What's for Christmas Dinner?

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    What's for Christmas Dinner?

    My family and I are going to have a deer loin roast with carrots, Yukon Gold potatoes, and onions. It's cooking in the crock pot right now. Also having fresh baked dinner rolls and a Pecan pie. What are you folks having/had for dinner?
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    Smoked brisket,fries,slaw and garlic bread.
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    Since I am only cooking for myself tonight: ham steak, cheesy mashed potatoes and chayote squash.
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    Well, The "Storm" family just moved. We dont even have our real refridgerators right now. Just a small dorm sized thing. Im pretty happy that its cold, as we can put cold drinks on the deck, lol.

    So, we were pretty pleased to be able to whomp up some darn good herb baked chicken breasts. Not bad for primitive conditions.
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    I've been doing the cooking for 30 yrs now. Last night is was seafood for the In'laws with Roast beef, squash and roasted taters for my boys who love that kind of stuff. Backed cookies and pies for deasert both nights.
    Christmas dinner was spiral sliced Ham, sweet potatoes, Loaded mashed potatoes, buternut squash, glazed carrots, baked rolls, Home made Torolinni soup before the meal, and apple . pumpkin pie.WHEW am I bushed atfer this...... (the Sangria WINE helps me thru it LOL..as i can't drink for beans)
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    Tonight is pork ribs sweet potatoes and corn on the cob. Family coming in later this week.
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    For my wife and I turkey, dressing and gravey --- simple, easy to fix and taste
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    My wife did prime rib, mac&cheese, rice, vegetables while I put ribs on the grill while cleaning my Glock 30s and M&P 9c.
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    Ham, mashed taters and gravy, green bean casserole. Not much needed for just the few of us.
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    Chicken and waffles, made at my request. Not traditional, but my wife makes it taste AMAZING.
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    Went out to the Japanese Steak and Sushi place. It's a Christmas tradition.
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    Ham loaf, green bean casserole, mashed potatoes and home made apple sauce. Spent some time with the grandkids on Skype..
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    Tamales, red and green chicken enchiladas, chili (red and green), spanish rice and yes I am cooking it all from scratch.

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    Since our Christmas duck thawed a lot faster than anticipated, we had our Christmas duck, green beans and carrots dinner with my own special lemon cheesecake 2 days ago. Today we had pasta bowls filled to the brim with pasta e fagiole with duck and dried cranberries. More than delicious! (More cheesecake later if our overdose of the pasta dish digests enough to make room..........)

    We did the Skype thing also, plus an old fashioned phone call from other son's family. A good day!
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    Plus some great veggies, a Ch.du Pape and Cal Cab, some apple caramel crisp apple pie and cheesecake.

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