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Favorite Holiday dish - November 29th 2016, 10:01 PM

This is a little late since we just passed Thanksgiving but what are your favorite holiday dishes. If you want to post the recipes feel free to but I am curious about what things you all like. For me it is Candied Yams. I absolutely love them and I plan on making them for my book club in December and also just make them for myself at some point this month.


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Re: Favorite Holiday dish - November 30th 2016, 04:26 AM

Hey Jenna!

Happy Belated Thanksgiving (if that's a thing..) xD I'm Canadian so our Thanksgiving was back on the first week of October. However, for both Thanksgiving and Christmas I LOVE stuffing! I also like the shortbread I make at Christmas time

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Re: Favorite Holiday dish - November 30th 2016, 02:32 PM

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Happy Belated Thanksgiving (if that's a thing..) xD I'm Canadian so our Thanksgiving was back on the first week of October. However, for both Thanksgiving and Christmas I LOVE stuffing! I also like the shortbread I make at Christmas time

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See, for Christmas my dad doesn't cook and we don't do a traditional Christmas dinner. We usually have things like Prime Rib or, last year, we had a filet roast. They do asparagus wrapped in bacon and one other dish but it's usually never the same.

I don't mind that it's not traditional though because then I get to try really good cuts of meat. Until last year I'd never tried Filet mignon.

Actually looking forward to this years dinner cause I think we are having filet roast again.

In regards to Christmas, I really like the asparagus wrapped in bacon and then baked in the oven.


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Re: Favorite Holiday dish - November 30th 2016, 03:09 PM

Mashed potatoes, stuffing, and we make these cheesey potatoes I could live on, mostly hash browns, cream of chicken or cream of mushroom soup, sour cream, cheddar cheese, onion, garlic salt topped with either corn flakes or French fried onions and baked. There might be something else in there.


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Re: Favorite Holiday dish - November 30th 2016, 03:32 PM

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Mashed potatoes, stuffing, and we make these cheesey potatoes I could live on, mostly hash browns, cream of chicken or cream of mushroom soup, sour cream, cheddar cheese, onion, garlic salt topped with either corn flakes or French fried onions and baked. There might be something else in there.
That sounds delicious!


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Re: Favorite Holiday dish - December 1st 2016, 09:26 PM

Mashed potatoes omnomnom.


   
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Re: Favorite Holiday dish - December 2nd 2016, 04:16 AM

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Re: Favorite Holiday dish - December 6th 2016, 10:34 PM

I usually make a tray/platter of meats, cheese, veggies, crackers, cookies, or anything that is nibble worthy. It's a healthy snack that can be put out throughout the day while the main dish is cooked and ready.


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Re: Favorite Holiday dish - December 7th 2016, 05:08 AM

Thanksgiving was in October for me so this is a lot late. jk.
My favourite holiday foods:
-Butter tarts or Yule Log or snickerdoodles.
-Gevulde Speculaas
-Potato and cheese croquettes.
-Mashed potatoes and veggies. We make stamppot and plain because some of my cousins don't like stamppot.
-Ragoût de boulettes. We make our own to make it vegetarian and it's real good.
-Salads. Give me alllllll the salads. We usually do a pomegranate spinach salad, an endive salad with pomegranate (sense a pattern? My siblings love them some pomegranates), and either a warm cranberry salad or a warm Brussels sprout salad depending on who's coming.
   
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Re: Favorite Holiday dish - December 15th 2016, 02:54 AM

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Thanksgiving was in October for me so this is a lot late. jk.
My favourite holiday foods:
-Butter tarts or Yule Log or snickerdoodles.
-Gevulde Speculaas
-Potato and cheese croquettes.
-Mashed potatoes and veggies. We make stamppot and plain because some of my cousins don't like stamppot.
-Ragoût de boulettes. We make our own to make it vegetarian and it's real good.
-Salads. Give me alllllll the salads. We usually do a pomegranate spinach salad, an endive salad with pomegranate (sense a pattern? My siblings love them some pomegranates), and either a warm cranberry salad or a warm Brussels sprout salad depending on who's coming.
I had to look some of these things up and some of them sound good. Stamppot sounds delicious.


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Re: Favorite Holiday dish - December 15th 2016, 05:15 AM

One of my sisters and I both really like yams, not candied or anything as the ones we get are already naturally sweet. (I guess they're sweet potatoes then?) and we call the two curly ends of the yam "tails" so we are always joking about who gets to have the "yam tails" it's hilarious

My family doesnt really do specific holiday meals. But the baked potatoes is kinda holiday-ish for us. The way we prepare it is differet on holidays than other days I guess on regular days we just boil the potatoes. But on holidays we cut them into smaller pieces and bake them in the oven. Then they come out really crispy and we add dressings to it.

Some years ago, we used to experiment with different desserts with fruits and nuts.

My relatives have special holiday food but we dont get invited anymore, plus they have a lot of meat dishes and my family doesn't eat meat or chicken.
   
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Re: Favorite Holiday dish - December 15th 2016, 05:15 PM

Thanksgiving dishes:
- Sweet potato casserole.
- Carrot casserole.
- Stuffing (but who doesn't love stuffing?! )

Those three, together, make for amazing leftover meals! Another one of my favorite Thanksgiving leftover meals are stuffing, turkey, cranberry on white bread.

Christmas dishes:
- Roast beef with twice baked potato.

We have loads of appetizers on Christmas morning that we munch on in between opening presents. My favorite is those little hot dog things in a sweet sauce. Yummy!
   
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Re: Favorite Holiday dish - December 25th 2016, 12:21 AM

Yeah basically anything with potatoes I'm okay with, not a wild fan of stuffing. But I love me some root veggies with rosemary and thyme. <3.
   
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Re: Favorite Holiday dish - December 26th 2016, 07:56 AM

Potato bake and Christmas pudding are the ones I look forward to every year.



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