iflycoach
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Ham Or Turkey?

Thu Dec 21, 2000 2:05 pm

What do you have for Christmas Dinner?

For me and my family it's a Honey Baked Ham  
 
desertjets
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RE: Ham Or Turkey?

Thu Dec 21, 2000 3:04 pm

Well, all of the family, my brother and sister-in-law, mom, dad, my aunt and uncle will be having dinner on Saturday, and no turkey, no ham.

The beauty of living in Arizona is that you can barbeque in the winter. On the menu, cooked by me, are grilled chicken breasts in a lemon and thyme marinade, and grilled shrimp with lemon thyme and olive oil.... found these recipes today.

For Christmas dinner the family is going over to my sister-in-law's mom's place for Prime Rib... mmmmm... It doesn't have to be just turkey and ham.

Cheers and Happy Holidays.
Stop drop and roll will not save you in hell. --- seen on a church marque in rural Virginia
 
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RE: Ham Or Turkey?

Thu Dec 21, 2000 3:14 pm

Honey Baked Ham on Christmas Eve
Prime Rib on Christmas
 
L-188
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RE: Ham Or Turkey?

Thu Dec 21, 2000 5:26 pm

Probably Turkey this year.

I didn't get a chance to go Goose hunting this year so no Canadian Honker on the table this year.

Oh well. Wild Goose is great. No growth hormones or anti-biotics that they shoot domestic animals with. You do have to worry about biting down on shot.

Plucking them can be a chore though.
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RE: Ham Or Turkey?

Thu Dec 21, 2000 10:14 pm

Goose, my grandpa go hunting once a year, and we eat his goose at christmas, always. There hasn't been a year yet where he has not got a goose. But at my other grandparents we have turkey.
 
N312RC
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RE: Ham Or Turkey?

Fri Dec 22, 2000 12:02 am

Christmas Eve consists of a traditional home-cooked Polish feast!
We start out by breaking the Oplatek, a church-like wafer. Every body gets a piece, then everybody goes around and breaks a piece off of everyone elses portion, and eats it.

Red Borscht
Mushroom Soup
Kielbasa (smoked and fresh)
Boiled/baked Pierogis (potato, cheese, saurkraut)
Kapusta
Kluski (with poppy seeds)
Klopsk W Smietanie (meatballs With Sour Cream)
Pickled Herring (hors de ovours)
Polish Cucumbers


Wesolych Swiat


N/A
 
NJTurnpike
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RE: Ham Or Turkey?

Fri Dec 22, 2000 12:16 am

Obvious. Spam wins. Mmm. Delicious pink stuff.

*barf*

Seriously, we're having roast duck on the 25th. Not good for the arteries, but if it's only once a year, why worry?

~NJTurnpike
 
zanadou
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RE: Ham Or Turkey?

Fri Dec 22, 2000 2:47 am

Not good for the Duck either...

--->Zanadou!  
 
iflycoach
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RE: Ham Or Turkey?

Fri Dec 22, 2000 6:02 am

Anyone every tried deep frying there turkey.
It is like supposed to be all the rage like SUVs but I really am not sure, anyone try it?
 
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RE: Ham Or Turkey?

Fri Dec 22, 2000 6:55 am

My family tradition prohibits the consumption of meat on Christmas eve, fish only.
 
Accidentally
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RE: Ham Or Turkey?

Sat Dec 23, 2000 1:20 am

Lamb...
Anyone else?
Indianapolis, IN
 
zrs70
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RE: Ham Or Turkey?

Sat Dec 23, 2000 3:40 am

Latkes and sufganiot!
17 year airliners.net vet! 2000-2016
 
c72
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RE: Ham Or Turkey?

Sat Dec 23, 2000 4:56 am

My mom's family which is Italian always has Ciopinno (sp?) which is a seafood like stew with crab, clams, some shrimp.
 
DG_pilot
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RE: Ham Or Turkey?

Sat Dec 23, 2000 5:19 am

Ham, Gore, or Turkey?
 
BranVan3K
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RE: Ham Or Turkey?

Sat Dec 23, 2000 6:55 am

Salad and a sedative

Just call me the grinch  

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