whats for xmas dinner

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  1. BETH

    BETH Well-Known Member

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    i am having ham:)
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    Country ham seems to be traditional in my family. Probably some of the usual sides like mashed potatoes and biscuits. Also petits fours and homemade cookies.
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  3. BETH

    BETH Well-Known Member

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    PETIT FOURS?
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    Prizefighter New Member

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    Sure. Who doesn't like those?

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  5. BETH

    BETH Well-Known Member

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    what is it?
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    Basically a little 1"x1" layer cake. Swiss Colony or Hickory Farms sells them. I've got them each year at the holidays for some time now.
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    Ham , and i got a turkey breast this year ( i actually bought meat!!!) just the breast with the skin on there'll only be myself and whoever drops by over the next couple days the kids are doing the main Christmas dinner this year :D :D :D so just enough Christmas snackings to go round really

    but i'm making caramel cheese cake for dessert
  8. BETH

    BETH Well-Known Member

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    nice Jack and Prize think i was having a senior moment???????
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    Spiral cut honey glazed ham, sweet potato casserole, fresh asparagus, cranberry jello salad, corn casserole, coconut cake, ambrosia, and Christmas cookies.

    I was gonna try smoking the ham, but decided it wasn't worth the trouble since the meat is already cured.
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    I cook a Peking Duck every Christmas. It's our long time traditional meal. Yummers.
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    Standing rib roast.
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    Chicken and Cornbread Dressing, Cranberry sauce, Giblet gravy, Sweet Patato casorole with Pinapple. Mashed Taters of coarse. Sprial cut honey Ham, Rolls, Green Bean Casorole, and deserts.
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    Ham for Christmas, Smoked duck for new years.:)
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    Beef roast, fried chicken, mashed taters -w- gravy, mac-n-cheese, Krunchy Koleslaw, apple crisp. I'm sure there will be more, but I just don't know what all everyone is bringing.
  15. BETH

    BETH Well-Known Member

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    i am getting hungry now, would love some southern fried chicken they just don't know how to make it around here
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