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Old 07-18-2011, 05:04 AM
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Mistletoe What do you serve for Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Years?

For Thanksgiving, we do a turkey, ham, and all the trimmings. For Christmas Eve, we have a family get together with an assortment of this and that, so on both Christmas Day, and New Years Day, we usually barbeque, have shrimp, clams.....

I want to start my holiday menus, and would like to add some new dishes to my menus, so I would like to try some new recipes.

What do you usually have on your menus?

What new dishes are you planning on having?

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