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Old 09-16-2011, 11:52 AM
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So our family is not the only one who has burn & serves, huh???

Thanksgiving with my in-laws we go out to eat for lunch at a breakfast/brunch buffet a lot of times. For my family (which I think I get to host this year ) we have turkey (which my Dad makes) mashed potatoes, sweet potato souffle, burn 'n serves, pumpkin pie & whatever everybody brings.


Christas Eve at my parents is Smokehouse Spaghetti, Bruschetta, garlic bread (texas toast), corn from the garden, salad, desserts & whatever everybody brings....all of which we don't really even need to eat b/c of all the muchies!! Shrimp cocktail, cheese log, Christmas cookies & candy... and much, much more!

Christmas Day at the in-laws is turkey, ham, &/or roast beef, mashed potatoes, corn, deviled eggs, 7 layer salad, cheeseball, and I can't think if she has a dessert normally, other than store bought Christmas candy??

NYE - we normally go out to eat.

NYD - party at our house! for years & years was sausage & kraut but we added a prime rib! Not sure if we will do that again, or ??? I make mashed potatoes & some other sides. Everybody brings a dish.

OHHHH, I love the Holidays!!!
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