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Old 09-08-2009, 02:29 PM
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Us, too, Snowberry! And at Christmas Eve, we usually have Low Country Boil at my in-laws.
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We are very traditional when it comes to Thanksgiving Dinner. We have always had Turkey for Thanksgiving.
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believe it or not my family have always eaten out at a chinese restaurant on christmas day, it's very festive with lots of crackers, christmas decorations etc..

i won't be doing that this year, we will be going traditional and sticking with turkey.
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We have turkey for Thanksgiving and Christmas Day dinner!!!!
I'm so looking forward to it this year!!
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For both Thanksgiving and Christmas we have Ham and chicken and dressing and dumplings..VERY southern...we never have turkey anymore. Also on Christmas eve we get together and that meal alternates between something like finger foods(shrimp, sandwiches, veggies with dip) or soup or chili. I actually really enjoy that more thean the Christmas day meal.
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Both turkey and ham...and a whole bunch of other things!
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For both Thanksgiving and Christmas we have Ham and chicken and dressing and dumplings..VERY southern...we never have turkey anymore. Also on Christmas eve we get together and that meal alternates between something like finger foods(shrimp, sandwiches, veggies with dip) or soup or chili. I actually really enjoy that more thean the Christmas day meal.
Maybe it's a Tennessee thing? Growing up, we had ham on Christmas Eve, chicken and dressing on Christmas Day for lunch. I'm with you---I like the finger food meals better than the big meals.
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Yes! Turkey is what we love here. Of course our Thanksgiving is in October, so we have more time then you guys in that country south of us.
Over the years we have tried other things, but have decided that we really like the turkey the best.
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It depends on how my mom and I feel when we're at the supermarket. Sometimes we do ham, sometimes we do turkey, sometimes we do cornnish hens. It just depends on the year and our moods.
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