Christmas Meal ??

Magicman

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We had the Traditional Turkey for our Thanksgiving meal and will have Ham for New Year. That leaves Seafood Gumbo for our Christmas meal. That plus various "finger foods", chips/dips, candies, cookies, and desserts.

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Wife and I are having a spiral cut honey ham with maple and brown sugar glaze for dinner tomorrow.

Having breakfast with the family at our sons house in the morning though. Breakfast will be biscuits and gravy, eggs, bacon, sausage, fruit, and hash browns. :D

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Wife and I are having a spiral cut honey ham with maple and brown sugar glaze for dinner tomorrow.

Having breakfast with the family at our sons house in the morning though. Breakfast will be biscuits and gravy, eggs, bacon, sausage, fruit, and hash browns. :D

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Kids and grandkids will come over for the same Christmas meal we have had for the last 30 years... lake Erie walleye. Caught em two weeks ago.
 

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Started with melon, then locally caught crab, prawns & lobster. Followed by the traditional turkey, ham, sprouts, roast potatoes and stuffing. Side options of carrots and parsnips, courgettes and garlic potatoes and brocolli. For dessert sherry trifle and fresh fruit salad with cream or custard. Tea, cake, smoke, fart, nap.
We'll finish the bilghter tomorrow :D
 

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Whole roasted beef tenderloin on the grill.
Unfortunately, I only got a picture of part of it.....



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A whole prime rib, 23 lbs. worth and king crab...plus a lot of homemade cookies, pie and fixings!:D

The clean up is on me...wifey is doing the work making everything!
 

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We started this tradition years ago, while our son was still with us. We've kept it up, for no other reason than fond memories.
 

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Well, we had the warmest Christmas on record in the last 130 years (waiting for the official report to see if we broke the record or not). So, instead of doing our traditional ham and all the fixings, we got out the grill and did hamburgers and bratwursts. We were all laughing, because this is the first time any of us could remember it being warm enough for us to grill outside on Christmas.