i know we have so many things we will like to do on christmas day. i will want you to share your the meal you will like to have on that day called christmas .
We are having prime rib, asparagus sauteed in olive oil and garlic, both red and sweet potatoes, and some type of bread yet to be determined. Also, a cranberry/raspberry/nut dessert, the name of which I can't remember.
The Christmas ham served cold with salad. A Christmas beer! This is going to be a HOT Christmas!
Hot here too...the whole town is getting together for a BBQ with salads. There will be traditional plum pudding (cold of course), custard and trifle. Lots of cheeses and bikkies to go with lots of beer. The town's population is 6!!
Thinking on boiled possum and greasy sweet taters.
This year I am having rack of lamb with rosemary scalloped potatoes.
On the day we call Christmas, I will be out celebrating at my favorite Chinese restaurant with my husband and children.
Our big night is Christmas Eve - we do the traditional Italian "seven fishes" dinner with the entire family and open our presents then.
Then we have our own little celebration Xmas day
Roasted tomato soup, Chicken Kiev, pumpkin risotto, roasted brussels sprouts with garlic, homemade French bread. Dessert -- Crepes Suzette. I've never made any of those things before, and have always wanted to, so my family has agreed to allow me to experiment on them. A few bottles of champagne will probably help them forgive me if I make any mistakes.
We usually have ham, potato salad, fruit salad and lots of snacks and desserts. Unless we go out which is usually to an all-you-can-eat buffet which are usually closed until later.
I think I'll cook a standing rib roast for me and the old man. Our family party is Christmas Eve. On Christmas Day, the kids and grands go to their other families', so it's just me and hubby on the big day.
Traditional English Christmas dinner! *Big breath* Turkey, two types of stuffing, sprouts, mashed potato, mashed swede, roast potatoes, broccoli bake, carrots, peas, sausages, Yorkshire puddings, gravy & a partidge in a pair tree!! (I don't think I've missed anything off there, but u never can tell!) Yummm Yummm...
Is that a pearly attack...uhh...I mean personal... just kidding.
Steak/Chicken, Rice, Green Vegetables, & Something Good & Sweet & A Lot Of Water To Wash It Down.
by Terje Sannarnes 5 years ago
What type of food do you eat on Christmas Eve?This is different all over the world. Due to all the different cultures around the globe. State were you are from and what you eat on Christmas Eve.
by Faith Reaper 4 years ago
Do you have a Christmas Eve Dinner and a Christmas Day Dinner at your house?Do you have both a Christmas Eve Dinner and a Christmas Day Dinner, or if you have one, then do you go elsewhere for the other? Thank you for answering.
by Susan Zutautas 4 years ago
What is your traditional Christmas dinner?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...
by fratjoe18 8 years ago
My family is all reunited, and we all gather around, and sing by the piano, and we all talk about Christmas memories, then we have delicious hot chocolate, and we are blessed with a table feast. Christmas nights are the most memorable, then in the mourning, we all wake up, and head downstairs to be...
by Marisa Hammond Olivares 6 years ago
For those that celebrate Easter, what is a traditional Easter meal you and your family share?Is there a particular dish or recipe that is expected? Is mealtime important?
by Holle Abee 6 years ago
This morning, my daughters, grandkids, and I are making our annual Christmas Eve visit to a local nursing home to pass out candy. The residents love seeing children. Then we're taking my elderly aunt out for lunch. Then we're putting out food for all the neighborhood critters. Later, all these good...
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