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What are you having for Christmas Dinner?

Discussion in 'Food Forum' started by Glockerel, Dec 20, 2003.

  1. Glockerel

    Glockerel Got Mojo?

    I thought it would be great to hear what everyone here does for Christmas Dinner. Being that it's such a big food day, I'll bet there's lots of great traditions out there.
    Here's what we do:

    Appetizers

    Mushroom Turnovers
    Shrimp Cocktail
    Swedish Meatballs
    Cheeseball
    Pate
    Cold-Smoked Salmon

    Dinner

    Wiener Schnitzel with Bearnaise Sauce
    Spaetzle
    Red Cabbage sauteed with Onions and Caraway
    Green Beans with Country Ham, Corn and Potatoes.
    Baby Green Salad with Herb Vinaigrette

    Dessert

    Hot Fudge Sundaes with Brownies
    Polish Coffee (Made with Krupnik, a Polish honey liquer)

    Everyone have a Merry Christmas, and put on those buffet pants!
     
  2. Hines57

    Hines57 Simple Member

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  3. JPB

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    Definitely Chinese. Always a good choice on Christmas.


    This year I hope to hit all the major food groups, whisky, wine, beer, chips, salsa. And some junk food. the traditional stuff does nothing for me. Particularly turkey. ick. At its best it is horrible, dry, nasty garbage. And that's if you don't get hit w/ salmonella or campylobacter.
     
  4. Patricia

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    Prime Rib
    Yorkshire Pudding
    Broccoli with Garlic
    Mashed Pototes
    Stuffed Mushrooms

    For Dessert:

    Chocolate Cheesecake
    Pumpkin Cheesecake
    Cherry Cheesecake
    (all homemade :)) We each have our favorite cheesecake so I just thought I'd make all three.

    Merry Christmas everyone. ;H ;8
     
  5. Short Cut

    Short Cut PatrioticMember CLM

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    Not sure about Christmas day but every year for Christmas Eve we have Dungeness Crab. mmmm, I can hardly wait.
     
  6. The Pontificator

    The Pontificator Angry Samoan

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    A fifth of scotch and a pack of cigarettes...consumed alone in the dark.
     
  7. DaleGribble

    DaleGribble Sandwich!

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    A pack of cigarettes...consumed alone, in the dark!

    I can't afford the fifth of scotch.
     
  8. Phil306

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    Prime Rib of Beef
    Lobster
    Mashed Potatos and Gravy
    Buttermilk Bread

    For dessert:

    White Chocolate Cake
    1942 Bottle of Port
    cuban Cigars
     
  9. groverglock

    groverglock Guns & Hoses

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    I am on duty at the fire station on Christmas eve and Christmas day. I have started the prep cooking already. We are having the families in on Christmas Day for:

    Turducken;P ;P

    Yes, we will partake of this luscious feast and treat the families again.

    A turducken is a boned turkey stuffed with a boned duck stuffed with a boned chicken. The chicken if stuffed with oyster dressing, between the duck and the chicken is a layer of sausage dressing, and around the duck is a layer of cornbread dressing. The whole thing goes in the oven and cooks at 190 degrees for 13 hours.

    Along with the turducken we will have:
    Candied yams
    Mashed potatoes
    Sweet Potato and eggplant gravy
    String beans
    Sourdough dinner rolls.

    I have made this 3 years in a row at the station on Thanksgiving. Each time as we served the families, the quick call went off. Two years it was for structure fires, and the other year it was for a traffic accident. I hope we can all sit down together and enjoy dinner this year.
     
  10. I'm already OD'ing on cookies and candy liquer and cake...

    Appetizers: Stone crab claws marinated in Sake, lobster wrapped in pastry puffs, filet mignon bites (with garlic butter), salmon-bourbon bites, roasted veggie quiche, wine/cheese/pate/etc.

    Soup: Lobster bisque

    Dinner: Beef Wellington and Roasted duck with orange/cranberry glaze

    Yes - I am making everything from scratch...even the pate.
     
  11. Cajun

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    Fried turkey
    Stuffed stomach(cow)
    stuffed pork roast
    jalepeno corn bread
    potato salad


    not sure what my wife is cooking inside
    LOL
     
  12. Half of a Roasted Hog
    Grilled beef ribs and/or pork ribs
    Yellow rice with Red bean

    alots of beer and dark rum
     
  13. nickg

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    Christmas eve at my house every year:

    brisket
    smelts (or baccala - italian cod fish, but doing smelts this year)
    sausage and peppers
    brocoli and cheese casserole
    potato salad
    shrimp coCktail

    plus this year my wife is making a new dish - a layered cheese and spinach thing. i tasted it the other day when her friend made some, it IS GOOOOOODDDDD!!!!!

    Christmas day we go to my wife's sister's house and then my sister's house -- so we have TWO good dinners that day.

    ham
    lasagna
    meatballs
    green bean casserole
    baked chicken
    mashed potatoes
    buttered corn
     
  14. Shoeless

    Shoeless Gun Totin' Girl

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    We always do Christmas Brunch at a friend's house, where there will be pancakes, waffles, bacon, sausage, eggs, mimosas and bloody marys...

    We are having a christmas EVE dinner here at our house I think... not sure yet what we'll cook but we better get on it quick! LOL

    Shoeless
     
  15. nickg

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    better get hoppin'!! my wife took today off from work to start getting everything ready. shoot...the brisket alone takes about 4-5 hours including prep time let alone everything else she's going to prepare ahead of time.

    the more you can do ahead of time the better. that means a LOT LESS STRESS on the day of the dinner. and more time for coCktails!! ;f
     
  16. glock_19guy1983

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    well I feel like sh*t right now so probably Raman noodles and beer:( If I can dig up some more money and feel like going to the store maybe I can get a box of mac and cheese instead of the noodles.














    Or I guess if I feel better tomorrow I could eat with the family and have turkey, Ham and all the other stuff.
     
  17. Shoeless

    Shoeless Gun Totin' Girl

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    Well I decided.

    I got a duck from the market, some fresh asparagus, fresh spinach, and a bag of Yukon Gold potatoes to mash. I will roast the duck with rosemary, apples, celery, and onions in the cavity and make duck gravy from the juices of the pan.

    This is my FIRST foray into cooking duck... wish me luck! DUCK LUCK, I guess it would be called! Hee hee.

    Shoeless
     
  18. good DUCK LUCK, but that's pretty much how I do my ducks when I buy them whole but I take away the celery and add a few strips of season bacon and a few garlic cloves.
     
  19. seanmac45

    seanmac45 CLM

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    Antipasto with homemade roasted peppers
    (Marinated Mozzarella balls, fresh mozzarella, smoked mozzarella, dried sweet sausage, pepperoni, imported provolone, salami)

    Shrimp Cocktail w/ Homemade Cocktail Sauce

    Caponata

    Seafood Salad

    Linguine w/ Clams in Garlic & Oil

    Lobster Tails

    Eggplant Parmigiana

    Teriyaki Pork Roast

    Shrimp Scampi




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