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    What are you having for Christmas Dinner?.....

    It's fast approaching the day...so what will you all be cooking if anything?


    I shall start as I'm not cooking this year we are having a Chinese Meal......far quicker, no pots and no moaning...

    with the added bonus of leftovers for Boxing Day...
    Merry Christmas to all...




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    frosty"s christmas dinner 2013

    starter - homemade potato soup or prawn cocktail

    main course-turkey crown,roast beef
    pigs in blankets
    potato"s,roast potato"s
    brussel sprouts,carrots,swede(turnip)
    yorkshire puddings,gravy

    dessert-homemade trifle,homemade cheesecake (strawberry)

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    Quote Originally Posted by frostythe snowman View Post
    frosty"s christmas dinner 2013

    starter - homemade potato soup or prawn cocktail

    main course-turkey crown,roast beef
    pigs in blankets
    potato"s,roast potato"s
    brussel sprouts,carrots,swede(turnip)
    yorkshire puddings,gravy

    dessert-homemade trifle,homemade cheesecake (strawberry)
    Sounds yummy...
    Merry Christmas to all...




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    Our main meal is Christmas Eve. But I also cook Christmas Day for the immediate family. We'll have:

    Veggies and Dip
    Glazed Ham with Pineapple
    Scallopped Potatoes
    Broccoli and Carrots
    Yams
    Cheesecake with strawberries
    I'm Dreaming of a White Christmas

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    Quote Originally Posted by ornamentmaven View Post
    Our main meal is Christmas Eve. But I also cook Christmas Day for the immediate family. We'll have:

    Veggies and Dip
    Glazed Ham with Pineapple
    Scallopped Potatoes
    Broccoli and Carrots
    Yams
    Cheesecake with strawberries
    MMMmmm sounds delicious OM...

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    usually, we'd have roast turkey for the main course, but, after over 30 years of marriage, my sister's husband just let her know a couple years ago that he doesn't really like turkey all that much and only wants it once a year, at Thanksgiving so, the past couple years, we've had;

    roast beef or beef tenderloin
    mashed potatoes, maybe stuffing, homemade gravy
    brussel sprouts, green bean casserole, maybe broccoli, if people want a 3rd veggie
    crescent rolls, cranberry sauce,
    pumpkin pie, frozen raspberry fluff pie, maybe pecan pie, and.. oh, I almost forgot to mention, birthday cake for my son.

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    Quote Originally Posted by frostythe snowman View Post
    frosty"s christmas dinner 2013

    starter - homemade potato soup or prawn cocktail

    main course-turkey crown,roast beef
    pigs in blankets
    potato"s,roast potato"s
    brussel sprouts,carrots,swede(turnip)
    yorkshire puddings,gravy

    dessert-homemade trifle,homemade cheesecake (strawberry)
    This does sound good. I like shrimp(never had prawns) cocktail, but I don't eat crustaceans anymore. I don't care for Brussels sprouts, but a good smothering with cheddar cheese might help. Are the vegetables in the same dish, or are they cooked separately?

    I haven't decided anything about my dinner because I usually eat alone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Merry Christmas Darling View Post
    This does sound good. I like shrimp(never had prawns) cocktail, but I don't eat crustaceans anymore. I don't care for Brussels sprouts, but a good smothering with cheddar cheese might help. Are the vegetables in the same dish, or are they cooked separately?

    I haven't decided anything about my dinner because I usually eat alone.
    vegetables are all cooked separately merry....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Merry Christmas Darling View Post
    This does sound good. I like shrimp(never had prawns) cocktail, but I don't eat crustaceans anymore. I don't care for Brussels sprouts, but a good smothering with cheddar cheese might help. Are the vegetables in the same dish, or are they cooked separately?

    I haven't decided anything about my dinner because I usually eat alone.
    Oh Merry - I wish you could come to my house for dinner!

    Steph and frosty - everything sounds delicious
    I'm Dreaming of a White Christmas

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    I usually have roast beef - but not in the mood for that this year. Turkey , I love, but Christmas is just too close to Thanksgiving (only 26 days this year), and I need a bit more time than that between cooking turkeys!
    I'm Dreaming of a White Christmas

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