I usually make a turkey for Thanksgiving (October here in Canada) and for Christmas. Sometimes I'll make one for Easter as well but sometimes a ham. I'm curious to know what everyone likes to have for Christmas dinner. I'd love to have a leg of lamb for Christmas dinner but I'd never find one big enough for my crowd.
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It is genius. I just wish one of my sons would get married and they'd invite me for Christmas dinner instead of me always doing most of the cooking. I'm going to take your idea this year and have a Potluck Christmas dinner. Thanks Paula! You rock!
Effer, I just love this, and always your lovely sense of humor! Laughing so much I can't even talk about my own traditions, but they aren't even close to yours! You are genius!
Hey Vicki!! Thanks for being so sweet and complimentary! Just for that, you're getting an invitation to Gram Dawg's Xmas Party! Bring your pillow and sleeping.bag....it's an old fashioned sleep over!
Susan..you aren't going to like me anymore...Every one of my daughters-in-law are FABULOUS cooks.. so I am well-fed!! Ya think maybe they just want me to stuff my mouth, so I don't talk? hmm..never thought of that! aHA!..a CONSPIRACY uncovered!
OH...Wow...THANKS for the "Best" answer! Have I told you lately that I love you?
No Paula you haven't and I've missed hearing it. So now I'll just have to go and crank up Van Morrison and listen to him tell me how much he loves me lately :)
Oh no you don't my little cookie from Canada! Van is ALL mine.......I claimed him when you were too young to even know who he was.......He wrote "Brown-Eyed Girl," for ME!
I can never seem to find a duck large enough to cook for my group :)
That sounds good too!
We have Thanksgiving here in October so I don't really mind cooking and hosting another meal. But I do like how you do Christmas. We make snack foods for Xmas Eve.
Oh my you've made my mouth water!
I do that at Easter and some relatives look down on me for doing it but oh well.