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What's for Christmas Dinner?

Post in 'The Inglenook' started by will711, Dec 25, 2012.

  1. will711

    will711 Minister of Fire

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    First time in 26yrs. it's just the wife and I, finally empty nesters :cool: Santa dropped off a box of Omaha steaks. So we will be grilling on the Weber some bacon wrapped filets & shrimp can you say surf & turf, add some baked stuffed spuds a few adult beverages good to go.::-) Life is Good

    To all enjoy your day with your loved ones.
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  2. certified106

    certified106 Minister of Fire

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    I threw 4 racks of ribs and an 8lb Boston Butt on the smoker today and we will be eating good about 4:30 this afternoon!
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  3. will711

    will711 Minister of Fire

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    Awesome I love my smoker you will be eating good:)
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    It's just my hubby and I, we did the "family thing" yesterday. I will be making a ham, whole grain bread, baked macaroni and cheese and balsamic glazed brussel sprouts with panchetta. That is, if we ever stop eating all the cookies and goodies here long enough to eat a real meal! Merry Christmas everyone!
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  5. Dune

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    Roast Turkey,stuffing, gravy, cranberry sauce, candied yams, mashed potatoes, spinach, baked acorn squash and homemade apple pie.
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  6. Jack Straw

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    Spam in Hamburger Helper, Pork Rind salad and soup on a stick!
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  7. will711

    will711 Minister of Fire

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    You just made me spit out my beer too funny;lol!!!
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  8. Jack Straw

    Jack Straw Minister of Fire

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    What the hell is so funny, I was afraid it sounded like bragging!
  9. Jack Straw

    Jack Straw Minister of Fire

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    My wife got a Honey boo boo cook book for Christmas
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    eclecticcottage Minister of Fire

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    We always celebrated with my father in law/his girlfriend on Christmas eve, they moved to Florida so it was just us-ribs & chicken in the crockpot all day in bbq sauce, mashed potatoes and corn bread...pie for dessert. Today was with my grandparents who both passed, so..just us again. Eggs, cinnamon rolls and hash browns for breakfast and probably left overs for lunch and homemade lasgana for dinner (made the lasgana Sunday).

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    bfunk13 Minister of Fire

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    We rarely make a traditional Christmas dinner.
    This year we doing a pot of green chile (hot), carne asada, home made flour tortillas, tamales and all the fixins.
  12. will711

    will711 Minister of Fire

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    Damn should'a just come to your house for a gourmet meal could have brought the Little Debbie's for desert.
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    certified106 Minister of Fire

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    I am not sure whether I should congratulate you or cry that they actually have a cook book and people are buying it........LOL
    You will have to let us know how those recipes taste.... :)
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    Having dinner at the inlaws this year for lasagna. Just pulled these loaves out of the oven (Just some plain Italian bread with an overnight proof in the fridge . I also have some fresh roasted garlic butter. Thanks to this mornings left over bed of coals for roasting the garlic.

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  15. Doing The Dixie Eyed Hustle

    Doing The Dixie Eyed Hustle Minister of Fire

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    Cheese fondue ... for dipping, french bread, steam flower & broccoli, mushrooms., meatballs.

    Blueberry topped chocolate cheesecake.

    We're good!
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  16. Jack Straw

    Jack Straw Minister of Fire

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    Do they really have a cook book, I was kidding
  17. Jack Straw

    Jack Straw Minister of Fire

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    Hey, that's what we are having (for real!)
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    Another one of these, just under six pounds.

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  19. certified106

    certified106 Minister of Fire

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    Man does that look good!
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    Doing The Dixie Eyed Hustle Minister of Fire

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    Great minds think a like :)

    Decided last night, had a bunch of stuff on hand, so we were flexible.

    Luckily I just found the can of blueberries I bought, other wise it was canned pineapple or frozen strawberries, (still might do the strawberries, too).The Dixette is NOT a fan of pineapple.
  22. PapaDave

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    All I had to do this year was make the pumpkin pies this morning. Dinner is at my brother's.:cool:
    I remember something about a spiral ham, but the rest I forgot. As long as I don't have to cook, It's good.
    Maybe next year.;)
    I LOVE cheesecake Dixie. Same me some....please.==c
    Jack, I'd love the soup on a stick recipe. Thanks.;lol
    ETA: Back from dinner. Ham, GB casserole, cheesy taters, orange jello salad, and punkin pie.
    I overate.
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    Chinese Restaurant with friends.
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    I baked/cooked up a 10lb bone-in ham, dinner rolls, garlic mashed potatoes, roasted butternut squash, baked beans, (sorry, no pics, too crazy around the house this morning)

    Family brought sweet potatoes and apples, green been casserole, various desserts.

    Been drinking since breakfast, but I'm fairly certain my current condition is food related.

    Can't hardly move, but gotta finish up breaking down cardboard from the kids toys and move the dinner table back upstairs into it's normal spot yet tonight. Then vodka, then bed. Better load the stove up too.

    Been a good day here, hope everyone from hearth.com can say the same.

    pen
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    Turkey, dressing, mashed potatoes, dinner rolls, gravy. All cooked and served by the neighbors down the hill. ==c And since I am the only one that loves the dark meat the doggie bag is huge.
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