Am I the only one who eats turkey on Christmas?
For those of you who celebrate Christmas, do you eat turkey, ham, a roast, or something else? I always grew up eating turkey for Christmas and was surprised that so many other people do not eat it.
Most often we eat duck. Then once in a blue (Christmas) moon we eat goose, however, we the find it too fat! ... So the following year we will have turkey, but (: we find the turkey too dry! ... And we are back on the traditional duck track!
My grandmother always fixed turkey and ham for Christmas. Now, my mother always makes sure to fix a baked turkey for Christmas Day. Last year, we did have turkey ham with it, too, but that is not every year. It has always been a tradition to have a turkey.
i eat chicken, we don't have any turkey here, I doubt anyone sells turkey
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