fwan, don't eat any devilled eggs!
Yeah, Fwan, especially right before your date!
post #47 of 49
I'm not sure what we are having for Christmas, sometimes Will and I go out to eat and sometimes we just make something at home. On Christmas Eve we're going out with my mom and dad to an Italian restuarant to eat.
post #48 of 49
This is going to be our first Christmas away from home so were going to be going over to one of Jeff's co-workers for Christmas dinner. We might have something at home just the 2 of us on Christmas Eve.
post #49 of 49
I'm having Christmas at my house this year. So far I think there is going to be 9 of us.Spiral ham with pineapple and brown sugar on it.. mashed potatoes,squash, turnip,peas, boiled onions,carrots,and home made biscuits.Apple,blueberry,chocolate creme,and lemon merange pies. Plus some cheese and cracker plates and veggie and dip plates. I have to have it on the table and ready to go by 12:45 my moms a nurse and she has to work Christmas day and has to be there at 2:45. So its going to be a hectic morning with opening presents cooking and setting up the table.
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