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Old 08-27-2007, 09:41 AM
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We have turkey and ham, depending on where we are. We have dinner both days at different places.
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We only have turkey on Thanksgiving too - that's enough for me - I'm not a big turkey fan, but I do like it for Thanksgiving. For Christmas Eve we have Smokehouse Spaghetti at my parents house!! YUMMY! For Christmas Day we normally have ham at my in laws - now that I'm thinking about it - she might have turkey too once in awhile - but I can't remember for sure??? I eat the ham. Now I am hungry!!!
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Originally Posted by Billy Battles View Post
Turkey on Christmas Day. Turkey is not just for Thanksgiving I can eat turkey any day of the year.

I don't know if i could handel it a month apart! we have it for about a week after turkey day! LOL

I do like turkey and bake a couple of them a year.
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We have Christmas Lunch, it's a whole load of Meats both hot and Cold, Seafood, Salads, Veggies everything! (I want tacos this year too) and after the first meal we have a sort of midday dessert, with a load of pudding, cake, pavalova, Ice-creams, it's delicious, one of my fave parts of the season!
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HOLIDAY: what is smoke house spaghetti? it sounds delicious!

i have turkey, stuffing and all the trimmings on boxing day at the carvery with all my mum and all her side of the family, christmas day is spent with my dad and his side of the family at a chinese restaurant!
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HOLIDAY: what is smoke house spaghetti? it sounds delicious!
SMOKEHOUSE SPAGHETTI

½ LB. SPAGHETTI NOODLES (COOKED & DRAINED)
1 LB. BACON (FRIED & CRUMBLED)
2 ONIONS, CHOPPED
3 LB. HAMBURGER-BROWNED
3 – 8 OZ. CANS TOMATO SAUCE
1 PINT SPAGHETTI SAUCE (we use more - to taste - usually at least a quart)
½ TSP. OREGANO
½ TSP. GARLIC SALT
3 – 4 OZ. CANS MUSHROOMS W/ JUICE
½ LB. MOZZARELLA CHEESE - GRATED
½ LB. CHEDDAR CHEESE – GRATED
FRY TOGETHER BACON, HAMBURGER, & ONIONS. STIR IN TOMATO & SPAGHETTI SAUCE. ADD SALT & PEPPER TO TASTE. ADD OREGANO, GARLIC SALT, & MUSHROOMS. POUR ½ OF MIXTURE INTO GREASED BAKING DISH (we use a roasting pan) TOP WITH ½ OF CHEESE, AddThe Rest Of The Mixture & Top With the rest of the cheese . Bake at 375º for 25-35 min. Uncovered.
* We normally cut back on the Hamburger, double the recipe & it feeds over 30 people
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Turkey - turkey - turkey!

I usually get it three times a year. For Thanksgiving, Christmas and Christmas in July. I try for Easter, but everyone else always wants ham. I'm not fond of ham so I'll take a bit and enjoy the vegy dishes instead.

Thanksgiving and Christmas has always been turkey. On Boxing Day or for New Year's we usually have ham.

My cousin used to visit here from London and she and her husband had to "make the rounds" and she wound up with four turkey dinners in three days.
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We used to have roast beef and Yorkshire pudding on Christmas Day. Now we just have a simple buffet of finger foods: lil smokies, raw veggies and dip, etc.
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