Q: What is the traditional main course of your Christmas or Holiday dinner?

victory1
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Prime Rib Roast...Rare
victory1 posted Dec 15, 2010
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HalfEmptyWallet
yum.. prime rib? similar... we get steak...yummm
HalfEmptyWallet (rep: 220) posted Dec 15, 2010
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ambler13
It's usually a smorgasbord including turkey, ham and meatballs.
ambler13 (rep: 2) posted Dec 15, 2010
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angelfire
Smoked Turkey!
angelfire (noob) posted Dec 15, 2010
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CinCool
Spiral cut ham!
CinCool (noob) posted Dec 15, 2010
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Kimosabe89
Spiral cut ham or prime rib
Kimosabe89 (rep: -2) posted Dec 15, 2010
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branie
Every year is different. This year we are having ham, turkey, lasagna and all the fixings!!
branie (rep: 43.8k) posted Dec 15, 2010
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themoneyman1113
Prime Rib--RARE THE BEST!!! We are all going to victory1 house!!!! lol :)
themoneyman1113 (rep: 27.6k) posted Dec 15, 2010
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debralu
I'm Italian so it's always rigatoni with meatballs (we don't like bacala), a salad, rolls, antipasto...and lots of desserts.
debralu (rep: 108) posted Dec 15, 2010
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Mteresa26
Tamales
Mteresa26 (rep: 72) posted Dec 15, 2010
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claritytru
Always turkey, but we also have ham.
claritytru (rep: 6) posted Dec 15, 2010
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courtneyssweets
Turkey, Ham, and Prime Rib.
courtneyssweets (rep: 12) posted Dec 15, 2010
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bdiane34
Turkey, Ham, Potatoes, Dressing, Green Bean Casserole, Dinner Rolls, Gravy.
bdiane34 (rep: 3) posted Dec 15, 2010
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Deedle_pie
Since we have a turkey feast on Thanksgiving, I like to make a giant pan of lasagna.
Deedle_pie (rep: 2.45k) posted Dec 16, 2010
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danjag
Christmas Eve dinner used to be just my wife and I. We would have lobster by candle light. Many years ago, we started including our parents. Now we have 2 kids as well. This year, we have invited my wife's brother, who is 31 and not in a relationship, rather that let him spend Christmas Eve alone. Steak is offered as an alternative to lobster. We'll have a champagne (and sparkling grape juice) toast. Being a beer geek, I will find a special Christmas beer to pair with dinner. This year's special dessert will be a homemade eggnog cheesecake (if I can find a recipe). Candles will still be lit.
danjag (rep: 84) posted Dec 16, 2010
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jonfromvt
Ham! Every year a pig must die. Love it. If we have a lot of guests we have a turkey as well.
jonfromvt (rep: 61) posted Dec 16, 2010
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JakeHaydn
Tofurkey! :D
JakeHaydn (rep: 20) posted Dec 16, 2010
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rstanek
We have turkey, twice a year Thanksgiving and Christmas.
rstanek (noob) posted Dec 16, 2010
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jarcade
Vegan lasagna with ricotta and cream cheese that we make from cashews, along with rice lasagna noodles, homemade tomato sauce, mushrooms, carrots, and spinach. It's then topped with a vegan cheese. It's so delicious!
jarcade (rep: 2) posted Dec 16, 2010
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