Do you eat only traditional meals at holidays like Easter, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas?
Yep-and look forward to it every year, too. Easter: Ham with sides. Thanksgiving: Turkey-Roast, NOT deep fried; and Christmas could be either the turkey or ham-spiral cut. YUM!
Now with just my husband and myself, we don't cook anything out of the ordinary. I miss having the traditional meals but it doesn't seem worth the hassle for just two.
Thanksgiving and Easter tend to be traditional. Lamb, Turkey, mashed potatoes. Christmas is a different story. My dad like to keep Christmas relaxed so we will make stir-fry, or homemade pizza.
Usually I do, But there have been times when I tried to mix it up a bit. For example, we had a Mexican themed thanksgiving a few years ago.
Only on Thanksgiving for my family. Only myself and one of my daughters will eat ham so it always seems like a waste.
There was only one year that I did not make a traditional Thanksgiving meal and it was because we were renovating our home and had to order in.
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