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Christmas food
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Christmas food

Whats the buzz this year, ham? Turkey? sausage? cake?






12-13-2016 10:02 PM
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RE: Christmas food

All of them.

Well not the sausage. I guarantee though my family will have the other three at our Christmas dinner.






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12-13-2016 10:08 PM
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No idea. First christmas since 2002 that I will be by myself. Might be a can of spam on an open fire in the woods somewhere





12-13-2016 11:28 PM
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Seafood. I'm having other stuff too but that's the main course and I'm having my dinner on Christmas Eve. I'm feeling pretty calm about it right now but at the end of the day I may be a lunatic after I've spent the day worrying things won't be perfect. If I don't think, I will be juuuuust fine.






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12-14-2016 06:08 AM
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RE: Christmas food

When my folks were still alive, my mom would always make a feast at Christmas time. She cooked for a few days before Christmas eve, that's when she had on open door policy, and all their friends would drop on by all day long for some delicious food ! Ham, Chicken, pork chops, spare ribs, stuffed cabbage, porgies, Kielbasa, mashed potato's, sweet potato's, deviled eggs, pickled beets, potato salad, macaroni salad, cold slaw, and many things I can't remember, it was a while ago

Of course our all family ate Christmas eve dinner together at night.

After writing all this, it makes me long for the good ole days! 44






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12-14-2016 08:33 AM
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(12-13-2016 11:28 PM)SIXFOOTERsez Wrote:  Might be a can of spam on an open fire in the woods somewhere

That sounds good for some reason.






12-14-2016 11:54 AM
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...because it's cooked over an open flame.






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12-14-2016 02:22 PM
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TRUE





12-14-2016 03:09 PM
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I may just buy some spam, haven't had it in so long my mouth is watering now. Spam spam spam spam.






12-14-2016 04:20 PM
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RE: Christmas food

I like the less salt version, the other one is a bit too salty for me. Th jalapeño is pretty good too





12-14-2016 04:30 PM
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(12-14-2016 08:33 AM)Carsman Wrote:  When my folks were still alive, my mom would always make a feast at Christmas time. She cooked for a few days before Christmas eve, that's when she had on open door policy, and all their friends would drop on by all day long for some delicious food ! Ham, Chicken, pork chops, spare ribs, stuffed cabbage, porgies, Kielbasa, mashed potato's, sweet potato's, deviled eggs, pickled beets, potato salad, macaroni salad, cold slaw, and many things I can't remember, it was a while ago

Of course our all family ate Christmas eve dinner together at night.

After writing all this, it makes me long for the good ole days! 44

Oh for gods sake Carsman, it's cole slaw not cold slaw. Also what do you mean by porgies? Do you mean pierogies? And while I'm at it there is no apostrophe on potatoes unless you're talking about its skin or one of its root vegetable cousins.

Deviled eggs sound good. I don't know yet what I'm making for Christmas, but I do know that I'm making deviled eggs now.





12-14-2016 06:41 PM
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(12-14-2016 06:41 PM)sally Wrote:  
(12-14-2016 08:33 AM)Carsman Wrote:  When my folks were still alive, my mom would always make a feast at Christmas time. She cooked for a few days before Christmas eve, that's when she had on open door policy, and all their friends would drop on by all day long for some delicious food ! Ham, Chicken, pork chops, spare ribs, stuffed cabbage, porgies, Kielbasa, mashed potato's, sweet potato's, deviled eggs, pickled beets, potato salad, macaroni salad, cold slaw, and many things I can't remember, it was a while ago

Of course our all family ate Christmas eve dinner together at night.

After writing all this, it makes me long for the good ole days! 44

Oh for gods sake Carsman, it's cole slaw not cold slaw. Also what do you mean by porgies? Do you mean pierogies? And while I'm at it there is no apostrophe on potatoes unless you're talking about its skin or one of its root vegetable cousins.

Deviled eggs sound good. I don't know yet what I'm making for Christmas, but I do know that I'm making deviled eggs now.

Blah- Blah- Blah. Look who's a spellin natzi! Smiley_emoticons_razz

And make some cheese dip while you're at it!






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12-14-2016 07:02 PM
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I'm not normally a spelling Nazi. I think it was only bothering me because it involved food.





12-14-2016 07:12 PM
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(12-14-2016 04:30 PM)SIXFOOTERsez Wrote:  I like the less salt version, the other one is a bit too salty for me. Th jalapeño is pretty good too

Wait...what? They make jalepeno spam? Since when? I think I need to start eating spam again.






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12-14-2016 07:58 PM
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