Last year i did a standing rib roast, homemade scalloped potatoes, butternut squash soup, spinach salad and braised brussels sprouts.
I serve my homemade lasagna- and salad and garlic bread. Also I always make 5 or 6 different kind of Christmas candies.
Ham, mashed potatoes, green bean casserole, assorted veggies, bread, etc.
The traditional stuff I guess?
OH- and lotsssss of cookies lol.
It's our family tradition to have Spaghetti for Christmas, not sure why.
After thanksgiving we are so sick of turkey. I either make French dip or Fried chicken. Then I don't have to cook all day.
We get a honey baked ham. Make scalloped potatoes, candied yams, green bean casserole, corn, bread rolls.... & a few more i cant think right now. Pretty similar to thanksgiving.
At my in laws we usually have a veggie soup and ground beef sandwiches. Doesn't sound too good but the way my MIL makes it, well I dream about her food lol.. she is an amazing cook!! She has only made about three meals that I don't like. At my parents house we have had so many differant foods I can't even remember them all. I love my mom's homemade noodle soup. Oh geez, now I'm getting a snack attack!
Christmas dinner is normally ham or shredded chicken sandwiches, Macaroni salad,cheesy potatoes,baked beans,defiled eggs,meatballs,chips and then Christmas cookies brownies and fudge for desert.
<blockquote><b>Quoting Megan+2:</b>" Christmas dinner is normally ham or shredded chicken sandwiches, Macaroni salad,cheesy potatoes,baked beans,defiled eggs,meatballs,chips and then Christmas cookies brownies and fudge for desert."</blockquote>
Defiled eggs is like the best typo ever
Were Hispanic so we make tamales & alot, so good! But if I don't feel like cooking those we will just get a honey baked ham
my hubby is mexican/flip so we have tamales,beans ,rice , and lumpia