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Saturday, December 13, 2014

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Toni

The San Francisco Chicken recipe does sound good. I'll have to give that a try. Usually I think of Christmas foods like homemade turtles, fudge with black walnuts and other sweets come to mind. o.O I know, I'm bad.
I have 15 words crossed off now.
La la..♪ ♫..la la..♪♪♫...hums...it's a holly jolly bingo this year.

victoria

Our tradition is rock Cornish game hens stuffed with wild rice. I first tasted them at the King's Arms in Williamsburg while on our honeymoon many, many years ago. We've been eating them every Christmas ever since.
The chicken recipe sounds great.

Victoria

Tammy C

I do things different every year.Sometimes we have Chinese food on Christmas eve,Pizza,Pork pie or grill steaks.

Christmas breakfast has been waffles,cranberry bread or cinnamon rolls.

Dinner has been ham,roast,macaroni and cheese-when Allison was a toddler she picked it but we added a meat, duck or shrimp.

The Hammond Clan

Mom has 10 words crossed out, Kelsey has 11, and Savannah has a whopping 16 words crossed out! Loving it! Thanks for doing it again this year Sarah!
-The Hammonds

Cathy

Oh, man, the Hammonds are killing. I was so hoping to be an annual winner! They must be stopped!

Sarah, would you mind looking @ my list, and, ahem, "planning" accordingly? Wink, wink. Thanks a bunch.

Deborah Yuck

We do our Christmas meal on Christmas Eve as well, the traditional turkey, stuffing (northern, not southern, and in the bird), mashed potatoes, gravy, glazed carrots, broccoli w/cheese, whole cranberries, green stuff, red stuff, cheese, pickles, rolls, Bethany's chocolate-caramel cheesecake and other baked goods.

Christmas morning we have hash brown casserole, baked egg casserole, Bethany's traditional cinnamon rolls, fresh fruit, tea, coffee, orange juice, eggnog.

Christmas afternoon we eat leftovers from the night before.

Boxing Day, typically a pot-blessing kind of meal with extended family.

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