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    Default What's For Dinner, Christmas Eve 2009?

    We will be having homemade beef stew with homemade rolls and cookies for dessert.




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    Going to MIL house. It will be lasagna, salad, garlic bread, spinach dip, fried tators and several finger foods.

    I changed my mind on what I'm bringing. I'm going to make a taco dip with tortillas. We do weird food combos.

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    Either steak or baked ham - whatever DH feels like cooking. The other we will have for Christmas day.

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    Probably tradition - grilled cheese, tomato soup and cocoa.

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    Quote Originally Posted by frugalfranny View Post
    Probably tradition - grilled cheese, tomato soup and cocoa.
    You can come mooch xmas eve with us.

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    Prime rib, oven-roasted potatoes, a nice green salad, a side of corn (for my nephew), a side of rice (for my mother), a nice Merlot to wash everything down, and a white cake with strawberry filling for dessert.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Palooka View Post
    You can come mooch xmas eve with us.
    Gees - I mooch just a couple meals and you won't let me forget it!

    How about you Fed Ex it??? I am REALLY hungry???

    Trade you some baklava and any other SUGARY thing I have made for some REAL FOOD!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by frugalfranny View Post
    Gees - I mooch just a couple meals and you won't let me forget it!

    How about you Fed Ex it??? I am REALLY hungry???

    Trade you some baklava and any other SUGARY thing I have made for some REAL FOOD!!!
    Sounds like a plan! You might need to warm it back up when the Fed Ex dude brings it to ya.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Palooka View Post
    Sounds like a plan! You might need to warm it back up when the Fed Ex dude brings it to ya.
    I am not sure I was successful in mooching Xmas!!

    That could put me in crisis mode! Won't know until tomorrow due
    to some plans changing!!!

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    MadHen, Your dinner sounds wonderful, Yum!

    Debbie, I'm loving those homemade rolls. I took the easy road this year and bought King Hawaiin rolls!

    We are going to MIL & FIL for Christmas Eve. She always has way too much food. In short there will be ham & roast beef, deviled eggs, cheese platter, shrimp, crab dip.....Just too much, but that's my MIL's tradition more food then anyone can possibly consume in a sitting, or 2 or 3 for that matter.

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    Meatloaf .. and whatever else I can rustle up. LOL
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    pollypurebred39, yours sounds pretty good, too! And even better if you don't have to do all the cooking!!

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    Traditional South Mississippi Christmas food - seafood gumbo with a red velvet cake for after.

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    Homemade chicken and dumplings, garden salad and rolls. Cheesecake for dessert.

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    Leftover pasta again.
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