What is the most common meat served at Christmas Dinner?
I grew up with Ham, my fiance grew up with Turkey and I have even heard some people do roasts, goose or prime rib.
I think the most common meat is turkey, but ham comes in close second.
I think most families reserve turkey for Thanksgiving and have ham for Christmas, but I'm sure every family has a personal preference. I know turduckens have been really popular for Christmastime.
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