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Unsual foods you eat on Christmas Day

Discussion in 'Chit Chat' started by reecedouglas1, Dec 15, 2019.



  1. reecedouglas1

    reecedouglas1 Christmas Fan Merry Forums Member

    Or non traditional foods

    I instead of Christmas pudding will be eating a tiramisu
     
  2. Mr. Hankey

    Mr. Hankey Sugar Cookie Tester MMC Premiere Member

    This year my vegetarian sister (her husband is vegan) will be hosting Christmas day at her house so she'll likely be making a vegan supper. Can't hardly wait. :(:eek:
     
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  3. KimB

    KimB Merry Forums Elf, 2nd Class Merry Forums Member

    I usually cook a beef tenderloin roast but I've had grilled grouper and scallops and, sometimes, I just eat what I crave.....could be anything.
     
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  4. Dudley

    Dudley Santa's Sleigh Designer Merry Forums Member MMC Premiere Member

    I guess the only "unusual" food would be kolackys. A Polish/European flour-butter-cream cheese pastry filled with jam.
     
  5. lisa48317

    lisa48317 Christmas Fan Merry Forums Member

    I want to come visit you!

    My family (Mom, siblings, etc) all go to Zehnders in Frankenmuth (Michigan) every year for their "famous" family style chicken dinners.
    Hubby & I spend every other Christmas in Arkansas with his family. We have turkey, since his mom won't eat any pork products, aka ham.

    I guess we don't really do anything unusual.
     
  6. Marshmallow05

    Marshmallow05 Hot chocolate expert Merry Forums Member MMC Premiere Member

    Here in the Netherlands we eat stewed pears (stoofpeertjes) as a side dish. I guess that’s considered unusual.

    It’s made from a special type of pears cooked with sugar, red wine, cinnamon and cloves. When they’re stewed long enough they turn red, soft and sweet.. very yummy!
     
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  7. shrcpark

    shrcpark Reindeer Feeder Technician Merry Forums Member MMC Premiere Member

    Chinese food!
     
  8. JoseChung

    JoseChung Eggnog Chugger Merry Forums Member MMC Premiere Member

    Christmas ever is when the crazy food comes out. We have a eastern european feast which has a lot of food I'll only eat once a year! o_O
     

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