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Whoever is hosting Christmas dinner will provide the turkey and ham.
Then everyone else will bring the sides.

My stepmom will cook a turkey and a huge ham. She will also make dressing. Cornbread dressing!! We will have cranberry sauce with that.

My sisters and sister in law will bring casseroles like potato casserole, corn casserole, and broccoli and cheese casserole.

I will bring the same.

Then, we all bring different desserts. Pumpkin pie, pecan pie, and whatever else.

We usually have colas and sweet tea/unsweet tea to drink.
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Couldn't get any more traditional in our house:-
Breakfast (after present opening!) Bacon sandwiches- the only cooking my Husband does over the Holidays!!
Soup or prawn platter to start,Turkey, Roast potatoes, mash, stuffing balls, bacon wrapped sausages, roast parsnips & carrots, lots of veg & real gravy. We usually have sherry triffel for dessert made by my friend who comes every year.
Turkey sandwiches & salad later on & lots of wine throughout the day!!!!!- making me hungry thinking about it!
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Couldn't get any more traditional in our house:-
Breakfast (after present opening!) Bacon sandwiches- the only cooking my Husband does over the Holidays!!
Soup or prawn platter to start,Turkey, Roast potatoes, mash, stuffing balls, bacon wrapped sausages, roast parsnips & carrots, lots of veg & real gravy. We usually have sherry triffel for dessert made by my friend who comes every year.
Turkey sandwiches & salad later on & lots of wine throughout the day!!!!!- making me hungry thinking about it!
mrsED you from the uk by any chance as that menu looks very british,mines very similar.
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Breakfast is usually sausage and eggs or cinnamon rolls. This year I'm going to try my hand at a "Breakfast Bundt".

Dinner is as follows, give or take a few:
Ham or Turkey, depends on what kind of deal I find
Mashed Potatoes
Gravy
Stove Top Stuffing
Sweet Potatoes w/Marshmallows
Bean Salad
Baby Carrots
Green Bean Casserole
Rolls

Pies, cakes, cookies etc...

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Im from Lancashire, did your wife find your stash of Decorations yet lol!
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ummm reading all this is making me very hungry!

Breakfast is usually a chocolate selection box in my house haha although last year we had smoked salmon with scrambled eggs yummm oh and Bucks fizz!

Dinner is the traditional Turkey, Roast potatoes, Roast parsnips, stuffing, pigs in Blankets, veg and then Christmas pudding with cream for pudding!

Lots of chocolates in between and maybe a Turkey sandwich with piccalili if I can fit it in!
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For breakfast I think Im going to try a French Toast Casserole this year. We usually have cinnamon rolls... lunch is something light since we eat dinner early.

Dinner is:

Sprial Ham
Homemade stuffing
Mashed potatoes
I may try to make homemade mac and cheese this year
Greenbean casserole
Corn
Peas
Brown and serve rolls
Christmas cookies and some sort of pie for dessert!

I forgot that my Mom usually makes cucumber salad too!
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Ham, beans, potato salad, deviled eggs, plenty of desserts. Sometimes, since I don't eat potato salad or anything like that, my mom will fix me something else. I really do wish we could have something different for Christmas dinner, but alas, it's kinda a tradition to have that stuff. Oh well. At least I can enjoy Thanksgiving for the food.
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Hi jayden28,
Im from Lancashire, did your wife find your stash of Decorations yet lol!
lol,no not yet and i dont think she will,i took her to homebase today to get more decorations i told her we ain't got enough
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Homemade manicotti and sauce and pasta and bruchole...so good
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