What do you traditonally eat for your holiday meal?
In our family, we celebrate Christmas eve dinner with roast pork, congri (red beans and white rice mixed together), yuca, fried plantians and avocado salad. On Christmas day, we do a sprial ham with appetizers, buffet style, for our family to visit and enjoy throughout the day.
Sounds delicious! We also do a buffet style dinner. With a large family, it just seems easier. What exactly is yuca? I'm not familiar with it.
Yuca is a starch veggie like a potato which you boil until soft and then add onions & garlic sauted in olive oil.
I'll have to try that. Thanks for teaching me something new.
Dinner can be a variety of food, but for desert I always look forward to pumpkin or pecan pie with whip cream on top.
I love some pecan pie! My mouth is watering just thinking about it!
Turkey, dressing, and all of the other goodies that come with it. Yummmmm.
Yum is right! I'm looking forward to our feast as well. We're having steak for our Christmas Eve dinner and ham on Christmas Day. We did a turkey for Thanksgiving so we try to change it up a bit.
That's a great idea!!
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