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Re: Christmas Dinner [Re: Jim_Conrad] #16689264 12/05/21
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Originally Posted by Jim_Conrad
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Probably a brisket. Because #America.


Fugging rib roast would be half the money right now.


And better.


I already have the brisket and smoked texas style brisket is better than any rib roast....ever.

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Christmas Eve is usually seafood

Christmas Day is always similar to our Thanksgiving Day meal but with a few less sides and a ham or goose rather than turkey. Usually a ham for Christmas and a goose for NYD.

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we're not very creative

We always have thanksgiving somewhere else so we have the traditional thanksgiving dinner - Turkey and Spiral ham


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Re: Christmas Dinner [Re: Remsen] #16689311 12/05/21
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Originally Posted by Remsen
At the risk of repeating myself many times over...

Because my mom was born and raised in (what used to be) Czechoslovakia and her family had been living in what used to be Germany for a few generations before that, we eat what used to be traditional there, even for Jews. Roast duck, red cabbage and potato dumplings are our Xmas eve dinner. Sorta weird since we don't do anything else Christmasy, but it became a tradition, I can cook a damn good duck/dumpling dinner and it's delicious.

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I feel like doing something different this.


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Re: Christmas Dinner [Re: Valsdad] #16689319 12/05/21
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I don't know. Was trying to get my girls to commit. We've got elk, deer, ducks, a few geese, a turkey and a ham. Something out of that will get cooked. Probably have roasted blue cheese tomatoes, oyster casserole, green beans, rutabaga puree, and some others.

Christmas eve is always Swedish meatballs, spinach balls with spicy dipping Mustard, oysters and Christmas cookies.

Rutabaga puree? As in mashed like taters?

I sure like them, the wife not so much. A Thanksgiving and Christmas dinner staple at our house growing up. I have to make a small pot for myself every year, or life is just not "right".


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Originally Posted by TimberRunner
I don't know. Was trying to get my girls to commit. We've got elk, deer, ducks, a few geese, a turkey and a ham. Something out of that will get cooked. Probably have roasted blue cheese tomatoes, oyster casserole, green beans, rutabaga puree, and some others.

Christmas eve is always Swedish meatballs, spinach balls with spicy dipping Mustard, oysters and Christmas cookies.

Tell me about the roasted blue cheese tomatoes, sounds awesome.

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Originally Posted by Jackson_Handy
Originally Posted by Jim_Conrad
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Probably a brisket. Because #America.


Fugging rib roast would be half the money right now.


And better.


I already have the brisket and smoked texas style brisket is better than any rib roast....ever.


Not even close.

Re: Christmas Dinner [Re: tzone] #16689778 12/05/21
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Local store had some roasts that were essentially unsliced New York Strips. Bought a couple to try and make like a rib roast.


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Son Jacob had covid over Thanksgiving, we plan on the turkey we got nearly free.


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Son Jacob had covid over Thanksgiving, we plan on the turkey we got nearly free.


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Re: Christmas Dinner [Re: tzone] #16689932 12/05/21
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Spiral ham sucks

Christmas Eve gonna be kielbasa and pierogi

Christmas day gonna be lamb chops, baked potatos, asparagus, key lime pie and plenty of beer


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Re: Christmas Dinner [Re: Remsen] #16690208 12/05/21
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Originally Posted by Remsen
At the risk of repeating myself many times over...

Because my mom was born and raised in (what used to be) Czechoslovakia and her family had been living in what used to be Germany for a few generations before that, we eat what used to be traditional there, even for Jews. Roast duck, red cabbage and potato dumplings are our Xmas eve dinner. Sorta weird since we don't do anything else Christmasy, but it became a tradition, I can cook a damn good duck/dumpling dinner and it's delicious.

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That sounds delicious. I may have to give it go.

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Originally Posted by USMC2602
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I don't know. Was trying to get my girls to commit. We've got elk, deer, ducks, a few geese, a turkey and a ham. Something out of that will get cooked. Probably have roasted blue cheese tomatoes, oyster casserole, green beans, rutabaga puree, and some others.

Christmas eve is always Swedish meatballs, spinach balls with spicy dipping Mustard, oysters and Christmas cookies.

Tell me about the roasted blue cheese tomatoes, sounds awesome.


Romas cut in half and seeds/membranes removed forming boats. Marinade in olive oil, garlic, rosemary, salt, pepper, whatever else. Roast on a sheet pan at 375 for about an hour. Top with crumbled Blu or Roquefort and put back in oven real quick. They are good warmed up as leftovers too.

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Roasted brussels sprouts ???

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Re: Christmas Dinner [Re: Jackson_Handy] #16690403 12/05/21
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Originally Posted by Jackson_Handy
Originally Posted by Jim_Conrad
Originally Posted by Jackson_Handy
Probably a brisket. Because #America.


Fugging rib roast would be half the money right now.


And better.


I already have the brisket and smoked texas style brisket is better than any rib roast....ever.


Uhhhh….



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Re: Christmas Dinner [Re: tzone] #16690421 12/05/21
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i'm doing dinner this year. well, a family effort i guess. i am making jaegerschnitzel and spatzle. not sure what else. probably roasted brussels sprouts, maybe mashed taters or squash or something. maybe something with cranberry sauce. see if i can find a good spatlese or auslese to go with.


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When I was kid, it was goose with oyster stuffing. Later on it became prime rib.


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I’ll brine and smoke a turkey. Mom and my aunt will makes pies and candy. Mom will probably make a ham and half a dozen sides plus homemade bread of some sort.

Christmas Eve we’ll probably either fry fish or make a monster batch of fajitas on the diskada.

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