Approximately what time do you have your Thankgiving and Christmas meals?
Thanksgiving is almost always at 4:00 every year and Christmas is later, around 5 or 6...
Our families gather together every 24th night of December for a late dinner and wait for 12 midnight for Christmas. But we also have a Christmas lunch (Dec 25) together.
We usually have a Thanksgiving lunch together with families and friends.
Happy holidays! :-)
We were thinking 4's about right and on Christmas we move slower.
Thanksgiving is not celebrated as intense as Christmas in my country. Meals on Christmas eve is called "Noche Buena" or "Media Noche" at exactly midnight of December 24, for the family. The following day, December 25, we celebrate with lunch for our extended families, relatives, and friends who come for a visit.
usually around 2 p.m. but anything goes so it can change depending on the crowd
It's the preparation that take so long. We usually have everything cooked and prepared by 2PM on Thanksgiving. For Christmas we have a light breakfast and open presents in the morning. The big Christmas Meal won't be until 4PM at the most.
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