I think top of my list is...one I don't have to make:) Yet Christmas dinner is not the same without hot food, and butterhorn rolls is a must!! Homemade that is:) Whoever makes them, might as well make some cinnamon rolls while they are at it!!! They will be make lasting memories and warm the tummies:)
Everything you could possibly immagine on a Table in a Good Housekeeping setting, everything; Turkey, Hams, deserts, wine, dressing, vegitables, everything and very beautifuly plated. Then pack it all up in boxes and take it to a family that really has nothing and set thier table for them and give it all to them.
Then go home, make a nice leftover turkey sandwich for two, with a Glass of wine, turn the lights down, turn your Christmass tree on with you favorite music...make it sweet and comfortable. and Just cuddle quietly, listen to the music, and thank God for all that you do have.
Best Christmass ever...
I think it can be anything at all, meat fish or vegetarian, but MUST include Brussels Sprouts
And you chose the 30 Day HubChallenge forum for this? We Have a Food Forum guys/gals.
The best for me is the one I am always planning on for the next. I haven't planned this years yet. Don't like goose I have found out. It usually revolves around some roasted beast of some sort, maybe this year I will try basset hound as my one pup has pissed me off and eaten my dam glasses, I can barely see properly to read or write, now I need to get to the eye doctor. shite! Anyone out there have a dog recipe?
We're not really into roasted beasts, so we have spaghetti with my dad's homemade pesto (green) and pasta sauce raphael (red). Then we have a big Christmas morning brunch instead:
* dutch brunch baby
* orange french toast
* scalloped potatoes with sausage
* Christmas morning fruit salad (not your everyday fruit salad - it involves heavy cream and neufchatel)
Potluck dinners (35 in family gathering )here and there's always a variety
Turkey, roast potatoes, peas, carrots, sprouts, stuffing, Yorkshire puddings and a trifle for dessert
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