What's for CHRISTmas dinner?

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What's for CHRISTmas dinner?

Post by Iluv2hunt » Sun Dec 23, 2012 2:57 pm

Heading to my sisters for Christmas eve for turkey. Then CHRISTmas day..green bean casserole, baked taters, sauteed mushrooms..and I got a nice 4 bone standing rib roast to go on the BGE. Loves me some prime rib!
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Post by M12Gunboy » Sun Dec 23, 2012 3:40 pm

Green eggs and ham....

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Post by blackpowderscout » Sun Dec 23, 2012 3:40 pm

Roast goose,
Stuffing-Wildrice with Pine nuts and Dates
Yorkshire Pudding for breading
Green Beans and Carrots

A very 18th century Christmas round my house, LOL!!!!!
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Re: What's for CHRISTmas dinner?

Post by Triple Creek Reaper » Sun Dec 23, 2012 3:41 pm

I have way too many relatives coming from my wife's side of the family to be serving beef..........but I wish..going with the old standby by...ham sent down from relatives in Kansas City...everyone bringing some type of casserole....half tempted to fire up the smoker for some poppers & bacon wrapped venison appetizers.
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Post by davedirt » Sun Dec 23, 2012 3:49 pm

Going to HardRock Buffet............should be good eats and gamblin. Gota make M inlaw happy.
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Post by nachogrande » Sun Dec 23, 2012 3:59 pm

traditional Italian Christmas eve fish dinner, traditional Jewish Christmas dinner, Chinese take out.
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Re: What's for CHRISTmas dinner?

Post by Iluv2hunt » Sun Dec 23, 2012 4:14 pm

nachogrande wrote:traditional Italian Christmas eve fish dinner, traditional Jewish Christmas dinner, Chinese take out.
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Post by nachogrande » Sun Dec 23, 2012 4:28 pm

serve corned beef and cabbage and really piss em off,lol. and to ALL a very MERRY CHRISTMAS and BON APPETITE.
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What's for CHRISTmas dinner?

Post by Cr0ck1 » Sun Dec 23, 2012 6:54 pm

Prob a plate of stress!


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Post by OldCrab » Sun Dec 23, 2012 7:10 pm

I`ll be havin cheerios/chex jumbalaya treats and homemade poptarts and Bob Evans Pecan Pie ! thats just the deserts LOL

then the ususal meats taters and such :rockon :salute3d
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Re: What's for CHRISTmas dinner?

Post by GoodOyster » Sun Dec 23, 2012 9:25 pm

No telling. Had our family get-together at my sister's place yesterday, with venison chili and sandwiches. One of my BIL brought some smoked mullet dip, and my wife made some egg rolls. I made a batch of rum/bourbon punch that wasn't too bad.

My daughter is over from the east coast, but she may be with her boyfriend's family on Christmas, so on CHRISTmas Day it may just be me and my wife. Might go to Publix or Sweetbay and splurge on a big T-Bone or ribeye, grill it up and wish myself Merry Christmas! Maybe a big baked tater, some grilled veggies, biscuits. Mmmm, yeah. I think I just talked myself into it! Might even let my wife have some! (Some of the steak, too!)
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Re: What's for CHRISTmas dinner?

Post by bellyacher » Sun Dec 23, 2012 9:35 pm

thats what we or doing this year. just me,wife and oldest boy USMC. picked up some 1" thick delmonicos already have some tators from Fam. in Tenn. they grow the yukon gold tators,freakin awsome with a side od home grown green beans :chef
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Post by 9dawgs » Sun Dec 23, 2012 11:27 pm

Well we normally just graze all day for Christmas but I do normally smoke a turkey breast and my mom bakes a nice ham. This year though I'm also going to put together some venison stew in the crock pot and let everyone just eat off of it all day. Our big meal is usually breakfast for Christmas. I'm mixing up the venison sausage tomorrow morning. We'll also have fresh homemade cinnamon rolls, eggs, bacon, biscuits & gravy...etc.

I pray everyone has a blessed Christmas. Don't stress too much, relax and enjoy the Lord :>) Hope everyone gets a chance to make it to a Christmas Eve service tomorrow night. We went to my daughter's church in Tampa tonight to see my granddaughter sing and tomorrow we'll go to mine. What a wonderful time of year.
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Re: What's for CHRISTmas dinner?

Post by drgn4sr » Mon Dec 24, 2012 7:49 pm

deep fried cajun turkey and 10lb ham covered with brown sugar, pineapple, cherries and raisins. slow basted with honey and butter.

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Re: What's for CHRISTmas dinner?

Post by nachogrande » Tue Dec 25, 2012 12:36 am

just got back from Christmas eve dinner. think it's gonna take a week to digest. the koehler's gonna take a pounding tomorrow. 4 courses not including appetizers or desserts. beverages: asst beers,wines,booze holiday signature cocktails. appetizers:pickled eggplant, non meat antipasto,roasted red peppers,asst cheeses and olives, escarole pie, Caprice salad. first course: orange salad. second course: chilled blue claw crabs and shrimp cocktail. third course:pasta Ala lubrano with raisins, pine nuts and olives, stuffed shells, linguine with white clam sauce. fourth course:mussels in red sauce,blackened salmon, fried flounder/calamari/shrimp with pepperoncini, stuffed squid,lobster scampi. desserts,espresso,coffee: red velvet cake,cheese cake,tierra mei su, honey roasted almonds, toffee,anissette biscotti, fudge, asst cookies and chocolates. a 5 hour eating marathon with a few intermissions for walking/farting. I'm reading off a freaking menu they need to keep things straight and God forbid mix up a course.
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